Big Green Bus HSV is directed by Will and LaDonna Quincy. The Quincy's moved to Madison, AL in 2012. They have two daughters, Ella and Allie Madison and a son, Drake. Together the Quincy Family shares their talents and love for sports with preschoolers throughout the Huntsville Area. The structured program that Big Green Bus HSV offers has given them the unique opportunity to educate on the benefits of living a healthy and active lifestyle.
Will has been involved with gymnastics since an early age. He trained at Armory Learning Arts Center in Montgomery, AL where he joined their competitive team at age 6. Will quickly progressed and earned multiple state champion titles. In 1993 he was Class IV Alabama State Champion and in 1995 he was Class III Alabama State Champion. He went on to represent Region 8 at a national level and was selected to train at the Olympic Training Campus in Colorado Springs, CO. After Will's competitive years he coached gymnastics before completing his degree in Business Management at Auburn University Montgomery. His mother, Diana Quincy was a judge for men's gymnastics and at one time was the only woman certified to judge a men's national level competition.
LaDonna has a background in baton twirling. She took lessons from nationally recognized instructors Shirley Ross and Jack DeVenney. LaDonna won the title of Miss Majorette of Alabama and went on to compete at a regional and national level. She taught majorette and dance lines across the state of Alabama while on staff at Halftime USA Camps. During college, LaDonna was a majorette for Auburn University while she earned her degree in Apparel Merchandising and a minor in Business.