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Douglas W. Palmer
20406 Little Bear Creek Road
#76
Woodinville, WA 98076
Cell Phone – (206)351-2080
Email – dpalmer75@gmail.com
LinkedIn Account - www.linkedin.com/in/DouglasWPalmer1
Employment History
Director of Athletics & Wellness/Recreation
Shoreline Community College
July 1, 2009 to November 12th, 2013
Director of Physical Education, Athletics & Intramurals
Shoreline Community College
January 24, 2007 to June 30, 2009
Associate Athletic Director
University of West Florida
July 1, 1998 to June 30, 2006
Assistant Athletic Director
University of West Florida
July 1, 1993 to June 30, 1998
Softball Coach/Assistant to Athletic Director
University of West Florida
July 1, 1985 to June 30, 1993
Hitting Coach – Florida State Softball
Florida State University
January 1, 1984 to August 1, 1985
Assistant Coach – South Carolina Volleyball/Softball
University of South Carolina
January 1, 1983 to December 30, 1983
Student Assistant – Winthrop Volleyball/Softball
Winthrop College (now University)
January 1, 1980 to August 1, 1982
Student Assistant – Winthrop Intramurals/Recreation
Winthrop College (now University)
September 1, 1978 to January 1, 1980
Milliken Textile Mill – Union, SC
Summer – 1977
Education:
Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
Master’s Degree (MS) – Athletic Administration – 1984
Winthrop College (now University), Rock Hill, SC
Bachelor’s Degree – Physical Education – 1982
Lockhart High School, Lockhart, SC
Diploma – College Prep, 1978
Employment and Responsibilities History
Shoreline Community College
From January 2007 to November, 2013
 Director of Athletics and Wellness/Recreation – July 1, 2009 to November 12,
2013
 Director of Physical Education, Athletics and Intramurals – January 24, 2007 to
June 30, 2009
Major Overall SCC Responsibilities:
 Work in a diverse culture with a strong international student population and
students from many ethnic, economic and social backgrounds
 Work for student success in both academic and athletic endeavors and to
educate and motivate students in regards to remaining in college and its effect on
success in their lives
 Report to the Dean of Health Occupations, Physical Education, Athletics and
Business (HOPE) – Direct Supervisor for 5 years
 Report to and work with Vice-President of Student Affairs & the Dean of Student
Affairs as needed – Direct Supervisor for 2 years, Vice President position was cut
due to budget cuts and reduced to a Dean’s position
 Strategic plan for athletics and recreation/intramural programs to include 5 and
10 year plans which have measurable goals and objectives
 Work with Foundation Office to raise funds for athletics and the college as a
whole as well as develop and maintain a “Homecoming” event for the college
 Work with Foundation Office to develop a college alumni list (athletic eligibility
lists were well maintained from past records)
 Write and maintain athletics’ mission statement and philosophy with input from
coaches, staff and student-athletes
 Make college, coaches, staff and student-athlete’s aware of department’s
mission statement and philosophy
 Supervise 9 sports in varsity athletic program
 Knowledge of NCAA, NAIA, NWAACC and NJCAA rules and regulations
 Supervised 3 full-time faculty and several associate instructors in PE
 Promote and develop campus wide “Wellness” programs for students, faculty
and staff
 Supervise campus recreational and intramural programs
 Research and pursue outside grants for physical education, recreation, wellness
and athletics as available
 Maintain and develop campus athletic, physical education and recreation
facilities and work with Director of Facilities on long term projects and plans to
enhance athletic and recreational facilities
 Work with the City of Seattle Parks, City of Shoreline Parks and Recreation and
the Shoreline School District to use outdoor facilities for SCC Athletics
 Work with and support students in athletics, physical education, intramurals and
recreation, student government and general population
 Work with SCC student government on the athletic budget each year to garner
and maintain resources for varsity athletics, intramurals, wellness and recreation
for the campus
 Report each year to the SCC Board of Trustees and upper administration of the
college the FTE generation athletics brings to the college and revenue generated
by athletics for the college (estimated $4,000,000 at last count)
 Ensure Title IX regulations are followed and prepare Federal Title IX report each
year
 Work with academic counselors to monitor and maintain athletic eligibility and
academic progress to finish a degree or certificate at the college
 Hire and supervise coaches, part-time intramural instructors and other
employees plus orient and mentor new employees to the department
 Evaluate full-time and part-time staff on an annual basis
 Support college endeavors at public events such as festivals, award
presentations, ceremonies, scholarship drives, etc. to develop positive
community relations
 Facilitate contracts and development between the college and the local
community for use of facilities and programs at SCC
 Represent the college for athletic meetings and external gatherings with outside
groups
 Provide leadership for curriculum development of Physical Education classes by
full-time and associate faculty
 Develop and administer fundraising plans for department, teams and other
specific groups inside department to support scholarships, travel, equipment, etc.
