Board of Directors

Adam Cohen

Red Bank:  All Star Coordinator & Minors Division Player Agent

Adam is a Monmouth County native who moved to Red Bank in 2003.  He is a graduate of Rutgers University where he earned a double major in Finance and Economics.  He has three kids, Jake (15), Brooke (12) and Ari (10) who have all been multi-sport athletes since kindergarten.  Adam has been coaching both sons’ baseball teams for the past 10 years.  When not coaching or rooting for his kids, and in lieu of sleep, he is the owner of AJC Woodworking, a fine furniture and custom carpentry business.  He and his wife also own Support Connection, a New Jersey agency that provides support coordination services to assist individuals with developmental disabilities and their families in gaining access to needed program and State plan services.

Derek Fisher

Shrewsbury: Vice President

Derek moved to Rumson when he was three years old and has been a lifelong resident of the Two River Little League (TRLL) communities.  He attended Dean Porter, Forrestdale and Rumson Fair Haven (RFH) Regional High School, graduating in 1987.  Derek played three years of varsity baseball at RFH followed by four years of Division I baseball at Bucknell University.  He graduated from Bucknell with a Civil Engineering Degree and then went on to Monmouth University and earned his MBA.  Mr. Fisher is a Regional Manager for Kleinfelder, a $400M engineering firm with offices throughout the US, Canada, and Australia.  Mr. Fisher was named to the Board of Directors at Kleinfelder in 2015 and currently serves on the compensation and litigation committees.  Derek married a lifelong resident of Little Silver, Malinda McNally.  He and Malinda currently live in Shrewsbury with their two children, Ryan (9) and Kylie (11), both of whom enjoy playing baseball and softball respectively within the TRLL program.  Derek contributes much time to youth sports in the area including coaching the Jersey Shore Hurricanes travel baseball team as well as his daughter's basketball team.

Joe Haelig

Red Bank: Safety Officer

A Red Bank resident for over 19 years, Joe and his wife Laura, have two sons, Evan (10)  and Colin (8).  Joe attended the Toms River school system and Ocean County College.  A former real estate developer and political consultant, Joe’s passion for the water always led him back to the Jersey Shore.  Since 2000, Joe owns and operates an aquaculture farm (clams) located in Beach Haven, New Jersey. Joe has been a Two River Little League coach for Red Bank for the past three (3) years.  Last year, Joe also coached the 2019 AYF – Red Bank Football (8U) team.

David Hendrickson

Rumson:  League Information Officer

David is a life-long resident of Rumson, NJ.  He attended Deane Porter, Forestdale and graduated from RFH in 1993.  While attending RFH he played multiple sports but lettered in Varsity Baseball, Basketball, and Track and Field. He attended the University of Central Florida, graduating with a Bachelors's in Criminal Justice/Sociology.  After college, he came back to his roots and began working for the family business, where his efforts continue to this day (Custom Apparel and Promotional Products Industry). David has been involved in producing a wide range of custom items to recreations departments, booster clubs, schools, teams, and corporations, to name a few. He has extensive knowledge of working within these groups and has a trail of happy repeat customers to back him up!  Most of his spare time is spent coaching and volunteering within Rumson and the surrounding two river communities.  His son David (12) currently plays in TRLL and also on the 12U Rumson Dawgs travel baseball team. His son Tyler (6) enjoyed his first year of baseball last spring and David is looking forward to many successful years to come involved in TRLL. He is a hands-on hardworking father of 3. Chief amongst David’s strengths is his very approachable personality, positive attitude, and kids-come-first mentality.

William Hoy

Rumson:  Coaching Coordinator

William moved to Rumson in 2016, from Jersey City, with his wife Megan, son Alex, and newborn daughter Wynne. New to the area, their family quickly fell in love with the Two Rivers area and people. Originally growing up just outside NE Philadelphia, he is a lifelong Philly sports fan, meaning by birth his two kids are too. Lettering in multiple sports, William attended Drexel University in Philly, played on the baseball team, and earned his major in engineering. He currently works as a manager at the local global technology consulting firm, Forefront, headquartered in Fair Haven. William’s kids are just entering the sports ages, and one of his achievements to-date has been successfully running a “sandlot” baseball team, when the pandemic shut down sports. What started out with 2 kids, quickly morphed into 20+ over the course of a few weeks. William is extremely excited to join the board, and looks forward to continuing to coach and create great experiences for the next generation of kids.

