Meet Our Instructors!
Jordan Dunlap is the owner-operator of Infant Aquatics of Lubbock, offering one of the only Infant Aquatics Certified Training Programs in Lubbock and the surrounding areas! Jordan has been a Certified Infant Aquatics instructor for more than 3 years, and is passionate about increasing awareness for drowning prevention in out West Texas community. Jordan is so excited for the opportunity to work with children in the Lubbock area who are MORE often in and around the water, especially during the West Texas heat.
Jeri Ybarra is Infant Aquatics of Lubbock’s Little Flippers Graduates and Super Swimmers instructor specializing in Level 3 through Stroke level swimmers. Jeri has been an instructor with IA of LBK for 3 years, and loves sharing her knowledge and passion for swimming! Not only will your children be able to practice and reinforce their life saving skills, they’ll be able to build upon those skills by learning proper swimming and stroke mechanics. Jeri can’t wait to introduce your children to our Little Flippers Graduates and Super Swimmers programs! Jeri swims on Friday evenings.
Nicolle White “Cole” is a Certified Infant Aquatics instructor teaching children ages 6 months to 6 years. Cole has been an instructor with IA of LBK for 2 years and was raised around the water. Having a Pediatric Neonatal Nurse for a mother, Cole was taught water safety at a very young age. Cole has a passion for child development and working with children, and is SO excited for the opportunity to introduce your children to live saving survival swim skills!
Mandi Dever is Infant Aquatics of Lubbock’s Little Flippers Graduates instructor specializing in Level 1 (maintenance) through Advanced level swimmers. Mandi swims on Monday evenings.
Kaley Daniels is Infant Aquatics of Lubbock’s Little Flippers Graduates instructor specializing in Level 1 (maintenance) through Level 3 swimmers. From tubing to scuba diving, swimming laps or simply enjoying a calm float, Kaley has been a water lover since she learned to float, swim and dive at 2. She believes learning to swim-float-swim is one of the most important skills for every person to have in life. Even if your child doesn’t love swimming as much as Kaley does, it is her hope and passion to help your swimmer find deep peace and confidence in their life-saving skills, and to have some fun making waves with big splashes of success along the way. Kaley swims on Wednesday evenings.
Taryn Taillac is Infant Aquatics of Lubbock’s Little Flippers Graduates and Super Swimmers instructor specializing in Level 1 (maintenance) through Stroke level swimmers. Taryn swims on Tuesdays and some Friday evenings.