GREEN MOUNTAIN COLLEGE
Summary of Experience
As the first Strength and Conditioning Coach in the 185 year history of Green Mountain College, I had the opportunity to collaboratively conceptualize, design, and deliver all facets of this role.
Manager and Leader.
Assist in a capital improvement campaign for the Athletic Training Room and Olympic Weight Room totaling approximately $20,000.
Direct all purchasing of equipment and subsequent facility design and layout to meet all standards set by the NSCA as well as federal, state, and local laws.
Assist in the purchasing of equipment and subsequent facility design and lout to meet all standards set by the NATA as well as federal, state, and local laws.
Train and oversee 1-2 undergraduate student-interns annually.
Work directly with 12 sports coaches in the recruitment and retention of over 200 incoming and current student-athletes annually.
State of Vermont NSCA Advisory Board Member.
Provide assistance to the regional coordinator with regard to site visits, media relations, event logistics, marketing, and volunteer management.
Speaker management before during and after conferences/clinics.
Serve as a liaison between the NSCA and the coaching community.
Promotion of NSCA activities to local and regional institutions and personnel.
Author and Presenter.
2016 NSCA Vermont State Clinic Presenter.
Creating a Highly Effective Training Environment.
Green Mountain College NCAA Grant Proposal - Lead author, co-authors include the Director of Athletics and President of the College.
Ethnic Minorities and Women's Internship Grant.
Coach and Educator.
Oversee the design and implementation of comprehensive strength and conditioning programs for 11 NCAA Division III varsity sports which includes approximately 180 student-athletes.
Conduct onboarding, evaluation, needs assessment, program design and implementation, and review of skill acquisition and performance characteristics of the student-athlete population.
Work collaboratively with the sports medicine staff in the rehabilitative and reconditioning process of injured athletes.
Conceptualize, design, and deliver education on various topics relative to athletic performance, health and wellness, and life skills to student-athletes, coaches, and athletic department administration. Activities include:
Round table discussion.
Review and reflection.
Conceptualize, design, deliver, and oversee an undergraduate internship. Including:
Curriculum development for practical/applied coursework.
Execution of coaching/teaching skills.
Review and evaluation of the real-world application.
Serve as an adjunct faculty member at Castleton State College (Castleton, VT). Courses taught include:
Advanced Strength and Conditioning.