APVB Coaches

Cheryl Butler

Atlanta Performance Volleyball Club (2017-present) Club Director and Head Technical Director
GLV Inc./ Great Lakes Volleyball Center (1990-present) President / Owner
Sports Performance Volleyball Club (1986-present) currently Co-Director
Great Lakes Center Youth Academy (2012-2020) Founder & Director
  • Co-Director: Sports Performance Volleyball Club (Aurora, IL., 97 USAV/AAU/JVA National Age group championships)
  • Coached numerous teams of all ages (14 Open-18 Open) to AAU & USAV National Championships  
  • Director of the Great Lakes Center Youth Academy for players 3-12 years of age (over 5,000 participants since 2012)
  • Former director of the Sports Performance Boys’ Volleyball Club
  • One of the premier teaching and training coaches of youth & junior volleyball in the country
  • Coaches and trains over 1,000 players each year in the various club, clinic, and camp programs that she oversees
  • Has led teams on trips to Japan, China & the Dominican Republic

Kaisley Fisher

Atlanta Performance Volleyball Club (2021 – present) Associate Club Director
Sports Performance Volleyball Club Coach (1986-2020) 

Joe Cummings

Atlanta Performance Volleyball Club Assistant Club Director   

  • Atlanta Performance Volleyball Club, Head Coach 2016-present
  • Atlanta Boom Volleyball Institute, Head Coach and Coaching Director 2007-2016
  • Bronze Medal Disney Qualifier 18 American
  • Big South Sliver Champion
  • Florida Pre-qualifier Champion
  • Junior National qualifier
  • AAU Grand Prix Champion
  • Atlanta International School, Head Coach 2014-2016
  • Chamblee High School, Assistant Coach 2007-2009
  • Regional runner-up and sweet sixteen appearances 2007
  • Regional Champion and elite 8 appearances 2008
  • Sweet 16 appearance
Personal Career
  • Bitburg Germany local city Volleyball team
  • Bitburg Air Force Base Volleyball team
  • Andrews Air Force Base Volleyball team
  • All command champion Andrews AFB
  • Invited to the Air Force Volleyball team

Natasha Cook

Believe it or not, I began playing volleyball in the 9th grade as a middle blocker. With basketball being my main sport, I was exceptionally good at volleyball, where I fell in love with the sport and took it to the next level. After high school I received a full athletic scholarship to play for the mighty Tigers of Hiawassee College in Madisonville, TN for both basketball and volleyball. Although I’m retired from playing, my passion for winning is still there. I also teach Yoga full-time as an instructor to stay active. My love for Volleyball has brought me here to coach and teach my daughters the game I grew to love. I look forward to a successful season.


Robyn King