Nikki Miller is the League Commissioner for the Atlantic Girls Hockey Federation, as well as the Atlantic Hockey Federation’s and Tier 1 Hockey Federation's first Director of Administration. Nikki handles all league atlanticgirlshockeyfederation.communication, league rules, and bylaws, invoicing, discipline enforcement, and administrative affairs of the league. In addition, Nikki is Manager for the Princeton Tiger Lilies, in her 8th year as Manager for the New Jersey Stars and Manager of Black Bear Selects. Nikki also is in her 5th year as the Director and Tournament Coordinator for the VSK Wings Spring hockey program. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Social Work from Stockton University.
Brooke Ammerman Reimer is currently the Girls Hockey Director for The NJ Bandits out of the Ice Vault in Wayne, NJ. During Brooke’s playing career she was a two-time NCAA national champion with the Wisconsin Badgers finishing her collegiate career with 215 points. She also captured a gold medal as a member of the USA U-18 team in 2008, was selected to the USA U-22 team in 2010, and was invited to the Olympic tryouts for both 2010 & 2014. Brooke played professionally with the New York Riveters and overseas in Germany. Brooke has now turned her focus to growing the women’s game by coaching and mentoring female hockey players.
A native of New Jersey, Rebecca has been involved in hockey at various levels for more than 20 years. She currently serves as Hockey Director at Princeton Tiger Lilies and Assistant Director of Girls Hockey – Northeast Region at Black Bear Sports Group. In addition, Rebecca played professionally for the Connecticut Whale of the Premier Hockey Federation. She is passionate about growing girls’ hockey and inspiring the next generation of players. A Level 4 USA Hockey certified coach, Rebecca develops and mentors youth players while striving to be a positive role model. Her coaching atlanticgirlshockeyfederation.commitments include two Princeton Tiger Lilies teams, Black Bear Selects Girls Elite, Girls Try Hockey Free, as well as independent camps, clinics, and lessons. Rebecca’s passion for developing hockey as a game for everybody earned her the 2020 NWHL Foundation Award for her service to the sport. Rebecca looks forward to bringing her experience and expertise to the AGHF while continuing to strengthen girls’ hockey in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Brie Zdunkiewicz has been involved with hockey for 25 years, playing locally for the Princeton Tiger Lilies and then serving as a 4-year captain for Neumann College NCAA-DIII. She has a Bachelor’s in Sports Management, Masters in Business Administration and Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Brie is a Level 4 USA Hockey Coach as well as a Level 4 USA Hockey Official. Over the last 14 years of officiating, she has served as a seminar instructor, worked multiple Flyers Cup and National Championship tournaments and had the honor of officiating the historic PWHPA game at Madison Square Garden in March of 2021. Brie is most excited to help grow and develop the next generation of female officials.