CBAC Staff

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Coaching Staff

Caleb Evan Miller

Head Coach



Caleb has brought excellence to his swimmers and to the programs with which he has been associated.  Beginning in Lynchburg, Virginia at the Rainbow Forest Swim Team Caleb helped turn a lightweight summer league program into LAL city champions twice.  Caleb then moved to Richmond, Virginia to attend Virginia Commonwealth University.  While there Caleb quickly turned a small recreational YMCA team into a year round competitive program, consistently placing swimmers in the top 10 in the State of Virginia and qualifying many swimmers for YMCA nationals.  Caleb was also selected to serve as a coach for Virginia Swimming at the 2010 Long Course Eastern Zones meet.  Caleb moved to Grand Cayman in 2012 to start a feeder program for the Camana Bay Aquatic Club, but quickly moved from this position to head coach in 2015.  During his time as head coach Caleb has consistently produced some of the Caribbean's top swimmers, having numerous medalists at CARIFTACISC, and Island Games as well as qualifying swimmers for Canadian Junior Championships, and USA Swimming Sectionals.  Caleb also serves as one of the Cayman Island's national coaches at international competition.

Caleb is originally from Lynchburg, Virginia and grew up swimming for the Lynchburg YMCA swim team, culminating in him attending YMCA nationals as a senior.  In his free time, Miller likes to dive, surf, and travel with his wife, Bethany, son, Evan and their dog, Chloe.

"Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen." Hebrews 11:1

Alissa Moberg

Asst Swim Coach | Head Synchro Coach


Coach Alissa moved to Cayman in 2016 and was the founder of the first competitive synchronized swimming team in the Cayman Islands. Caymanite Synchro is now a part of the Camana Bay Aquatic Club with over 30 swimmers and boasting international competition experience in it's first season. 

Coach Alissa is also the Assistant Swimming Coach and predominantly works with the Age Group Development and Age Group swimmers. With over 12 years of coaching experience in both the United States and Jamaica, she brings a love for aquatic sports competition to the team.

Alissa began swimming competitively in her hometown of Foreset Lake, Minnesota (United States) and after being recruited to help develop the Jamaican National Synchro Program in 2012, she is now back in the Caribbean and loving Cayman. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time snorkeling, free-diving and exploring the island with her husband, AJ.