Meet the Machine Swim School Instructors
Bobby started swimming competitively at age six with Fox Mill Woods summer swim team. He soon joined Machine Aquatics and was fortunate to be coached by Paris Jacobs year-round. Bobby started wrestling and playing football at age 13, yet still swam competitively in the summer until he was 18.
Bobby graduated from the Virginia Military Institute in 2014 with an economics and business degree and served as a Marine Corps infantry officer at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. He recently got out of the Marines as a captain in September 2018 and is currently training at Machine Performance Center until he departs for special operations selection course in mid-2019. In addition to weightlifting, swimming, and trail running, Bobby also trains and competes in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
With years of experience in developing performance-oriented strength and conditioning programs for dozens of Marines, Bobby has the knowledge to effectively coach and mentor young athletes striving to improve their performance. If you’re seeking a passionate coach dedicated to developing the ability and character of your child, Bobby is the coach for your son or daughter!
Campbell was born in Alexandria, Virginia, and is currently a senior at James Madison High School in Vienna. After learning how to swim at just the age of four Campbell has loved the water ever since. Beginning swimming at her summer pool, Chantilly National, she later began to swim competitively for a VA Club team. Where she competed from ages eight to fifteen.
Campbell has worked at Machine Performance Center since May 2017 where she began as (and continues to be) an instructor.
Growing up in Virginia Beach Evan Wrenn started competitive swimming his freshman year of high school when he joined the Princess Anne High School team. He swam all four years at Princess Anne and eventually for the club team at George Mason University.
From hanging out at pools, swimming competitively, surfing, life guarding, and coaching, Hannah has been a water baby since day one. Hannah’s love for the water started soon after she was born when she taught herself how to swim in just one afternoon. Soon after moving to Virginia, Hannah began swimming competitively with her summer team, the Vienna Aquatic Club Gators, at age 8. When she turned 9 her friends all persuaded her to join Machine Aquatics full time and her love for swimming has only grown from there.
Apart from swimming year round for Machine, Hannah still swims with her summer team and is a coach there too. She and a group of other junior coaches work with the entire Gator team to help strengthen their skills and build their love for the water. She also does private and group lessons with kids of all ages.
Hannah currently attends James Madison High School and is a part of the Warhawk swim and dive team. She is a part of the school’s mentoring program and works with a group of freshmen to help them become more accustomed to high school. Along with many other clubs, she is a part of the National Art Honors Society and her favorite subjects are math, biology and Spanish. She hopes to study marine biology in college.
Coach Kim K.
Kevin has always been in the water for one reason or another. He learned to swim at the age of 4. At age 6, he began to swim for the Chantilly National Bluefins under Nancy Monaghan until the age of 18. After his last year of swimming competitively, he began to lifeguard for NV Pools for the next three years where he taught group and private swim lessons throughout the summer. In 2010, Kevin was the assistant coach of the Stone Ridge Sharks. Kevin joined Machine Performance Center in the Spring of 2013 and has thoroughly enjoyed working with kids and teaching them a valuable life skill.
When Kevin is out of the water, he enjoys his time hanging out with his girlfriend, watching sports, and playing video games. He is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and intends to graduate in the fall of 2019.
Rachel was a competitive swimmer for 12 years, starting when she was 6 years old. She swam for her local club and summer team, as well as her high school team. Her favorite stroke is butterfly!
Rachel graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biopsychology from Messiah College in 2016. She moved to the area from Pittsburgh, PA and currently attends George Mason University as a masters student studying Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience.
Rachel enjoys teaching swim lessons and believes that swimming is an important life skill for everyone to have. She has been a lifeguard and swim lesson instructor for 8 years, including teaching group lessons at her local public pool, and group and private swim lessons while attending college. She also coached her summer swim team.