 Develop and maintain class schedules along with teaching assignments for PE
faculty and Recreation instructors
 Write and edit manuals for student-athletes, coaches and other members of the
department staff to educate and remind of proper athletic policies and
procedures
 Supervise and manage Shoreline Community College’s Gym and Fitness Center
 Maintain and develop athletic website along with separate websites for
intramurals, vitality and wellness
 Mange and develop social media platforms to market and promote athletic,
recreation/intramural and wellness programs
SCC Team and Program Successes:
Shoreline Community College had won 7 NWAACC Region Championships from the
mid-1960s until January of 2007. Shoreline won 6 regionals from January of 2007 to
November 2013 under Athletic Director Doug Palmer’s guidance and supervision.
 Men’s Basketball – Won NWAACC Northern Region for 2nd time in school history
 Women’s Volleyball – Won back to back NWAACC Northern Region titles for the
first time in school history
 Men’s Soccer – Won NWAACC Northern Region for 2nd time in school history
 Softball – Won NWAACC Northern Region for the 2nd time in school history
 Women’s Soccer won back to back NWAACC Northern Region Championships
for the first time in school history.
 Women’s Soccer finished 3rd in the NWAACC Final Four twice in back to back
years
 Men’s Basketball – Went 3-1 at NWAACC Men’s Basketball Championship for
the best showing in school history (Consolation Championship, 4th place)
 Baseball – Recorded 23-23 record in 2013, the first .500 record for baseball team
in 23 years
 Men’s Tennis finished 2nd in the NWAACC Championship 3 times in 7 years.
 Women’s Tennis had doubles champions in the NWAACC for the 2nd time in
school history
 Athletic Department tripled fundraising efforts under Doug Palmer’s guidance and
work
 Athletic Department graduation and retention rates improved during this period
 Athletic Department generated $4,000,000 in revenue for the college annually
while costing the college about $600,000 for a 3.4 million dollar profit.
 All SCC athletic teams were able to have “Live” internet game broadcasts of
home games plus a “YouTube” site devoted for storage and viewing of all home
games and many away games
 Developed athletic academic clubs to honor student-athletes with a 3.00 GPA or
higher. Green Club (3.00 GPA to 3.49), Gold Club (3.50 GPA to 3.99), Dolphin
Club (4.00 GPA)
Athletics:
 Supervise 9 sports to include: Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Volleyball, Men’s
Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Softball, Baseball, Men’s Tennis and Women’s
Tennis
 Work within a moderately funded program to maximize program potential
 Hire and supervise athletic coaches plus orient and mentor new coaches
 Raise Funds – Ticket sales (both game and seasonal), concessions,
sponsorships, signage, fundraising events
 Help develop and support individual team fundraising events and campaigns
 Gain approval for all newly developed fundraising projects through the Financial
Service Office and the SCC Foundation
 Maintain Title IX compliance in all aspects of athletics and other areas of
department
 Develop and maintain a brand for “SCC Athletics” that creates an identity for the
department and can be recognized on the campus and in the community
 Brand athletic department with program and team logos for recognizable
identities on the campus, the local area and regional community
 Market and promote athletic program to local and regional areas plus national
exposure when possible
 Work with coaches on recruiting visits of student-athletes to “Meet and Greet”
potential player and family
 Public speaker to local and regional area to promote athletic department and
college
 Develop social media plan and implement the use Facebook, Twitter, YouTube,
LinkedIn, Google Plus, Foursquare and other platforms for marketing of athletic
programs and other programs for recreation and wellness
 Prepare media releases and distribute to local news and community blogs,
Facebook and other social media sites that athletics or the college uses
 Update and maintain campus athletic website and campus athletic news page
 Update and maintain Recreation, Intramural and Wellness websites plus the
Vitality Program Facebook page for the college and the local community
 Developed Green, Gold and Dolphin Academic Clubs for student-athletes with
3.00 GPA or higher and promote winners to campus, community and regionally
 Developed athletic budgets and presented to Student Government for approval
 Merge college athletic budget, student athletic funds and fundraised monies into
one usable budget to meet the needs of the department
 Supervise and maintain over 50 athletic related budgets in three major fund
sources plus several minor funding sources.
