Kristina Cammack

Kristina CammackTiger Eyes Coordinator
telephone: (334) 590-6013

Kristina Cammack became the Tiger Eyes Coordinator and Primary Flag Line Instructor in summer of 2009, bringing with her years of experience in modern dance, jazz and ballet. Ms. Cammack discovered her love for marching band while attending Prattville High School where she served as color guard captain. She graduated in 1999. Following high school graduation, she attended Auburn University from 1999-2003. While at Auburn she was a member of the Auburn University Marching Band flag line. She was also a member of the AU Symphonic Band, University Concert Choir and Women’s Chorus. She was a member of the Tau Beta Sigma Service Sorority. Ms. Cammack left Auburn in 2004 to serve in the United States Air Force. While stationed in Washington, D.C., and at Travis Air Force base in California, Ms. Cammack served as a histopathology technician. While in the Air Force she received her certification as a Physical Training Fitness leader. Upon discharge from the Air Force, Ms. Cammack returned to Auburn in early 2009 where she currently resides. She is employed as a histopathology technician at The Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. She also works with the Sexual Assault Response Program as a sexual assault victim’s advocate.

Kimberly Karol Stewart

Kimberly StewartTiger Eyes Flag Line Instructor
telephone: (334) 749-1683

Kimberly Stewart serves as an instructor for the Auburn University Tiger Eyes Flag Line. Mrs. Stewart's love of music began with her first piano lesson at the age of four and expanded to include trumpet, flag, dance and most recently, Taiko. In addition to being an AUMB Flag Line alumnus, Mrs. Stewart has also coordinated, choreographed, and provided consultation to numerous high schools' flag lines throughout Alabama over the last 22 years. Mrs. Stewart is a 1989 graduate of Auburn University with a degree in Anthropology. She is employed with the Chambers County Department of Human Resources as a Financial Support Supervisor, where she oversees the Family Assistance, JOBS, Kinship Care and Home Daycare Licensing Programs. In 2006, she was selected to serve on the Chambers County Quality Assurance Committee, a committee that supports the Family and Children's Services division of the Department. In 2007, Mrs. Stewart was appointed as the municipal clerk for the Town of Cusseta, where she resides with her husband, Andy and son, Andrew. In her spare time, Mrs. Stewart studies and performs with Chambers County Taiko, a Japanese Taiko drum performance group.

Megan Watkins

Megan WatkinsTiger Eyes Majorette Instructor

Megan Watkins serves as the Tiger Eyes Majorette Instructor for the Auburn University Marching Band. Ms. Watkins started taking baton and dance lessons at the age of three. She was part of The Tallassee High School Women's Show Choir, Mixed Show Choir where she served as Dance Captain, Symphonic Band, Jazz Band, and Marching Band where she served as Majorette Captain. She is a 2010 graduate from Auburn University where she received her degree in Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. While attending AU, Ms. Watkins was a Majorette in the AUMB for five years, Top 25 Miss Glomerata, and the recipient of the Mallory Scholarship. She's served as choreographer, clinician, and instructor for several high school and college dance lines and majorettes. She recently appeared on the CMT series "Making the Team" for the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. Ms. Watkins currently teaches baton and dance lessons at The Heart of Dance studio in Tallassee, Alabama, is the director of the "Victor twirlers," and also works with the Tallassee High School Majorettes.

Julie Spain

Julie SpainTiger Eyes Danceline Instructor

Julie Spain became the Tiger Eyes Danceline Instructor in the summer of 2012. Ms. Spain grew up in Alexander City, Alabama, where she trained in a dance studio for over ten years. She was also a member of a dance company which allowed her to travel the east coast competing against peers, gathering new styles, and meeting renowned choreographers and dancers. Her variety of training led to a competition scholarship for Co. Dance and the opportunity to travel as part of Dance Olympus' VIP program. In addition to studio training, Ms. Spain helped build her high school's dance team. She was on the inaugural Benjamin Russell High School Dance Team and a captain for two years. Her team competed at UDA annually where she was named an All-American. Ms. Spain represented Tallapoosa County in the 2007 Alabama Junior Miss program. (now Distinguished Young Women). Following high school, she attended Auburn University where she was a member of the Tiger Eyes Danceline. Ms. Spain graduated in 2011 with her BA in graphic design and works for a design and graphics firm in the Auburn area. She was the coach and choreographer for Opelika High School's Showstopper kickline for 2011 and continues to attend dance workshops and judge tryouts and competitions in the southeast.