OWNER, TEAM LEADER
Jeff’s bio coming soon!
Sarah is a Coal Miner’s daughter from right here in Morgantown. Prior to moving back to her beloved Mountain State, she traveled the country, and world, as a Producer creating innovative work focused on community-centered problem solving and community development. In addition to her work at CrossFit Morgantown, she is also a local radio personality hosting “Jeff & Sarah In the Morning” on WKKW and “Talk of the Town with Dave & Sarah” on WAJR.
At CrossFit Morgantown, Sarah serves as the Managing Director. In her role, she uses her extensive background in business management and community engagement to help move the CFM mission forward. She is the proud wife of CFM Owner and C.E.O., Jeff Giosi, and mother to their spirited sons, Arlen and Mackie.
Cam comes to CrossFit Morgantown from the City of Oaks, Raleigh, North Carolina, where he was born and raised. He is the father of 2 boys, WYatt and Fin, who are just as wild as he is. Cam is a Crossfit Level 1 coach, CrossFit Strongman coach, and an NASM certified personal trainer Cam comes from a Strongman and Highland games background, where CrossFit allows him to be competitive with others who outweigh him by 100lbs. Always looking for a thrill, Cam has competed as well in Powerlifting, and more exciting, bull riding for a number of years. Always looking to better himself and the people he coaches, Cam is looking forward to pursuing his CFL2 this year as well as other continuing education opportunities. Outside of the gym, you will find Cam and Katie running around Cams family farm with his 2 boys, or cheering on his beloved Steelers.
Leanne’s bio coming soon!
Katie O’Connor, Ohio native who played Tuba in the Ohio State University Marching Band. Other hobbies include banging away on her piano and creating art. She has created a few logos for members of CFM, local podcasts, and crazy shirts with Cam.
Katie started her lifting career seven years ago when she moved to Morgantown, WV. Humble beginnings in an Olympic Weightlifting class at the Health Science Center. It wasn’t until 2 years later she started competing in Strongman and Powerlifting where she started to gain traction in the strength world. Katie is Nationally Ranked and hopes to continue to compete for as long as humanly possible.