 Approve travel and purchasing requests by teams
 Approve sport team schedules and schedule games as necessary
 Hire and work with officials for all team home games
 Maintain supervision for gym and fitness center to ensure safe participation
 Work with SCC Foundation on college events such as Homecoming and the
Foundation Breakfast plus coordinate athletic fundraisers with the Foundation.
 Work with City of Shoreline Parks and Recreation, City of Seattle Parks and
Shoreline School District on renting and reserving outdoor facilities for SCC
practice and games
 Supervise game management at all home games
 Facilitate physical upgrades for athletic game management to include clocks,
shot clocks, scoreboards, rented facilities, field surfaces, game tables, etc.
 Reconcile and deposit tickets and concession sales from games and events
 Building scheduler for physical education, athletics, recreation/intramurals,
student clubs and rental groups
 Develop and administer summer camp programs and continuing education
classes as fundraisers for the athletic department
 Attend summer fairs to market and promote summer athletic camps to
community
 Developed summer camp website to market and promote SCC Athletic Summer
Camps and take online payments by credit cards (not possible on main SCC
website for camps)
 Hire and contract with certified athletic trainer or company each year to provide
athletic training services for all home games and practice, plus rehab services.
 Evaluate risk management issues at all times in gym and update supervisor on a
regular basis with any concerns or work with Maintenance to fix minor concerns
 Encourage and maintain full rosters to increase college’s FTE count
 Serve as Sports Information Director for athletics
 Work with the athletic department equipment manager to inventory department
and team equipment, uniforms and all other items associated with athletics
NWAACC Responsibilities (Athletic Conference)
 Maintain NWAACC eligibility
 Work with campus registrar to certify student-athletes as eligible to compete
 NWAACC coaches’ certifications and SCC standards such as van driving, CPR,
First Aid and AED certifications
 NWAACC Financial Aid Summary
 Serve as NWAACC Commissioner
 Serve on NWAACC Northern Region Committee
 Serve as NWAACC Northern Region Soccer Chair
 Serve as Coordinator of NWAACC Soccer All-Star games (Men’s and Women’s)
 Serve on NWAACC Soccer Championship Committee
 Write NWACC Petitions for student-athletes as needed
 Travel to NWAACC required meetings at conference and regional levels
 Host NWAACC Crossover tournaments when rotated to SCC
 Host NWAACC Playoffs when opportunities were available
Athletic Coaches, Staff and Students
 Supervise two full-time classified employees and 8 part-time head coaches and 8
paid part-time assistant coaches and several volunteer coaches
 Hire coaches and staff and educate and monitor their development as employees
 Work with student-athletes to develop and sustain their positive welfare in athletic
and academic goals
 Fill out paperwork and approve all volunteers working in the athletic department
 Find, train and supervise athletic interns for the department from a variety of
sources
 Evaluate coaches, assistants, instructors and other staff on a regular basis
 Work with faculty and classified unions on potential issues and resolutions
 Evaluate coaches’ and assistant’s behavior at games and in practice situations
 Encourage and support staff/coaches professional development when available
 Reprimand and/or enforce college policy to coaches, assistants, instructors, staff
as necessary
 Separate the college from coaches, assistants, instructors and staff as needed
 Meet with coaches/staff as individuals and as a group on regular schedule to
ensure everyone is up to date on campus, division, department and program
news and receive feedback from individuals and teams about their programs.
 Wrote and edited student-athlete handbook, coaches handbook and game
management handbook for department and update as needed
 Meet with teams and individuals to inform student-athletes about conference
rules, academic support, path to degrees/certificates and eligibility rules at four
year college associations to ensure the student can make informed decisions
about his/her future academic and athletic development.
 Work with Financial Aid office to develop program to notify student-athletes about
the financial aid process and help guide students through the process.
 Take student-athletes and coaches to the Board of Trustees meetings three
times a year to market and promote accomplishments of students and staff
 Work with campus staff and faculty to promote and market our recreation,
intramural and wellness programs to their healthy benefit, as well as market and
promote the athletics and physical education programs.
