Silver Lake Staff

Mark Peterson

markp@columbiaathletic.com

Mark began his career in the Athletic Club industry over 20 years ago, joining Columbia Athletic Clubs in 1998. During his Athletic Club career he as worked in many different capacities from a front desk attendant to his current position as General Manager. During his tenure with CAC he has worked at some capacity in each of the 4 different locations. He began managing the Silver Lake Location in 2010 after spending the previous 5 years as the GM of the Juanita location. He is a graduate of Washington State University with a BA in Business Administration and a minor in Sports Management.

Kendall Havens

Operations Director

kendallh@columbiaathletic.com

Kendall has been a member of Columbia Athletic Clubs since the age of three, officially joining the CAC staff in 2014. She spent several years getting to know the members and the facility while working as a Front Desk Attendant before shifting into Operations. While working at CAC, Kendall earned her BA in Sociology with a minor in Psychology online through Washington State University.

Bobby Sorensen

Fitness Director/Run Coach

bobbys@columbiaathletic.com

Bobby graduated from the University of Washington and holds a NESTA-CPT certification. He is an avid runner, has coached both middle school and high school cross country and track programs, and loves endurance sports. Bobby specializes in cardio-strength training, helping his clients “dig deeper.” He came to CAC in 2010. In his spare time, he enjoys running, basketball, swimming, and cycling.

Patrick Stark

Membership Director

patricks@columbiaathletic.com

Patrick has been working in the fitness industry for a majority of the years he has been out of the Army. With experience in both personal training and operations management, he strives to help others achieve their fitness goals in any way he can. Patrick left the Army in 2016, and now enjoys spending free time playing basketball at CAC, and spending time with his daughter.

Mark Bergman

Tennis Director

markb@columbiaathletic.com

Mark has been the Tennis Director and an Elite USPTA Tennis Professional at Silver Lake for over 20 years. Besides running the Tennis Department, Mark enjoys teaching and developing tennis players of all ages and skill levels. Mark is also owner of Racquet Rehab, the Tennis pro shop located within the club and can help you with your equipment needs. Mark has been active in the PNW Tennis scene serving on various boards over the years. A graduate of Washington State University, he has degrees in Communication-Broadcasting and Recreation/Leisure-Sport Management. Mark also enjoys competing in the PNW Senior Open tournaments when time allows. Outside of work, the whole family enjoys playing tennis, wife Angelica and kids Ben, Hannah and Ashton.

Drew Whorley

Aquatics Director

drew@columbiaathletic.com

Drew Whorley earned his B.A. in Commercial Recreation at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, where he swam competitively for four years and also coached for two seasons. Since moving to the Northwest in 1998 he has served as the Head Coach for the Jackson High School swim team. Drew has been with the company since 2002 and brings over 25 years of experience in Aquatics to Columbia. In lieu of what used to be “free time” he now has three beautiful daughters.

Natalia Stallings

Programs Director

natalias@columbiaathletic.com

Natalia recently moved back to the PNW after spending a few years in South Carolina with her Husband and two children. She has been working in different program positions for half her life. Natalia not only thrives on seeing the joy in a child’s eye when they find an activity that they absolutely love, she also loves to provide that same joy in adults.

Outside of work Natalia enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, and just having a good time no matter what she’s doing.

Natalia is new to our team but is excited to expand our programs department here at Columbia Athletic Club Silver Lake.

Bari Dockens

Group Ex Director

barid@columbiaathletic.com

Bari started teaching Group Fitness, swim lessons and youth tennis in 1988 while attending University of Arizona. In 1996, she decided to focus her energy on Aquatics and Group Fitness at Columbia Athletic Clubs, and let go of teaching vocational classes at Lynnwood High School.

Bari has been fortunate at CAC to be involved in many areas of the club including Aquatics Coordinator, Program Director, Fitness Trainer, Group ex Instructor and now the Group Ex Director position. She enjoys taking on new challenges and working hard building a healthy environment for our CAC staff and members. According to Bari, “The best feeling is working out with others while creating a positive outlet, learning new things, but most of all Having Fun!

Bari and her husband enjoy traveling to visit their 3 kids (who live in 3 different states), love camping with good friends, mountain biking, boating, wakeboarding and skiing during the winter months, staying active and having fun!


Fitness Staff

Logan Baxter

loganb@cactrainers.com

Logan received her certification as a personal trainer through the National Academy of Sport’s Medicine. She also has a Master’s degree in counseling psychology. Logan has participated in many competitive sports including basketball, swimming and currently tennis. Fitness, health and feeling good has always been a big part of her life. During Logan’s “free” time she is very busy with her daughter, Arianna, who many may have met at CAC. She keeps her mommy going!

