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Glenn Witman
Dan Zale
Lee-J Mirasolo
Glenn Witman
Founder, President and Team Captain
Glenn Witman is the founder and principal of PowerPlay Partners Real Estate (P3 Homes), Home Remedy Buyers Group and WD Properties, and is a mentor to real estate brokers and property developers in Denver and throughout Colorado. P3 Homes has been involved in redeveloping neglected properties at Curtis Park Row, six units of affordable historic rowhomes in Downtown Denver, and high quality remodels of existing homes in Northwest Denver.  He is an active member of the Denver Board of Realtors (DBOR) and the Colorado Chapter of the National Association of Realtors (NAR). Glenn also serves and supports a number of local nonprofit boards and committees including Colorado Climax Hockey, GLAAD, HRC, Matthew Sheppard Foundation, Jewish Mosaic and March of Dimes. His interest in the community led him to found GForce Hockey in the winter, 2005. What started out as a competitive gay hockey team playing tournaments in places like Lake Placid, NY, and Nashville, TN, has blossomed into a sports advocacy group for GLBT athletes.  

A native of Philadelphia, Glenn attended the prestigious Hill School and graduated from Hobart College with a BA/BS in American Studies.  He is an avid sports enthusiast both as a fan and participant. 

Click HERE to reach Glenn's hockey profile.

Daniel Zale

Director At-Large
Dan Zale joins the GForce Sports Board of Directors at the end of December 2011 and will focus on financial development and the building of our webinar "Internet Forum" program. Dan's professional career centers around international business and real estate development with a focus on ethical business practices and collaboration with diverse cultural groups. Dan lives in Denver, Colorado.

Lee-J Mirasolo

Director At-Large
A native of Wakefield, MA, Lee-J played hockey at Boston College where she served as a captain her senior year. She is now an Assistant Coach for the Princeton Women's Hockey team and is extremely passionate about improving the culture and creating safe environments for all involved in sport.