Recreation, Wellness and Intramurals:
 Supervise program coordinator, instructors and student workers
 Maintain Wellness/Recreation website
 Work with student government each year to secure continued funding for
intramural and recreation programs
 Put on annual Wellness Fair for college and local community
 Hire instructors in various fitness areas
 Develop and supervise wellness and recreational events
 Maintain Vitality program and Vitality Facebook page
 Market and promote program to students, faculty and staff
 Received grant from King County for Tobacco Awareness Week on campus
 Work with the State of Washington’s Wellness Coordinator to communicate state
resources available to faculty and staff for individual/department wellness
 Work with student government to survey students on what activities they wished
to participate in during the academic year
 Work with and support student groups in their club or program activities in the
gym or our outdoor facilities
 Lead gym tours of athletic/recreational facilities during orientation for students
Physical Education
 Member of the State of Washington College Physical Education Instructors
Association
 Supervise three full-time instructors (all positions were lost in state budget cuts)
 Supervise numerous associate instructors
 Maintain fulltime instructors a proper load of classes
 Evaluate part-time faculty
 Develop class schedules
 Develop classes to meet the needs of the campus, department and students
 Encourage professional development for both associate and full-time faculty
 Meet with full-time faculty on a regular basis both individually and in group
sessions
 Communicate with all faculty on a regular basis on state, campus, division and
department news and updates and receive feedback from faculty on their classes
and needs.
 Maintain pool of substitute instructors in all disciplines taught in PE Department
 Serve on the Planning Committee for the HOPE Division
SCC Committees:
 Chair & Member – Wellness Committee
 Chair – Vitality Committee (sub-committee of Wellness Committee)
 Member – Strategic Planning and Budget Committee for college (3 years)
 Member – Op-Com Committee – Director level and higher employees at college
 Member – Opening Week Committee
 Member – Several hiring committees
Educational Seminars As Employee:
 Violence In the Work Place
 Sexual Harassment
 Ethics
 Working With Classified Union
 Working With Faculty Union
 Communication Techniques
 Title IX Seminars (Off Campus)
 Supervisory Skills
 Several other topics covered
Shoreline, WA Community Outreach and Service:
Shoreline Chamber of Commerce
 President
 Vice-President
 Secretary
 Past President
 Member of the Chamber Board
 Chair of Chamber’s Executive Board
 Member of the Chamber Executive Board (5 years)
 SCC representative to the Chamber Board
 Chair – Taste of Shoreline event – Part of Solar-Fest
 Member of Auction Committee, Chamber’s major fundraiser for year
 Work festivals and other events at Chamber table or serve as representative
 Public speaker for the Chamber at City Council meetings
 Master of Ceremonies at Business Grand Openings
 Member of the Green/Sustainability Committee
 Member of the Chamber Ambassadors
 Developed and maintained Chamber Facebook Page
 Represented the Chamber on the City of Shoreline Emergency Operation
Committee
 Moved one Chamber Luncheon to the SCC Campus per year and featured a
college speaker each event
Shoreline Dollars for Scholars - Scholarship arm of the Shoreline Chamber of
Commerce:
 President – 5 years
 Vice President – 2 years
 Member of Board – 1 year
 Raised funds through events such as raffles, wine/cheese and music social, DFS
portion of Chamber Auction, letter campaign, “Named” scholarships
 Planned and organized DFS Reception
 Presided over DFS Reception and found main speaker for event
 Developed PowerPoint presentation of award winners (Pictures and Personal
History of each winner)
 Recruited local leaders to the DFS Board
 Developed and maintained the Shoreline DFS Facebook page
 Moved the Dollars For Scholars Reception to the SCC Campus
Shoreline Breakfast Rotary
 Vice President
 Member – Rotary Scholarship review board (Pick student winners of
scholarships)
 History Day Judge
 Planning Committee and Volunteer – Rotary Run – Rotary Fundraiser
 Golf Tournament Committee for Rotary Club’s (Main Rotary fundraiser of the
year)
 Other Volunteer Work For Rotary - Food Lifeline, Clean Highway Project, Clean
schools, Clean Parks, Habitat for Humanity
 Planned and hosted two Rotary breakfast meetings per year on the SCC campus
and featured different areas of the college in informational sessions
City of Shoreline
 Member – Business Economic Development Committee for city
 Member – Celebrate Shoreline Committee (City wide festival and parade)
 Member – City of Shoreline Emergency Operation Committee as Chamber
representative to group
Other Community Service:
 Solar-Fest Committee – Solar energy festival
 Green Energy Summit – Solar energy summit at SCC
 University of West Florida – 1985 to 2006
 Softball Coach/Assistant to Athletic Director – August 1, 1985 to June 30th, 1993
 Assistant Athletic Director – July 1, 1993 to June 30, 1998
 Associate Athletic Director – July 1, 1998 to June 30, 2006
Softball Coach/Assistant to Athletic Director – 1985 to 1993
 Developed 90+ team “Spring Fling” program for Northern teams to spend their
spring breaks in Pensacola and play/practice softball at UWF or at other local
softball facilities
 Raised $30,000 per year though “Spring Fling” program from entry fees, hotel
and restaurant contracts with softball program, t-shirt sales, etc.
