Wendy’s passion for baton twirling ignited at just six years old with Georgia’s Youth on Parade, leading her to claim her first State Championship by the age of ten. Throughout her youth, she accumulated numerous state and regional titles, and her dazzling performances graced major parades and sporting events across Atlanta, Tennessee, and Florida. Wendy’s talents shone brightly as she featured in the Orange Bowl Parade and performed complex routines with Morris Brown College, including appearances at the Rose Bowl Parade.

During her tenure at South Carolina State University, Wendy excelled as the feature twirler for the Marching “101” Band, supported by a joint Band and Academic Scholarship. Her halftime shows were a spectacle of skill, featuring three batons, fire, and sword twirling, captivating audiences at significant collegiate events. After completing her Master’s degree, Wendy founded the “Twirl Girls” youth camp at her alma mater, mentoring young twirlers and offering scholarships.

Dr. Wendy’s commitment to her community and the arts was recognized when she was honored as the Women’s History Month Community Servant by the State of Georgia in 2014. She continues to influence a new generation of twirlers, blending her love for the sport with her academic achievements and her dedication to service.



Alexandria, an Atlanta native, excelled in academics and the arts, blending a deep Christian faith with passions for gymnastics, dance, and baton twirling. As a standout student at Mundy Mills, she maintained honor roll status while leading as Captain of the Dance Team and Feature Twirler for the Mighty Marching Tigers. Her competitive spirit earned her numerous titles, including Georgia Twirling Queen since 2000 and multiple state championships in Florida.

Awarded the first scholarship from the Twirl Girls program in 2008, Alex attended South Carolina State University, distinguishing herself as the feature baton twirler for the Marching “101” Band. She graduated with a degree in Psychology and now leads the Twirl Girls weekly classes, simultaneously pursuing her Master’s degree. Alex continues to inspire young twirlers, combining her educational pursuits with her commitment to mentorship.


COACH Leticha

Leticha Priscilla Heflin, a 2015 Hampton University graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Atlanta, Georgia, distinguished herself as one of five Gates Millennium Scholars at her university, where she also served as an ambassador for the program. A seasoned baton twirler, Leticha won the GA State Twirling Queen title for two consecutive years and secured multiple championships, allowing her to perform across the nation’s largest venues.

In 2014, she founded God, Glitter, and Glam Ministries to empower and uplift young women worldwide. Her dedication extends to her roles as a teacher in the Congress of Christian Education of the General Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia, Inc., and as the youth choir director and Saturday night live worship leader at Second Calvary Baptist Church in Norfolk, Virginia. Recently recognized as a 2014 Sidley Pre-law Scholar, Leticha is driven by a profound spiritual goal to one day hear the words, “Well done,” from her heavenly father.