CO-FACILITATOR & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

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MADISON GRANGER

NCSF certified personal trainer, HKC certified kettlebell instructor

Madison Granger wears a handful of hats at Coaching the Whole Athlete, from facilitating workshops, to supporting coach reflection one-on-one, to building business partnerships. She is passionate about using athletics as a tool to give people joy and help them succeed in all areas of their lives.


Like Brianna, Madison came to this work from her experiences as an athlete. While at Duke, she was fortunate to serve as a two-year captain for the Women’s Track and Field/XC team and climb the ranks to compete as a top miler in the ACC. She also had the honor of representing her peers across the ACC as a student-athlete Autonomy Representative. In her post-collegiate years, Madison has navigated chronic injuries, lived through ensuing identity crises, and gradually found her way back to having joy for her sport – all contributing to the understanding and empathy that she brings to her work with coaches and athletes.


Madison’s professional life has been shaped by her deep interests in health, culture, and the overall factors that fuel or inhibit sustainable high performance. These interests landed her first in the corporate wellness world, managing wellness programs for Fortune 500 companies.  During her time as a human capital management consultant, Madison supported clients in designing performance management systems that empower and incentivize their employees towards desired behaviors and outcomes. This work helps her to see the systems and incentives at play within a team, within an athletic department, and within broader athletic organizations. 


Finally, Madison is a coach. Her roles as both a personal trainer and a Girls on The Run coach gives her frequent opportunities to apply concepts from Coaching the Whole Athlete firsthand and grow towards being the transformational, holistic coach she aspires to be.

 

ADVISORS & CO-FACILITATORS

 
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CAMERON KIOSOGLOUS - ASSISTANT CLINICAL PROFESSOR, DREXEL

Cam is an assistant professor at Drexel University and National Team and Olympic coach with USRowing from the 2002 to 2018 including the 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games. He currently serves as the Coordinator of Sport Science at USRowing and has worked with a variety of organizations in coaching development. His research interest includes long-term coach learning, reflective practices and professionalization of coaching.

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JODY LANGDON - PROFESSOR OF EXERCISE SCIENCE & COACHING, GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY

Jody is a professor at Georgia Southern University. Her research and teaching focus on need supportive coaching and psychological aspects of sport. She also conducts classroom-based research in higher education. Previous to her appointment at Georgia Southern, she was a physical education teacher and coach. She holds a B.S. in Exercise and Sport Science (Athletic Training), a MS in Exercise and Sport Science (Pedagogy), and a PhD in Physical Education Teacher Education.

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SARAH MCQUADE - PERFORMANCE COACH DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT, DIRECTOR OF E.T.C COACHING CONSULTANTS, SENIOR DIRECTOR USTA

Sarah has over 20 years experience as a performance coach development consultant. She is the Founding Director of e.t.c coaching consultants working with global sports organizations to build their coaching systems and create their coach development programs. Current  clients include the World Rowing Federation, US Olympic Committee, USA Football and United Soccer Coaches among others.