Leah has been skating for almost 14 years. She is a National and International competitive figure skater and a Team USA member.
- 2014 Jr. Grand Prix bronze medalist, Slovenia
- 2012 Jr Grand Prix Finalist
- 2012 Jr. Grand Prix gold medalist, Turkey
- 2012 International Challenge Cup champion, The Hague, Netherlands.
- 2010 U.S. National Novice champion
- 2008 U.S. National Juvenile champion
- Jr. Board member for the All Year Figure Skating Club
Leah grew up in a athletic family. Her half brother, Thomas, played football for the NFL for four years, in addition to playing at Stanford University for four years. Half brother Alex was on the crew team until his graduation from Boston University and was also the 2011 Club Nationals Bronze medalist in Men’s Intermediate and Senior Quad. He has joined the Army and is working on his pilot’s license. Half sister Stephanie played tennis and graduated from Penn State University. Younger sister Emily plays volleyball as a setter and opposite hitter for Beckman High school, and for Tstreet volleyball club in Irvine, CA.
Leah is a 2015 graduate of Parkview High School, where she maintained a 4.0 grade point average. She is a recipient of 2015 President’s Education Award for Outstanding Academic Excellence. she is awarded Platinum level achievement for 2015 graduating Senior by U.S. Figure Skating.
Off the ice, Leah’s interests include spending time with friends and family, swimming, reading, and playing with her dogs, Tinkerbell and Annie.
After meeting so many extraordinary people and gaining many valuable experiences through figure skating, Leah wants to give back by volunteering her time and her knowledge to the sport she loves. She is currently trial judging as part of the U.S. Figure Skating judging certification process with an interest in becoming a judge at the international level.