Nadyne Siegel-Brown

Swim Kids of Georgia: 1505 Redi Road #800, Cumming, Georgia, 30040

Phone: (700) 330-6164 Email: Web:

As a Central Florida native, I know the lifelong joy associated with water activities and water sports.  When my son was 18 months old, I was thrilled that he loved the water and I knew it was time to teach him to swim. My niece and nephew had been very successful in a survival swim program. So I decided to enroll Jacob. I was apprehensive but amazed that my child could become so proficient at such a young age. In 1987, I trained to become a survival swim specialist.

Megan Bachman

Oklahoma Swim Academy: 15001 Gambels Trail Dr, Oklahoma City, OK 73134

Phone: (405) 509-5415 Email: Web:

Having been a lifelong swimmer and lifeguard I have always enjoyed the water. My passion for kids and drowning prevention led me to teach basic swimming and stroke development since early 2003. Those combined passions compelled me to expand my teaching skills to the youngest of infants. After much prayer and research, I decided to journey to Utah in the summer of 2010 to complete my training to become a Certified Swim Float Survive Instructor. From that time, our swim school has grown to a team of 44 by 2022 and continues to grow.

Yazmin Acocella

Born 2 Swim Aquatic Academy: 1955 NW 108 Avenue, Miami, FL 33172

Phone: 305-437-7946 Email: Web:

Hello, my name is Yazmin Ramirez-Acocella. I am a certified instructor specializing in infant self-rescue and the Aquatic Director of Born 2 Swim Aquatic Academy. We are a family-oriented swim school dedicated to teaching aquatic survival skills to infants, toddlers, and children of all ages so they may have a lifetime of safe fun in the water.

Amy Borden

Survival Swim Corpus Christi: 8530 King Ranch Dr, Corpus Christi, TX 78414

Phone: 361-815-5016 Email: Web:

Growing up in Corpus Christi with a family that loves being around the water, I have countless memories of fun times at the beach, lake, river and pool. Once I became a mom, I found myself acutely aware of the danger that same water posed to my children. I enrolled my son in survival swim lessons and at 15 months he acquired the skills to roll to his back and sustain a floating position to breathe. I was amazed then and am still amazed now whenever a child first gains the skill and confidence to float unassisted!