 Per UWF economic study, softball Spring Fling brought over $2,000,000 to the
local economy per year (research done prior to program reaching 90 teams)
 Two European Tours for UWF softball team – 1990 to Holland and Belgium,
1993 to Italy and Switzerland
 Multiple softball trips to different regions of the USA to include San Francisco,
New York and Colorado
 1993 NAIA National Softball Champions
 1993 NAIA Softball Coach of the Year
 1993 NFCA Softball Coach of the Year
 Won 483 games as head coach in 8 seasons
 26 All-Americans
 12 Academic All-Americans
 NAIA Softball Committee – President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer
 Chair – NAIA National Softball Championship Committee (Hosted 1990/1992)
 All-American Committee (4 years)
 Softball program was ranked for two consecutive years as the #1 team in the
country per the NAIA Softball Poll each week
 Softball program was seeded #1 at the NAIA National Tournament twice
 Softball team and athletic department hosted two NAIA National Tournaments –
1990 and 1992
 Handle all aspects of a college softball program to include recruiting, practice,
travel and game settings
 Fundraise for softball program – 100 Inning Game, Sponsors for softball media
guide, t-shirt sales, signs for outfield field
 Find and supervise softball and/or game management interns
 Game Management for all sports
 Sports Information for all sports (2 years)
Assistant Athletic Director – 1993 to 1998
 Led transition from NAIA to NCAA II
 Help add 9 sports to the athletic department
 Chaired or was on all hiring committees for all head coach searches
 NCAA Compliance Officer (10 years)
 Supervisor of athletic facilities to include UWF Sports Complex (two softball
fields, baseball field, practice baseball infield, soccer field and track), 12 court
tennis facility, and three court basketball/volleyball gym and work with two off
campus golf courses for teams
 Attend college, community, athletic conference, NCAA meetings for Head
Athletic Director as needed
 Consultant for several other NAIA colleges in their transition to NCAA II
 Brought NCAA Compliance team on campus for NCAA Review (twice)
 Developed NCAA Education Program for coaches
 Co-presented with NCAA office staff at NCAA Compliance Seminars
 Supervise athletic training program and head athletic trainer
 Game Management Supervisor at all home games
 Advisor – NCAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee
 Attended multiple NCAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee meetings at
conference, regional and national levels
 Chair – NCAA Compliance Committee
 Chair – Multiple NCAA Regional Tournaments in tennis, golf and softball
 Chair – NCAA II Women’s Basketball Regional
 Member – Title IX Committee
 Member – NCAA II Membership Committee
 Chair – NCAA Tennis Championship Committee (UWF hosted 4 NCAA Men’s
and Women’s Tennis Championships
 Chair – NCAA Softball Championship Committee (NCAA hosted 1 NCAA Softball
Championship)
 Restarted the Athletic Hall of Fame and developed/supervised HOF luncheon
 Developed and maintained athletic department interns from US Sports Academy
Associate Athletic Director – 1998 to 2006
 Day to day operations director for 14 sport athletic department
 Supervise and manage 10 full-time coaches and 5 full-time administrative
staff/trainers and 25+ part-time staff, game management employees and student-
workers
 Work with Senior Women’s Administrator in athletic department
 Supervise Sports Information Office and staff
 Supervise the athletic training staff and facilities
 Signing authority on budgets to include travel, purchases, Foundation transfers
 Serve as athletic representative in college, community, athletic conference,
NCAA meetings for Athletic Director as needed
 Work with the Pensacola Sports Association to host college events and help
support PSA with other community events
 Serve on NCAA Committees
 Chair – NCAA Fall Sports Festival Championships – UWF hosted the NCAA Fall
Sports Festival in the fall of 2007 – Volleyball, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer,
Field Hockey and Cross Country were held in Pensacola, FL and hosted by UWF
and the Pensacola Sports Association.
