Gerda Gregerson, ne Hofstatter, was born in Austria where she was a competitive tennis player,
skier, and fencer. She won the Austrian and International Junior Fencing Championships before
deciding to focus exclusively on pool (billiards). In 1990, after finishing her secondary education,
Gerda moved to Sweden to study and compete. Shortly thereafter, she garnered Europe's
top player ranking for two consecutive years before moving to the United States in 1993
to compete in the newly formed Women's Professional Billiards Association (WPBA) Classic Tour.
She then surprised the pool world when she won her first WPBA event. That same year, she was
named Austria's Athlete of the Year and given the keys to her hometown. Gerda's pool career
spanned two decades during which she became the 1995 World Champion. She won eight WPBA
tour events, the 1997 U.S. National Championship, 11 European Championships, and 17 Austrian
National Championships. Gerda has been seen and interviewed many times on ESPN in the
United States and on nationally televised sports broadcasts around the world. In 2018, Gerda
was inducted into both the BCA Hall of Fame and the WPBA Hall of Fame.
"I'm driven to achieve whatever I set my mind to. It's how I measure myself. I love the idea of
working with people to solve, what for many, will be the largest financial decision of their lives.
Travelling extensively in Asia, Europe, and the Americas has helped refine my knack for forming
trusting relationships with people from all walks of life."
Co-founder, Pool School in Paradise, 1996-2006
Co-founder, Allision Fisher World Champion Academy, 2001-2009
Full-time mom and wife, 2008-present
2006 BA Business, NYU magna cum laude
English and German: native proficiency; Swedish: fluent
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