KILLINGTON MOUNTAIN SCHOOL
Summary of Experience
As the first Strength and Conditioning Coach at the Killington Mountain School, I had the opportunity to collaboratively conceptualize, design, and deliver all facets of this role.
Manager and Leader.
Direct all facets of the 1,000 square foot Killington Mountain School Weight Room including:
Planning, scheduling, and organization of events.
Maintenance of building and equipment.
Purchasing of equipment and supplies.
Drafting and implementation of facility policies and procedures.
Direct the rebuild and redesign of the Killington Mountain School weight room and development of the athlete recovery center.
Direct project funding through the sale of tangible fixed assets, campaign funding, and sponsorship funding.
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.
Broker and implement a sponsorship agreement with the company New Balance.
Work directly with 15-20 sports coaches in the recruitment and retention of over 60 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.
NSCA Strength of America Award application.
Strength of America Award recognizes high schools that represent the gold standard in strength and conditioning programs.
2013 Vermont Alpine Injury Research Group Presenter.
Injuries in Developmental Skiers at Killington Mountain School: A Case Study
Present to Killington Mountain School coaches, administration, and staff on matters relative to athletic performance.
Coach and Educator.
Oversee the design and implementation of comprehensive strength and conditioning programs for 75 student-athletes ages 12 to 24.
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 at iSport Clinic 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, sports coaches, and school administration. Activities include:
Round table discussion.
Review and reflection.