Our team is made up of dedicated individuals from the community who deliver personal and friendly service to both our members and our guests. Rolling Hills Club has been serving the community of Marin in continued operation for over thirty years, providing a place where people can find the support and friendships that will last a lifetime.
Martha & Rob Domont
Martha and Rob Domont are long-time residents of Marin County and have been successful in providing family fitness clubs since 1998, beginning with Petaluma Valley Athletic Club in Sonoma County, continuing in 2007 with Redwood Health Club of Ukiah in Mendocino County, and most recently at Rolling Hills Club in Marin County. Rob & Martha appreciate the benefits that recreational sports and fitness have granted them in their own health and believe in the importance of family fitness. Rob is a tennis and racquetball player and Martha can often be found lap swimming in the pool but also enjoys exercise in all its forms. As an advocate for cancer research and prevention, Martha is also actively involved in the community raising funds and awareness. As owners of Rolling Hills Club, Martha and Rob Domont work to ensure that each visit to one of their clubs is a positive experience beginning with a professional level of customer service, a clean and fully operating facility and superior programming. Rob and Martha hope to create a stress-free, relaxed and caring environment that is conducive to health, fitness and the all-encompassing well being of each member.
Director of Tennis
Chris and his wife, Corleen, have traveled the world providing a full range of tennis services and building champions at a wide range of clubs, resorts and academies from the sands of Saudi Arabia to the tropical breezes of the South Pacific. Chris is experienced, committed, fascinated by and successful in all levels of athletic, human and organizational development. A lifelong successful competitive athlete in multiple sports, Chris played the USTA Satellite Circuit, Hawaiian Grand Prix Circuit, Northern California Open Circuit. His current ranking is 5.0. As an tennis educator, he studied the game directly under two of the world’s three most successful tennis teachers, Peter Burwash and Dennis Van Der Meer, and has been rated P1 by both the USPTA and the PTR for nearly 30 years. A demonstrated developer of players, teams, and tennis academies Chris has successfully produced and coached over thirty NCAA Division I athletes (including his own two sons), USTA national champions in Women’s 4.5’s, and finalists in Men’s 5.0, and USTA national champions in the senior divisions from the 60 to the 85 year old age brackets including four time USTA national champion, Will Gahagen. During his travels, Chris has had an opportunity to work with players of 36 different nationalities on and off court including the kings of industry, ambassadors, and royalty.
Director of Aquatics, Membership Advisor
Growing up in the country, Winnie learned at an early age the importance and value of community. The theme of community and providing an emotionally, physically and socially satisfying experience for each individual is one that she has carried for 23 years at Rolling Hills Club. As an instructor of Water Fitness and Kindergarten PE Specialist for almost 30 years and as a manager, she has followed this model of providing opportunity for change and growth in a nurturing environment.
Director of Group Exercise
Jillian Shay has been a certified group exercise instructor since 1988, personal trainer since 1993 and Lifestyle and Weight Management Consultant since 1996. She came to the Rolling Hills Club in 1989 after moving into the neighborhood with her family from San Francisco. She joined the club the day after her move and was hired the following day to teach group exercise classes. The rest, they say, is history. Over the years, she has worked in every aspect of the club. It truly is a home away from home for Jillian. Her hobbies include golf (16.0 index), skiing and hiking with her friends and dog, Boomer, across the hills of Novato and Marin County. Her greatest accomplishment was a one day climb up the back side of Half Dome in Yosemite. Jillian has a lifelong passion for fitness. She has an affinity for the de-conditioned market and for women who struggle with weight loss issues, as she has been there herself. She lost 50 pounds and has kept it off for more than 23 years. She invites you to join her in one of her popular group exercise classes. Her motto is: “The only bad exercise is no exercise.”
Kids Club Supervisor
Amanda began working at Rolling Hills Club as a camp counselor in 2007. When she graduated from Loyola Marymount University in December of 2009, she began working with Guest Services. She was offered the position of Director of Children’s Programs after a few months and has been with us ever since, most recently as Kids Club Supervisor. Amanda has worked with kids in many capacities and has completed Early Childhood Education Units, making Kids Club a great fit. Amanda says the best part of her job is “interacting with the members and their wonderful children”. Overall, Amanda loves planning fun activities that keep kids wanting to come back to the club.
Anna considers herself a builder. She loves the challenge of laying the foundation for a successful enterprise. She has honed her skills in sales and marketing as an owner of a sales organization in San Francisco, establishing a graduate school for biomedical engineers, founder of high-tech 3D imaging companies, as well as, executive director of web-based companies. But, personally, having been a member of Rolling Hills Club for 18 years, nothing compares to Anna’s responsibilities at the Club — encouraging and introducing people to an environment that permits them to attain physical and mental wellness. There is nothing better than good health! Life is to be enjoyed! Anna loves her job!
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Director of Guest Services
Bobbie has been a member of Rolling Hills Club for nearly 35 years. She and her family would come to Rolling Hills Club after work for many years and barbeque. After several years of being a member, Bobbie was offered the opportunity to improve the Rolling Hills Club informational displays in the age before computers and printers, hand designing all the bulletin boards and, eventually, all the programs. Bobbie has worked in Guest Services and has provided all the advertising, marketing, and flyers/posters for Rolling Hills Club for over 21 years. This Club is her “Home Away From Home”. She loves her work, loves the members, loves the people she works with, and loves the tennis & classes. She hopes to see this Club flourish and exceed all it’s expectations!