Coach Kam - Head Coach

Bio Greg found his love of swimming as a young boy swimming with his father in the open waters off the coast of Greece. Today Greg defines these memories as pure joy and the basis for his future swimming and coaching philosophy. 

Greg started swimming competitively in high school - finaling at the state championship meet his senior year. He later went on to play baseball at Brigham Young University – Hawaii and qualified for Nationals in the USS masters swim program.  

Greg holds a bachelor's degree from The University of Houston.

Career Experience

  • Boy Scouts of America 
  • EMT 
  • HBSC Bank – Sales/Assistant Vice President- Retention and Consumer Lending
  • FINS – Development Coach/Head Coach 2012-2017
  • Trinity Lutheran Private School – Head Coach 
  • Spring Creek Forest Sharks – Head Coach 
  • Wimbledon Killer Whales – Head Coach 

Favorite Events Until we hear otherwise, the webmaster says it is the 1650 free. :)

Favorite Swim Meet Snack All of them.

Best Memory from My Age Group Swimming Days Swimming with his dad in the ocean. 

Coaching Quote "I strongly believe in the mind-body connection in swimming. If you prepare them physically in a positive, fun environment and get them to believe they can do it, the swimmer can go beyond their usual abilities to achieve amazing things." 


Coach Oscar - Head Age Group Coach

Bio Oscar Munoz is a native Texan with a love for sports. At a young age, he played many sports, including football, baseball, and soccer. In middle school, however, he was drawn to the water, earning a summer league title of “Fastest Learner.” for the Memorial Northwest Marlins. Oscar swam for Klein Oak High School – representing the team at Regionals in the 100 free and 100 fly in his junior and senior years.  

Oscar holds a bachelor’s degree in business and finance from Sam Houston State University and is currently a science teacher in Spring ISD.


Coaching Experience

  • Memorial Northwest Marlins Coach 2013-2014
  • Team FINS Developmental Coach/10&U Head Coach 2013-2017
  • Windrose Stingrays Co-Head Coach 2017
  • Wimbledon Killer Whales Head Coach 2018-2019
  • Swim Ohana Head Age Group Coach 2017-2021, 2023-present

Favorite Events 50 Free, 100 free, 100 fly, 200 IM​

Favorite Swim Meet Snack Strawberry & banana smoothies, pretzels, and cantaloupe 

Best Memory from My Age Group Swimming Days Hanging out with some of my best friends, Patrick and Drew, playing Pokemon and cracking jokes between events! 

Coaching Goal “My main goal as a coach is to create an environment where swimmers can easily learn and have fun doing so.”

Coach Nathan 

Bio Nathan started swimming competitively as a young kid growing up in Maine. He continued his swim career after moving to Texas and immediately let that guide him into a career in coaching. Nathan currently swims as a master’s swimmer when he is not enjoying life as a swim father.

Coaching Experience

  • Wimbledon Whales – Assistant Coach 2023-Present                    

Favorite Events 200 and 400 IM

Favorite Swim Meet Snack fruit snacks and trail mix

Best Memory from My Age Group Swimming Days I remember my relay team won the New England Regional Championship Meet several years in a row, and I was consistently a top-five swimmer in New England from 1988-1996. 

Coaching Quote “Butterfly builds champions.” 


Coach Jillian

Bio Jillian is a native Houstonian with a life-long passion for swimming. She swam for summer league, club, and high school teams all within the Greater Ohana Area. After graduating from high school, Jillian began teaching youth and adult swim lessons – becoming the head instructor at The University of Houston’s Aquatic Center. 

Jillian is a junior at The University of Houston.

Coaching Experience

  • Cutten Green Currents – Head Coach 2022-2023
  • Swim Ohana – Assistant Coach 2023-Present


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