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Allie Gregory

Team Experience Supervisor, Premier Event Specialist & Bulldog Mom

Tell us about yourself.

I am a Louisville local with a passion for the sport of volleyball. I competed at Assumption High School (winningest volleyball program in the country, no big deal) and KIVA. I was lucky enough to continue my athletic career at the University of Florida, winning three Southeastern Conference Champion rings and a title as the 2017 NCAA National Runner-Up. Prior to TTS, I spent two years coaching college volleyball, at Troy University and Bellarmine University, as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. I love the volleyball community and am a proud Team Relations Specialist for the volleyball pod here at TTS!

Three words that best describe you.

Relationship oriented, authentic, conscientious. 

What is the best thing about working at TTS?

The team aspect here is REAL! Everyone works together to meet both company and personal goals. Our focus is always on growth and being the best version of ourselves!

What are your hobbies?

I play sand volleyball with my friends twice a week! I also love spending time with my dog pawty crew in my neighborhood, and getting to hangout with my two year old nephew and 2 month old niece.

Name of the person that inspires you the most.

Robin Arzón: Peloton VP of Fitness Programming / Instructor

What is your favorite memory of working at TTS?

My favorite TTS memory was TRS team bonding. Our Maryland peeps flew down to spend the week with the Louisville TRS gang to goal share and bond over puzzles, good food, and great company!

What is your favorite core value?

Create a positive and fun atmosphere! Working at TTS never seems like work when you are surrounded by the people who wear TTS across their chest.

Where did you go to school?

University of Florida (undergrad) and Troy University (grad)

Favorite Quote

"Integrity is choosing courage over comfort; and it's practicing your values, not just professing them." -Brene Brown

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