Kelsey Dubois

Fitness Coordinator/Personal Trainer

kelseyd@cactrainers.com

Kelsey recently graduated from Bastyr University with a Bachelors of Science in Nutrition. She obtained her CPT through NASM, and loves working with others to improve their overall health and well-being. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with loved ones, strength training, taking advantage of Washington’s beauty by hiking and running, cooking healthy meals, and sharing her knowledge of nutrition and fitness on her blog. She believes that fitness is a lifestyle, not a duty. Taking care of your body should be something you enjoy and strive to do every day!

Chrysta Pantohan

chrystap@cactrainers.com

Chrysta became a trainer in 2007 after losing 70lbs and competing in natural bodybuilding competitions. Chrysta currently has NASM, NCSF and NESTA personal training certifications. In 2015 she graduated from Pima medical institute as a physical therapist assistant. Chrysta enjoys working with a wide variety of clientele whether their goals are to lose weight, gain muscle or gain back strength and endurance post injury she’s here to help you along the way. 

Rich Skidmore

richs@cactrainers.com

Richard is a certified personal trainer through American Council on Exercise (ACE). He is most knowledgeable in muscle building and fat loss, however he’s studying functional training to broaden his programming arsenal. “My job as a fitness professional is to guide clients towards their goals while helping them realize their true potential along the way. I hold my clients accountable to their workout/diet plans to ensure there is no room for error. I make sure to educate them through the training process so that they better understand their bodies and comprehend why we do certain things. The saying is true, use it or lose it! I look forward to meeting you soon.”

Bari Dockens

barid@columbiaathletic.com

Bari started teaching Group Fitness, swim lessons and youth tennis in 1988 while attending University of Arizona. In 1996, she decided to focus her energy on Aquatics and Group Fitness at Columbia Athletic Clubs, and let go of teaching vocational classes at Lynnwood High School.

Bari has been fortunate at CAC to be involved in many areas of the club including Aquatics Coordinator, Program Director, Fitness Trainer, Group ex Instructor and now the Group Ex Director position. She enjoys taking on new challenges and working hard building a healthy environment for our CAC staff and members. According to Bari, “The best feeling is working out with others while creating a positive outlet, learning new things, but most of all Having Fun!

Bari and her husband enjoy traveling to visit their 3 kids (who live in 3 different states), love camping with good friends, mountain biking, boating, wakeboarding and skiing during the winter months, staying active and having fun!


Tennis Staff

Elliot Beam

High Performance/Co-Junior Tennis Director

elliotb@columbiaathletic.com

Elliot is born and raised in the Puget Sound. He’s a former #1 Junior in the PNW and top 100 in the nation in the 18’s. He’s been an Elite USPTA certified for 12+ years and has a passion for coaching players of all ages and levels. Elliot has coached 3A State Champs in singles and doubles and Division 1 and 3 players. In his spare time, he enjoys golf, basketball, hiking and watching the Seahawks.

Yevgeniy Kolomiyets

Tennis Professional/Co-Junior Tennis Director

yevk@columbiaathletic.com

Yevgeniy Kolomiyets grew up in the NW, starred at Cascade High School, became a certified tennis professional at 18 years old starting with us at CAC - Silver Lake. After being a part-time pro with us he went to work at the Redmond Club where he was involved with their High-Performance Junior Program and also carved out a role as a Strength and Conditioning coach. He moved to Florida, excited to work on his own game as well as work at the NextGen International Academy where he would work with nationally and internationally ranked junior players. At all his stops he worked with adult players as well, helping them improve their tennis games. He has an educational background in mathematics and psychology and is also certified as a personal trainer and corrective exercise specialist by the National Academy of Sports Medicine.

Luong Hau

Tennis Professional

luongh@columbiaathletic.com

Luong is a USPTA Professional. He also coaches Everett High School tennis teams during their seasons. Luong is available on weekends/week nights for Tennis lessons. Luong also leads our Saturday Junior Classes. Before getting his Tennis certification Luong was working in the fitness industry and is also a Trainer in the Fitness Department. His story started in the weight room before it moved onto the tennis court. Although Luong has been around strength training and bodybuilding longer, he would happily admit that his knowledge of both weight training and tennis are equal. Luong enjoys helping a wide range of people, whether it be grandparents or toddlers. He finds that people who are over 40 appreciate his knowledge of injury prevention while attaining strength and mobility; all those under 40 appreciate his diverse knowledge base.

Dan Lum

Tennis Professional

danl@columbiaathletic.com

Dan has been involved with the Tennis department for quite some time now putting in time as a junior and now as a USPTA Tennis professional. He has the passion and desire to share what he has learned to help young junior players as well as adult beginners move up to the next level. He now teaches juniors and adult beginners on the weekends as a part time Professional.