Jack is considered "the swiss army knife" in his role as the Business Manager for AC4SA. One of Jack's primary roles is finding sports organizations and schools (public/private) with similar academic philosophies and objectives to prepare the student-athletes to thrive at the collegiate level.
Over a span of 20 years, Jack has experienced much of what a parent and family can experience through the trials, tribulations, and triumphs of his children's student-athlete journeys from middle school to high school, prep school, college, and even professional sports. On top of that, Jack also coached and managed travel and AAU girls/boys basketball and baseball teams and coached 4 years of high school football. One of those proud coaching memories includes working as an assistant football coach at an underserved high school football team that made the state playoffs.
Combining his family's student-athlete experiences with club and high school sports and then running his own business has resulted in a unique perspective for giving advice and console to high school student-athletes, families, stakeholders, and partners.
All four of Jack and Kathleen's children were collegiate student-athletes on athletic scholarships, played all four years in college, and were their respective team captains. His three daughters went on to get their masters, and the Washington Nationals drafted their son in 2016. Jack's wife, Kathleen, played Division 1 basketball and was an excellent college student. She received her undergraduate degree in Math and went on to earn her Master's in Secondary Education.
Jack himself played 2 sports at a division 3 level but he performed below-average academically in high school and felt underprepared for college academics. While that did not stop him from receiving a bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management, the feeling that he was underprepared academically has played a large part in his decision to join our team and help student-athletes reach their full potential.