 Chair – NCAA II Women’s Golf Committee
 Placed winning bid to host Men’s and Women’s NCAA II Soccer Championship
at Orange Beach, AL Soccer Complex in 2008-2009
 Grant Writer – NCAA Female/Minority Grant for Leadership – UWF was able to
hire entry level female or minority administrator based on a three year grant from
the NCAA
 Chair – Football evaluation committee (to add football or not)
 Chair – NCAA I evaluation committee (to move from NCAA II to NCAA I or not)
 Chair – Multiple NCAA golf, tennis and softball regional championships
 Supervise roster management for teams
 Prepare and Give Title IX Seminars to staff and campus
 Maintain and supervise interns from US Sports Academy and other sources
 Work with Pensacola Pelicans (independent minor league baseball team) to rent,
upgrade and use the UWF Baseball Field
 Work on community committee to build multiple purpose facility in downtown
Pensacola to host Class A Baseball Team to replace Pensacola Pelicans
Other Non-College Experience while at UWF:
 Worked Blue Angel Classic – Division I Basketball Tournament held in Pensacola
Civic Center – 2 years – Featured Alabama, Auburn, Navy, Bucknell, Southern
Mississippi plus others
 Worked PGA Senior Golf Tournament held in Pensacola, FL – Worked in
information center and as foreman on course
 Worked Southeastern Conference Women’s Volleyball Tournament – UWF Field
House
Non-UWF Camps:
Owner - Started Northwest Florida Softball Camps as private business (LLC) in 1992
and maintained business until 2000 with camps and clinics held during the year for
players and coaches in the Florida Panhandle and southern part of Alabama.
Co-Partner of “Fast-Pitch” Camps (Georgia) – Started summer camp business with
Kennesaw State Softball Coach in 1990 and ran 3-5 summer camps in different Georgia
towns for 5-6 years.
Florida State University – 1984-85
Hitting Coach – Florida State Softball
First two years of fast-pitch program, FSU won 50+ games both years.
Worked summer slow-pitch softball camps and helped start FSU “Fastpitch” Camps and
“Pitcher/Catcher” camps (Head Catcher instructor)
University of South Carolina – 1983
Assistant Volleyball and Softball Coach
In softball, USC finished 3rd at the Women’s College World Series and defeated
eventual national champion Texas A&M 2-0 in the opening round.
Developed and set-up summer softball camps. Developed and set-up Pre-season clinic
for high school and college coaches in South Carolina on the USC campus
In volleyball – USC turned around a program that went 6-36 in 1982 to 36-6 in 1983 and
finished 2nd to Florida State in the old Metro Conference.
Winthrop College (now University) – 1978-82
Student-Assistant – Intramurals/Recreation (1978-80) – Field/gym Set-up, referee for
multiple sports, gym weekend supervisor
Student Assistant Volleyball and Softball Coach (1980-82)
In volleyball, won the state tournament twice and the region once and attended the
AIAW National tournament twice.
In softball, won the state once, the region once and qualified for the AIAW National
Tournament once.
Worked summer camps for athletics as dorm supervisor, concession stand supervisor,
general supervisor at fields and gyms during camps
Named Top Freshman Physical Education Student for 1978-79 by department and
awarded Ruth Sturgis Scholarship
Named to Top 40 Students to attend college for 1981-82
High School Accomplishments – Lockhart High School
 Voted Most Likely To Succeed (Senior Year)
 Voted Most School Spirit (Senior Year)
 Team Captain – Football (All Conference) - 1978
 Played Varsity Football – 1975-1978)
 Boys and Girls Basketball Team Manager
 Member of State Champions – Baseball (1976, 1977)
 Member of State Runner-ups – Baseball (1978)
 Member – Track and Field Team (Discus and Shot-put) (1975-1978
 Wrote Senior Poem for school year book (1978)
 Worked Scoreboard for JV Basketball Games – 1976-78
Reference List:
Richard Berg (Direct Supervisor - 18 years) Doug Mosley
Former Athletic Director (Retired) Executive Director
University of West Florida Boca Raton Bowl
Address - Unknown Boca Raton, FL
Email – Unknown Email: Doug.Mosley@ESPN.com
Cell Phone – 850-712-3486 Office Phone - 561-777-5380
Gillian Lewis (Director Supervisor – 5 years) Greg Turcott
Dean, HOPE Division (Former) Men’s Basketball Coach
Shoreline Community College Shoreline Community College
16101 Greenwood Avenue North 16101 Greenwood Avenue North
Shoreline, WA 98133 Shoreline, WA 98133
Email – glewis@shoreline.edu Email – gturcott@shoreline.edu
Cell – 206-412-4780 Cell – 206-375-2828
Jorge de la Torre Susan Hoyne
Athletic Director Dean - Science, Math, Biology
Edmonds Community College Shoreline Community College
20000 68th Avenue West 16101 Greenwood Avenue North
Lynnwood, WA 98036 Shoreline, WA 98133
jorgedelatorre@edcc.email.edu Email – shoyne@shoreline.edu
Cell – 425-971-5061 Cell – 206-697-0474
Gary Knutzen Raquel West
Athletic Director Women’s Commissioner
Skagit Valley College SCC Volleyball Coach
