Our Team

Campbell Lillard • 

Campbell has been working in both the fitness and nonprofit industries since 2018 after serving a ten-year sentence in Texas State Prison. During his incarceration, Campbell realized that there was much about himself he did not like, however training showed him that he could change if he set an intention and applied work. This realization led him on an obsessive quest to become the best version of himself he possibly could through subjecting himself to stress and challenge. He believes fitness is the relentless pursuit of growth.

Today, he is passionate about using his unique life experiences to relate to and empower others. It is his mission to help others discover their inner strength so that they might realize the fullest expression of themselves. He uses movement as an effective place to start the conversation and believes in showing up 100 percent for the people he serves. It is his drive that led him to Los Angeles to develop and train at the best gym in the world and provide similar opportunities for others like him.



Logan Gelbrich • 

Born in Santa Monica, Logan feels right at home coaching at DEUCE Gym. With a background in collegiate (University of San Diego) and professional (San Diego Padres) baseball, Logan is used to high performance, heavy workloads, and accountability.

Luckily, Logan was blessed enough to work with world renowned strength and conditioning coaches, sports psychologists, and nutritionists during his career. It’s during this time that the seeds were sown for the belief system that led him to both the CrossFit Games and Strongman Nationals. These experiences guide his coaching today.

Forever a “student of the game,” Logan is always looking to strengthen and question his understanding of humans. Today his work includes his best selling book, “Going Right: A Logical Justification for Pursuing Your Dreams”, and diverse offerings of education in leadership and group dynamics via the Hold the Standard™ Summit and Hold the Standard™ Podcast, and consultancy.


Cianna Miller • 
Director of Operations

Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Cianna joined DEUCE Gym in February 2023 where she instantly found a beloved community. She currently serves as the Director of Operations for DEUCE Community and is co-founder of Limitless, DEUCE Community’s new youth program. Coaching youth sports and fitness has always been a part of her life and she is beyond excited for the opportunity to run Limitless alongside Coach Jose.

Cianna’s career expands from healthcare administration to various social service programs. During her time in the non-profit sector, she had the opportunity to work in mental health services, after-school enrichment programs, and cultural programs in the arts and music.

Cianna recognizes that every person is unique and works to address the diverse needs of program participants, through integration of physical, mental, and socio-emotional methods which empowers them on their journey towards realizing their limitless potential.

With a deep dedication to social service, Cianna has discovered one significant theme: the intrinsic value of human connection. In every encounter, she reaffirms her belief that it is the people— their stories, their journey, and their triumphs—that provide her work with purpose.

Jose Bojorquez • 
Director of Programs

In July 2021, Jose arrived at Amistad from Prison, a re-entry program located in Los Angeles, California. That's where it all started for him. Jose had been introduced to DEUCE Community Inc. and their coaches, where he began to see the world in a different light including himself. At DEUCE gym, Jose benefited from an amazing community and support system where he quickly learned about a growth mindset. Jose soon started developing himself as a leader, entrepreneur, and mentor. While interning at DEUCE gym Jose was also working on his detailing business (clean slate mobile detailing) and CJL, an Americorps program that is designed to help those affected by the DJJ Justice system.

Since then Jose has been a part of multiple non-profit organizations, where he has continued his development as a leader and mentor. Formally Jose was working with RISE, a program within St John community health, where he had a caseload of 30-plus returning citizens. Jose has been able to solidify himself in the re-entry community where he uses his lived experience to connect with those who currently find themselves in the same place he once did. With his newfound experience and knowledge, Jose is seeking to change the stigma associated with those who have been justice-impacted one person at a time.


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