Shellee Robertson Enfinger grew up in the shooting world. She comes from a family of champions; her grandfathers on both her mother’s and father’s side were military marksman. Her mom, Jeanie and her father, Ken were both National Champions in shotgun sports. Her maternal grandmother was the first woman to outshoot the entire Marine Corp shooting team in the 1950’s. Throughout her childhood, family events and activities were centered on shooting sports. Shellee chose not to shoot competitively, but enjoys the sport. Shellee especially loves handgun shooting.
She believes strongly in teaching women to be assertive, strong and independent. She began instructing women in handgun and shotgun shooting about three years ago. Shellee has three children and believes in passing on this family tradition to her children. Shellee is the head coach for the Marcus High School Competitive Shooting Team (on which her 16 year old daughter shoots) and is passionate about the future of this sport. She enjoys watching the kids grow and accelerate in a sport that everyone can participate in.
Shellee is on the Board of Directors for the Youth Target Foundation (a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization), which was started by her mother, Jeanie and herself in 2009. This foundation was established to ensure that NO CHILD is ever turned away from shooting or target sports merely for financial reasons. The Youth Target Foundation hosts the DFW Metroplex Youth league and continues to keep Shellee busy educating youth and women within shooting sports. The Foundation along with Shellee’s other non-profit organization, Start Caring Wellness (www.startcaring.org) which helps fight childhood obesity, hosted and directed the 2009 North Texas Outdoor EXPO for over 5000 people. Shellee enjoys working with many charities to raise money through shooting sports.
Shellee is also part-owner of Lipstick and Lead, and is the director of all promotions and media for Jeanie. Shellee loves it when she can get a few minutes to shoot a couple of targets. “The shooting world and shooting sports have been very good to my family. I want to continue that tradition and education to others,” Shellee shares.
Shellee has starred in Lipstick and Lead’s two educational videos on the market- Lipstick and Lead (Shotgun Basics)- Handguns and High Heels (Handgun Basics for Women)
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Tiffany Andrus grew up in a small town in Southern Alberta, Canada. She was the middle child in a family of five girls and two boys. Her love of guns started young. Having a father who was an avid goose and duck hunter helped spark her interest in shotguns. One of the highlights she enjoyed while living in Canada was her families annual Thanksgiving Goose Hunting Trip.
She has been working under Mama Jeanie’s instruction now for the past few years. “I have always had a lot of respect for Jeanie,” says Tiffany. They have known each other for nearly twenty years and guns have always been one of the things they have had in common. When not working at the range, Tiffany enjoys spending time with her family, whether they are riding horses, playing basketball or visiting with her large extended family.
Tiffany currently holds the following Certifications & Credentials:
I’ve been shooting since I was very young. My father is an avid hunter and he made sure that my siblings and I knew our way around guns. I grew up shooting rifles and shotguns, and have gone bird hunting and deer and elk hunting. From there it was an easy transition into the world of clay target shooting.
I started shooting Sporting Clays and 5-stand under the tutelage of Jeanie Almond a little over two years ago. She is a wonderful instructor, and she tucked me under her wing and began training me to become one of her instructors.
While I don’t shoot competitively, I do it for the pure enjoyment of the sport. The ever changing nature of the sport makes it a unique and fun experience each time I head out to shoot.
Since I work with Jeanie, I get the opportunity to meet with people who are brand-new to clay target shooting. I love to see the joy and excitement that happens when someone breaks their first clay target.
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