Dan Kilkeary

Fair Haven: Umpire Coordinator/Game Reporter

Dan and his wife, Toni, moved to Fair Haven in 2013 with their three children Will, Ellie, and Mae (now 9, 7 and 6, respectively). The move was a bit unconventional as they relocated from Pittsburgh, PA rather than more traditional spots like NYC or Hoboken. In fact, Toni never saw the house they bought in Fair Haven until they arrived with the moving van. With almost no initial knowledge of the town, they have settled into the community. Dan has been active with Fair Haven Baseball the last 3 years coaching Rec and travel teams. Toni is involved with the WEforum, Fair Haven PTA, teaches CCD at Church of Nativity, and works full time supporting our family of 5.  Dan was a pitcher for Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania earning a PSAC Conference Championship, NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship, and played in the Division II College World Series. He later earned an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh. Dan now works for Jetcraft buying and selling corporate aircraft from his office in Atlantic Highlands.

Adam Loucks

Shrewsbury: President 

Adam moved to Little Silver when he was entering the 6th grade and he attended both Markham Place and Red Bank Regional High School (Go Bucs!).  After high school, Adam earned his Bachelor’s degree studying Finance from Virginia Tech.  Over the course of these years, Adam was deeply involved in multiple student-body organizations as well as organized sports including baseball, basketball, and football.  It was at RBR where Adam met his wife Laura, and today they live in Shrewsbury with four amazing children (Ava, Ronan, Lia, and AJ).  Among many other activities and interests, their children are passionate baseball and softball players in the TRLL and Shrewsbury Canes programs.  Professionally, Adam works for a global asset management firm where he leads corporate development and merger & acquisition efforts.  In his role, Adam sources, diligences, structures, and executes new M&A transactions in leading asset managers to help facilitate growth and strengthen client offerings.  Given the passion that Adam and his family share for the games of softball and baseball, he is delighted to serve on the TRLL Board and hopefully make the game as enjoyable for the children of this community as it was for himself when he was a kid!

Greg Shields

Little Silver:  Player Agent

Greg moved to Little Silver in 2012 with his wife Lauren, who was born and raised in the area. Their four children (Will-9, Jack-7, Braeden-7, and Camryn-6) are active in TRLL, as well as other local and travel sports. Greg grew up in the Philadelphia area and attended Drexel University, where he graduated with a BS from the Lebow College of Business. Mr. Shields is currently the Director of Operations at Tri-State Light & Energy, a regional energy services company. Since assuming that position, he has led an expansion in the breadth of services that continue to drive revenue growth. Greg continues to be a lifelong fan of all 4 of Philly’s professional sports teams, regardless of how poorly they’ve treated him over the years. In addition to representing Little Silver on the TRLL board of directors, Greg is also a founding member of the Little Silver Baseball and Softball Committee, and a member of the Little Silver Recreation Committee, where he serves as the baseball coordinator. When not at a meeting or with his family, Greg can typically be found at one of the local fields or gyms coaching youth sports. Greg is the head coach of the Jersey Shore Thunder travel baseball team.

Brad Weisgerber

Fair Haven: Treasurer

Brad moved to Fair Haven from Chatham, NJ in 2017. He and his wife Katie, a New Jersey native, both graduated from Villanova University in 2001.  Together, they have three children Luke (8), Bryn (6) and Drew (4).  Brad is active in the community by volunteering to coach their children’s youth sports teams.  Katie serves on the Fair Haven PTA board, teaches CCD at the Church of Nativity, and is affiliated with several local charities.  When not coaching or spending time with his family, Brad is a Partner and Head Trader at Casdin Capital, a New York City-based healthcare investment fund focused on financing the next generation of life science innovation. He is a Rhode Island native that lettered in baseball and hockey and enjoys golf in his spare time.

Damon Zappacosta

Little Silver: Secretary

Damon and his wife Kara moved to Little Silver in November of 2016. They previously lived in New York City and Hoboken. They have two sons (Samuel, age 5, and Michael, age 2) and are expecting a daughter in February. Damon grew up in Springfield, Delaware County, just fifteen minutes from where the Philadelphia Eagles and the Philadelphia Phillies (the first two loves of his life) play their home games. A lefty, he played two years of varsity first base for Springfield High and went on to receive a degree in English from Boston College. He is a partner and the head of sales for ACA Compliance Group, a global consulting, tech, and cybersecurity firm that is headquartered in New York City. He has worked there since 2004. While he had to put volunteer work on hold due to the responsibilities that are inherent to a devoted father and professional (during his post-college years in Philadelphia, he served in the Big Brother Program), Damon is passionate about youth sports and the potentially positive impact they can have on kids. A bit of a lifelong baseball junky, he is extremely excited to work with this board.