The Women's Pro Hockey Seattle Team
Founder: Zoë M. Harris
For over 30 years Zoë has worked to grow the sport of ice hockey in the United States as a player, coach, and administrator. Her accomplished career is evidence of her enthusiasm for and commitment to building new teams, associations, and leagues.
Spokesperson: Kelly Stephens Tysland
U.S. Women's Ice Hockey Olympian and Owner of Experience Momentum
Kelly Pierce Stephens Tysland (born June 4, 1983) is an American ice hockey player from Shoreline, Washington. She won a bronze medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turino, Italy. She earned two IIHF World Women's Championships medals—a gold medal in 2005 in Sweden and a silver in 2004 in Canada.
Youth Spokesperson: Maealie Glanzer
Maealie 'Mae' Glanzer is a local hockey player hailing from Bellingham, Washington with dreams of playing collegiately, for her nation, and professionally.
Until then, Mae plays a lot of hockey, works to bring a pro team to Seattle, and some day she hopes "to be a role model for people of all ages, races, genders and abilities -- and let them know that hockey is for everyone."
Ambassador Chair: Alicia Crank
Born and raised in Detroit, Alicia has been a hockey fan since attending her first Red Wings game at Joe Louis Arena when she was 10 years old.
Her love for hockey continued to increase while spending nearly 20 years in the Bay Area attending San Jose Sharks games. After relocating to Edmonds in 2014 and attending Thunderbird and Silvertips games, she’s ecstatic that Seattle once again has an NHL team.
#WeRepWoProHoSeattle Ambassador: This Is You!
We have a wonderful group of #WeRepWoProHoSeattle Ambassadors that help spread the word and excitement for a women's pro hockey team in Seattle!