2405 East College Way Shoreline Community College
Mt. Vernon, WA 98273 Shoreline, WA 98133
Email - gary.knutzen@skagit.edu Email: rwest@shoreline.edu
Cell – 360-630-1607 Cell: 206-368-6937

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  • 1. Resume Douglas W. Palmer 20406 Little Bear Creek Road #76 Woodinville, WA 98076 Cell Phone – (206)351-2080 Email – dpalmer75@gmail.com LinkedIn Account - www.linkedin.com/in/DouglasWPalmer1 Employment History Director of Athletics & Wellness/Recreation Shoreline Community College July 1, 2009 to November 12th, 2013 Director of Physical Education, Athletics & Intramurals Shoreline Community College January 24, 2007 to June 30, 2009 Associate Athletic Director University of West Florida July 1, 1998 to June 30, 2006 Assistant Athletic Director University of West Florida July 1, 1993 to June 30, 1998 Softball Coach/Assistant to Athletic Director University of West Florida July 1, 1985 to June 30, 1993 Hitting Coach – Florida State Softball Florida State University January 1, 1984 to August 1, 1985 Assistant Coach – South Carolina Volleyball/Softball University of South Carolina January 1, 1983 to December 30, 1983 Student Assistant – Winthrop Volleyball/Softball Winthrop College (now University) January 1, 1980 to August 1, 1982 Student Assistant – Winthrop Intramurals/Recreation Winthrop College (now University) September 1, 1978 to January 1, 1980 Milliken Textile Mill – Union, SC Summer – 1977
  • 2. Education: Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL Master’s Degree (MS) – Athletic Administration – 1984 Winthrop College (now University), Rock Hill, SC Bachelor’s Degree – Physical Education – 1982 Lockhart High School, Lockhart, SC Diploma – College Prep, 1978 Employment and Responsibilities History Shoreline Community College From January 2007 to November, 2013  Director of Athletics and Wellness/Recreation – July 1, 2009 to November 12, 2013  Director of Physical Education, Athletics and Intramurals – January 24, 2007 to June 30, 2009 Major Overall SCC Responsibilities:  Work in a diverse culture with a strong international student population and students from many ethnic, economic and social backgrounds  Work for student success in both academic and athletic endeavors and to educate and motivate students in regards to remaining in college and its effect on success in their lives  Report to the Dean of Health Occupations, Physical Education, Athletics and Business (HOPE) – Direct Supervisor for 5 years  Report to and work with Vice-President of Student Affairs & the Dean of Student Affairs as needed – Direct Supervisor for 2 years, Vice President position was cut due to budget cuts and reduced to a Dean’s position  Strategic plan for athletics and recreation/intramural programs to include 5 and 10 year plans which have measurable goals and objectives  Work with Foundation Office to raise funds for athletics and the college as a whole as well as develop and maintain a “Homecoming” event for the college  Work with Foundation Office to develop a college alumni list (athletic eligibility lists were well maintained from past records)  Write and maintain athletics’ mission statement and philosophy with input from coaches, staff and student-athletes  Make college, coaches, staff and student-athlete’s aware of department’s mission statement and philosophy  Supervise 9 sports in varsity athletic program  Knowledge of NCAA, NAIA, NWAACC and NJCAA rules and regulations  Supervised 3 full-time faculty and several associate instructors in PE  Promote and develop campus wide “Wellness” programs for students, faculty and staff
  • 3.  Supervise campus recreational and intramural programs  Research and pursue outside grants for physical education, recreation, wellness and athletics as available  Maintain and develop campus athletic, physical education and recreation facilities and work with Director of Facilities on long term projects and plans to enhance athletic and recreational facilities  Work with the City of Seattle Parks, City of Shoreline Parks and Recreation and the Shoreline School District to use outdoor facilities for SCC Athletics  Work with and support students in athletics, physical education, intramurals and recreation, student government and general population  Work with SCC student government on the athletic budget each year to garner and maintain resources for varsity athletics, intramurals, wellness and recreation for the campus  Report each year to the SCC Board of Trustees and upper administration of the college the FTE generation athletics brings to the college and revenue generated by athletics for the college (estimated $4,000,000 at last count)  Ensure Title IX regulations are followed and prepare Federal Title IX report each year  Work with academic counselors to monitor and maintain athletic eligibility and academic progress to finish a degree or certificate at the college  Hire and supervise coaches, part-time intramural instructors and other employees plus orient and mentor new employees to the department  Evaluate full-time and part-time staff on an annual basis  Support college endeavors at public events such as festivals, award presentations, ceremonies, scholarship drives, etc. to develop positive community relations  Facilitate contracts and development between the college and the local community for use of facilities and programs at SCC  Represent the college for athletic meetings and external gatherings with outside groups  Provide leadership for curriculum development of Physical Education classes by full-time and associate faculty  Develop and administer fundraising plans for department, teams and other specific groups inside department to support scholarships, travel, equipment, etc.  