GIRLS COACHES:Demond "dj" Hairston-
coaching since 1999. has experience as a NAIA coach at Wilberforce University and as a Recruiter for Cincinnati State Community College. Has 5 years as a High School Varsity Coach and 2 as a Junior Varsity Coach. Has 12 years as Elite Travel Team coach with Ohio and Tennessee Glory Programs. Founder and Director of Tennessee Glory, And Girl Powher Basketball.
Marques "Gibby" Gibson-
Started coaching as Camp Counselor/Ref with D-One (now Five Star) in 1997, Has worked and participated in numerous collegiate basketball camps (Illinois, Tennssee Tech, Fila All- American). Has worked as an Elite AAU Coach for the last five years, While also being an assistant coach at Cane Ridge High School. Currently serves as the Asst Program Director TN Glory
Graduated TSU w/ BS (History/Mass Comm) Fall 2012
Director of Operations has served with organization for 3 years. Devoted to improving the skill of basketball in elite girls basketball. A local Nashvillian who attended both high school and college in Nashville. Additional profession in healthcare leadership with Master of Science in Healthcare Administration. A family consistingoif husband and two children. One child performed as a player for Tn Glory and later accepted scholarship to play on the collegiate level.
Michael Tarik Pratt is a certified special education teacher and athletic trainer. He received his B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and M.A Ed. from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. .Coach Pratt is a Master in the area of strength and conditioning and has been instrumental in the development of the Glory Program athletes. He has multiple years as a varsity assistant at Glencliff highs school and has also serves as a junior high boys coach.
P. Danielle (Nellis) Insignares is a Nashville native with a passion for working with youth. Though she is a practicing attorney, she absolutely loves serving as Head Freshman Girls Coach at Hume-Fogg and assists with the Varsity team also. Danielle graduated from Spelman College in 2005, where she received numerous athletic and academic awards. She continued her education at Boston University Law School, where she and classmates dominated the intramural basketball tournaments. Along with coaching and practicing law, Danielle serves on the 2014 NCAA Women's Final Four Legacy Committee, teaches Sunday School, and is a member of the Nashville Emerging Leaders 2013 class. This is Danielle's second year with the Glory Family!