I have 15 years of experience working in the NCAA Division I. Most recently, I served as the Assistant Athletic Director of Athletic Performance at Eastern Washington University. I spent three years working as a strength and conditioning coach at University of Michigan. Prior to that, I had stops at Oregon State and University of Idaho. In 2011, I graduated from the University of Idaho, where I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science and Health with a Minor in Coaching.
In my years of experience, all 15 of them have included working with football programs. I have been a part of teams with six bowl game appearances, as well as EWU’s runner-up finish in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision in 2018. I have worked with a total of seven different sports, including women’s basketball programs, which have advanced to the NCAA Tournament twice–with one Final Four appearance. I am also a USA Weightlifting Certified Sport Performance Coach and I received my certification from the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
I am passionate about performance in all realms and the pillars associated with human optimization. Wild Health is a perfect fit for my values, philosophies, and what I stand for. Coaching is a profession that I feel privileged to be a part of, and I feel that it is a great responsibility. I value the coach/client bond, and I believe that we are on the journey together. I want to give clients all the tools they need to live with health, vitality, passion, and vigor.