Hilary Goldschlager: grew up in Hillsborough, and after a successful career as a multi-sport collegiate athlete, returned to the Bay Area and had her first coaching gig at Ladera Oaks in Portola Valley. There, she led the summer league team to their 1st undefeated season & their first, 1st place at League Champs ever.
In the years that followed, Hilary has coached swimming & water polo for teams all over, including the Alameda Islanders, BAC, Skip Kenney’s Nike Camps, Golden State Aquatics, PGCC, Aquatics Director for the JCC before landing at PASA Rinconada, where she has coached 8U’s for 9.5 years. She also founded Elite Aquatics, Inc., an educational consulting service for college bound student athletes, specializing in swimming & water polo.
When not on the pool deck, Hilary stays busy with her other profession — Emergency Medical Response. As a Paramedic, Hilary is heavily involved in developing & teaching Aquatic Safety & Rescue protocols, teaching Search & Rescue techniques, and instructing CPR, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Basic Life Support, First Aid & Wilderness Medicine. To date, she has had thirteen personal saves in the field. Hilary is also a three‐time alumnus of Outward Bound & NOLS courses in Death Valley, Joshua Tree, Eastern High Sierras, and Baja Sea Kayaking. She has instructed numerous courses and programs in outdoor sports: climbing, rappelling, water-skiing, wakeboarding, and teaches boating safety through the US Coast Guard Power Squadrons. She currently ranks in the Top 10 Female shooters worldwide.
Always a lover of all things aquatics, Hilary is excited to make Greenmeadow’s summer league team experience totally epic & unforgettable!
Tisha Steimle has been coaching in Palo Alto since 1988 at Palo Alto Swim Club/PASA. She has been involved in swimming for over 50 years and began in a Summer League program that her dad started in San Jose. Tisha is so excited to return to her roots and be a part of Greenmeadow this year. She looks forward to meeting a lot of new swimmers, teaching them what she knows about swimming and being a part of the Greenmeadow tradition. Go Marlins!