Coaches & Directors
Coaching Staff

Shaynah Jerrell

Head Coach/CEO, Lead Coach PS1 & White


Shaynah began swimming at the age of 12 and continued to participate in swimming in college and at the masters level. She has been coaching at ATOM since 2005 and was named Head Senior Coach in 2012 after working as the Head Age Group Coach for 7 years. She joined ATOM after being the Assistant Senior Swim Coach at the Chapel Hill YMCA Swim Club and the Head Coach for Radbourne and Wynfield Swim Teams in Charlotte, NC. She has coached numerous National qualifiers, Nationally ranked swimmers, state champions, Y National qualifiers, top 5 finishers in the state, and members of the NC Select Camp & North Carolina Zone team. She was a coach at the North Carolina Swimming Select Camp for 4 years and a member of the coaching staff for the North Carolina Zone Team for 4 years. Shaynah has also had the opportunity to speak at coaching clinics, and encourage young female coaches to become involved in the sport. She holds a Masters of Arts in teaching from UNC-Chapel Hill, and taught Social Studies at Ashbrook High School for six years.  Shaynah and her husband have two young children, Aiden and Layla, who are full of energy and already love the water as much as their mommy.

Jeremy Augustus Gregory

Head Senior Coach, Lead Coach SR 1


Jeremy comes to ATOM with a wealth of experience and knowledge of the sport.  His experience allows him to reach across all levels of the sport to help guide athletes to a have a great experience in the sport he loves so much.  Jeremy was fortunate enough to be accredited as a high level athlete, obtaining a scholarship to Auburn University and competing for a NCAA Division I National title.  In 2004 he was appointed on the USA Open Water World Championship Team where he competed in the 5k race.  Jeremy placed 19th in the world that summer.  He has been teaching swim lessons since he was in high school, and volunteering for local club teams in the area.  Jeremy is looking forward to working with the ATOM family.  ‘’What I look forward to most is helping the children of today, become the leaders of tomorrow; both in and out of the pool’’

Stephanie M Toth

Head Age Group Coach, Lead Blue 1&2


Stephanie has over 17 years of coaching experience and is familiar with North Carolina Swimming having coached at High Point Swim Club, Swim MAC and most recently at NCAC in Chapel Hill.  She has coached swimmers at all levels of the sport including numerous state, sectional and zone champions as well as record holders at each of those levels.  She has also coached swimmers to the Junior National level and several USA top 10 swimmers.  Coach Stephanie also adds a wealth of experience with developing curriculum for swimmers to help them smoothly transition from one group to the next, as well as an attention to detail and strong technical foundation. 

Jack Eichenlaub

Lead Coach - Black and Senior 2


Jack was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pa where he started swimming competitively at age 13. He completed a 4 year career at Division II Bloomsburg University and served as team captain his senior season. Jack has passionately been coaching for the last 8 years and has experience at the club, summer league, and collegiate levels. His coaching career began at Sunny Willow Swim Club (Willow Grove, Pa) where he served as the Head Summer League Coach from 2011-2014. After graduating from BU in 2014 with a B.S. in Communications, Jack went on to attend graduate school at Nova Southeastern University (Fort Lauderdale, FL) where he served as the Graduate Assistant Swim Coach from 2014-2016. In the Summer of 2016 he was named Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator for the men’s and women’s swim team at Miami University in Oxford, OH. After one season with Miami, Jack decided to move back to Florida so he could complete his master’s degree in College Student Affairs. Most Recently Jack has been volunteering as an Assistant Coach with the Florida Gulf Coast University’s women’s team, and serving as the Head Site Coach for the Gulf Coast Swim Team  in Bonita Springs, FL.  Jack's experience working with swimmers of all ages and ablitites make him a perfect fit for our Black and Senior 2 groups.  He is looking forward to bringing his excitment and knowledge of swimming to ATOM to help continue to grow and develop the program.

Meaghan P Holloway

Lead Coach - Pre Senior 2


Meaghan grew up in Yorktown, VA where she started swimming at the age of 10 years old.  Through her swimming she achieved state titles and performed on the Jr and Sr National level. She received a scholarship to swim at Virginia Tech where she was captain for her final 2 years. After graduation she pursued her Master’s degree at a neighboring college, Radford University. She assistant coached for their D1 Women’s program until the program was cut from the school. Throughout her career she has coached summer league, assisted with club and college coaching, and has coached the masters level.  Meaghan moved to Charlotte in June of this year for a job with Carolina’s Healthcare System and wanted to stay involved in the swimming/coaching world. “I love using my career and knowledge of what I have learned from the sport to help others achieve their goals. Swimming has been a part of my life more than it has not and I’m not ready to separate from it now.”

Erica Kappert

Lead Coach - Purple Group


Erica joins ATOM as our instructor for our ATOMites swim school.  She has a wealth of swimming experience and competed at the collegiate level at Radford University.  Erica enjoys teaching young swimmers the basic foundations of the sport in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. 

Alex Swanson

Pre Team Lead Coach


Alex began swimming competitively when she was six years old for her club team, Napa Valley Swim Team, where she remained a strong member of the program for 16 years. She left for college after high school and swam for the University of Hawai’i at Manoa, a Division One program on an athletic scholarship. While at UH her team excitedly won three MPSF Conference Titles. Throughout her years of swimming she developed a passion for coaching and began teaching swim lessons through her club and the Parks and Recreation team. After just one year of coaching for the Parks and Rec Alex was promoted to the head coach of the summer league team coaching ages from 6-16 years old in one group. Over the years in college Alex also was teaching swim lessons for Iolani Swim Team in Honolulu, Hawaii. After graduating she moved to Charlotte to become a 1st grade teacher and realized something was missing, and that was her involvement with swimming. Her wealth of knowledge and passion of the sport drove her to find ATOM and she could not be more excited.