WFTDA Member League Representatives work in committees that are organized into the six Pillars of the organization: Games, Membership, Marketing, Regulatory, Technology, and Officiating. Each pillar is overseen by an Officer, appointed by the Board of Directors.


Nell Bomb - WFTDA Games Pillar OfficerGames Officer

Nell Bomb (Unaffiliated)

Pronouns: she/her

Nell entered the world of roller derby in 2006 and is one of the original members of the Classic City Rollergirls in Athens, GA. She played until 2012 and then became a skating official and an NSO.

While a member of the Classic City Rollergirls, Nell served as a board member and treasurer for eight years, was a member of the rules and training committee for 11 years, and a WFTDA rep for seven years. She retired from the Classic City Rollergirls in 2019 but continues to volunteer as an NSO on occasion.

Nell’s first volunteer position with the WFTDA was in 2013 when she became a Grievance Pivot. She also became a Sanctioning Processor in 2014. She resigned from both those positions in 2015 when she became Sanctioning Committee Chair. In 2017, she was appointed as the Games Officer.

Nell has worked as an office manager for a civil rights and employment law firm for 17 years. Outside of work and derby, she serves as a Board Member and Treasurer for the Friends of the Athens Clarke County Library. She enjoys spending time with her family, baking, reading, and coffee (lots of coffee).


Huevo - WFTDA Membershp Pillar OfficerMembership Officer

Huevo (Sailor City Rollers)

Pronouns: She/her

The Membership Officer is Huevo of Sailor City Rollers, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Huevo started Roller Derby in 2011. She serves as a resource for the membership and oversees implementation of the WFTDA’s membership initiatives, including the new member application process and cultivating relationships with leagues inside and outside of the WFTDA.

Huevo has previously worked with the Membership Pillar and helped to develop the Membership Outreach program and lead outreach efforts to potential member leagues in Argentina.

Professionally, Huevo is an anthropologist and is currently finishing her Ph.D. She is bilingual in Spanish and English.


Huevo - WFTDA Membershp Pillar Officer

Marketing Officer

iSmac (Springfield Roller Derby)

Pronouns: she/her

iSmac (more commonly known as Smac) started her derby journey in 2010 with the Big Easy Rollergirls. After a small break and a stop along the way in a small league in Branson, Missouri, she joined Springfield Roller Derby in 2014. That is when she started her volunteer trek within the WFTDA as well. Smac has held many positions within the Marketing Pillar, such as Graphic Designer and Creative Chair, as well as working on-site for Marketing during post-season tournaments.

Although now a retired skater, Smac is still active in her league where she serves as the Advertising/Media Committee Head. She has also served as New Recruit & League Coach in the past as well.

Currently, Smac is a freelancer in Graphic & Web Design as well as Marketing Services. In her free time, she loves to cuddle with her dogs, enjoy a cold craft brew, coffee enthusiast and enjoys cooking for everyone around her (especially some Cajun food). She is also a retired Color Guard Instructor and a sucker for a marching band.


Regulatory Officer

Parker Poison (Connecticut Roller Derby)

Pronouns: She/Her

Parker started roller derby in 2007 with Connecticut Roller Derby (CTRD) and, besides a quick stint with Suburbia Roller Derby, continues to call CTRD home.

She started volunteering with the WFTDA in April 2007 by joining the Grievance Committee and continued to work up in that area to become Grievance Chair. The years have begun to blur together, but she became Regulatory Officer somewhere around 2009/2010.

Outside of derby Parker is a Marketing Manager for an audiobook company and fills her spare time powerlifting, drinking coffee, and building beer can pyramids with her teammates.


Umpire Strikes Back - WFTDA Technology OfficerTechnology Officer

Umpire Strikes Back (Rat City Roller Derby)

Pronouns: He/Him

Umpire Strikes Back made the jump from Minnesota Roller Derby season ticket holder to start officiating in the summer of 2008. A year later he became a league officials’ representative to the WFTDA, and then began his service with the global organization a year after that [2010]. He has worked with the Officials Committee, Officiating Education, Games, Rules, and now leads the Technology Pillar (all while officiating more games and tournaments than he has kept track of).

Now living in Tacoma, Washington (USA) and working with Rat City Roller Derby, Ump also collects other cliché hobbies like woodworking, brewing, and cooking. He continues to work in technology, currently for an exceptionally large health and wellness company, as he has for what seems like a very long time.


Strong Female Character - WFTDA Officiating Pillar OfficerOfficiating Officer

Strong Female Character (Gotham Girls Roller Derby)

Pronouns: she/her

Strong Female Character (usually referred to as “Coffee”) started roller derby in 2012 as fresh meat with Pioneer Valley Roller Derby. She started NSOing as a fresh meat skater and fell in love with officiating. When she moved to Chicago later that year, she started officiating for The Chicago Outfit full time. Since then, she’s also been an official with Bay Area Derby and Gotham Girls Roller Derby. Coffee officiates both on-skates and off, which has led her to meet fantastic people across the globe (and which has made so many moves across the US easier).

Coffee started volunteer work with the WFTDA in 2015, when she helped develop and chair the Officials Evaluator program. She’s been a member of Officiating Certification Oversight since 2016, and chair of the program since the end of the 2017 season.

Outside of derby, Coffee works in Jewish education. She has a love for Yiddish theatre, knitting, and pinball. She can most often be found hanging out with her cat, Gritty Kitty, who was found as a kitten at ECDX 2019.

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