President at ADF, Financial Manager, Sponsorship Coordinator/Equipment Manager
Daniel Dombroski is the founder of the Amy D. Foundation. Daniel grew up in Vermont, where he became an avid cyclist, runner and skier. He proudly introduced the sport of cycling to others, including his sister, Amy (younger by 6 years). Daniel remained a competitive runner and cyclist through college (B.S. Engineering, Cornell University, 2003) and graduate school (Ph.D. Engineering, University of Colorado at Boulder, 2009). He provided close mentoring to Amy early in her cycling career, guiding her to her first U-23 cyclocross national title. Mr. Dombroski founded the Organization in memory of his sister Amy shortly after her passing as a way to give back to the community and build a constructive outcome to the tragedy. In addition to overseeing operations and serving as President and Treasurer of the Organization, he is currently a professionally licensed Engineer working for the Bureau of Reclamation in the area of river hydraulics and sediment transport.
Maureen (Mo) Bruno Roy
CX Team Manager + Mentor, Team Wellness, Staff Support
Mo has been an Elite cyclist competing internationally from 2003 to 2015. Career stats: 301 career cyclocross races, including 216 UCI races, and 18 National Championships (11 Elite, three Masters and two Singlespeed), 16 World Cups and two World Championships, 2006 and 2010. 41 wins (nine UCI races, three Masters National Championships, two Singlespeed National Championships 2014, 2015 and one Singlespeed World Championship, 2014) and eight times finished in the top-10 at USA Cycling Elite Nationals. Two DNFs in 12 years of competition. She regularly raced and trained with Amy D in the US and in Belgium where they regularly shared pre-World Cup curry dinners and a love for horribly hard, muddy courses. She has been working professionally as a muscular therapist for 20 years, is a yoga teacher and teaches anatomy + physiology to yoga-teachers-in-training. She loves cycling, running, hiking and vegan cooking. She lives in Arlington, MA with her husband and their two cats, Pippin + Merry.
A native Virginian and elite level athlete her entire life, Julie Kuliecza fell in love with cycling after one too many ACL tears on the soccer field. Inspired by her first encounters with women in the cycling community in Richmond, Julie quickly developed a passion for building opportunities and support for women’s cycling. This resolve has stuck with her over the last eight years of her professional career as she raced and provided mentorship and coaching to up-and-coming athletes. Julie received a BA in Women’s Studies and African American Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University. Prior to joining The Amy D. Foundation, Julie worked as a paralegal and managing director of a nonprofit. The Amy D. Foundation is a perfect fusion of Julie’s love for cycling, supporting women’s cycling development and building more opportunities for women in cycling.
Web Manager, Previous ADF Elite CX athlete
Rebecca was the second elite CX rider for the Amy D Foundation and raced with the program for two years. After her time with the Amy D Foundation Rebecca went on to manage the Stan's NoTubes p/b Maxxis cyclocross team, and is now a professional rider for Kona Maxxis Shimano cyclocross. Rebecca is also still the webmaster for the Foundation. When not racing she lives and trains in Concord, NH.
Road Team Director, Board Member
Equipment Manager, Mechanic
Road Team Mechanic
Cyclocross Team Mechanic
Corey Coogan Cisek
Social Media/Press Coordinator
Corey was a cyclocross rider for Amy D. Foundation during the 2018–2019 season. Though now racing for her privateer team Triple C Racing p/b Cyclocross Custom, she is delighted to contribute to ADF via her new role. Corey has been an athlete her entire life. She grew up alpine ski racing in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. At age 15, she transitioned to Nordic skiing and pursued that at an elite and professional level until 2006. Corey discovered cycling as a means of cross-training for Nordic and her love and commitment snowballed. Inspired in part by Amy, she spent considerable portions of the last two seasons living and racing in Belgium. An undergraduate English major, she writes as a hobbyist and freelancer. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota with her husband Michael and their black Labrador Retriever named...Green.