Develop and maintain class schedules along with teaching assignments for PE faculty and Recreation instructors  Write and edit manuals for student-athletes, coaches and other members of the department staff to educate and remind of proper athletic policies and procedures  Supervise and manage Shoreline Community College’s Gym and Fitness Center  Maintain and develop athletic website along with separate websites for intramurals, vitality and wellness  Mange and develop social media platforms to market and promote athletic, recreation/intramural and wellness programs
  • 4. SCC Team and Program Successes: Shoreline Community College had won 7 NWAACC Region Championships from the mid-1960s until January of 2007. Shoreline won 6 regionals from January of 2007 to November 2013 under Athletic Director Doug Palmer’s guidance and supervision.  Men’s Basketball – Won NWAACC Northern Region for 2nd time in school history  Women’s Volleyball – Won back to back NWAACC Northern Region titles for the first time in school history  Men’s Soccer – Won NWAACC Northern Region for 2nd time in school history  Softball – Won NWAACC Northern Region for the 2nd time in school history  Women’s Soccer won back to back NWAACC Northern Region Championships for the first time in school history.  Women’s Soccer finished 3rd in the NWAACC Final Four twice in back to back years  Men’s Basketball – Went 3-1 at NWAACC Men’s Basketball Championship for the best showing in school history (Consolation Championship, 4th place)  Baseball – Recorded 23-23 record in 2013, the first .500 record for baseball team in 23 years  Men’s Tennis finished 2nd in the NWAACC Championship 3 times in 7 years.  Women’s Tennis had doubles champions in the NWAACC for the 2nd time in school history  Athletic Department tripled fundraising efforts under Doug Palmer’s guidance and work  Athletic Department graduation and retention rates improved during this period  Athletic Department generated $4,000,000 in revenue for the college annually while costing the college about $600,000 for a 3.4 million dollar profit.  All SCC athletic teams were able to have “Live” internet game broadcasts of home games plus a “YouTube” site devoted for storage and viewing of all home games and many away games  Developed athletic academic clubs to honor student-athletes with a 3.00 GPA or higher. Green Club (3.00 GPA to 3.49), Gold Club (3.50 GPA to 3.99), Dolphin Club (4.00 GPA) Athletics:  Supervise 9 sports to include: Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Volleyball, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Softball, Baseball, Men’s Tennis and Women’s Tennis  Work within a moderately funded program to maximize program potential  Hire and supervise athletic coaches plus orient and mentor new coaches  Raise Funds – Ticket sales (both game and seasonal), concessions, sponsorships, signage, fundraising events  Help develop and support individual team fundraising events and campaigns  Gain approval for all newly developed fundraising projects through the Financial Service Office and the SCC Foundation
  • 5.  Maintain Title IX compliance in all aspects of athletics and other areas of department  Develop and maintain a brand for “SCC Athletics” that creates an identity for the department and can be recognized on the campus and in the community  Brand athletic department with program and team logos for recognizable identities on the campus, the local area and regional community  Market and promote athletic program to local and regional areas plus national exposure when possible  Work with coaches on recruiting visits of student-athletes to “Meet and Greet” potential player and family  Public speaker to local and regional area to promote athletic department and college  Develop social media plan and implement the use Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Google Plus, Foursquare and other platforms for marketing of athletic programs and other programs for recreation and wellness  Prepare media releases and distribute to local news and community blogs, Facebook and other social media sites that athletics or the college uses  Update and maintain campus athletic website and campus athletic news page  Update and maintain Recreation, Intramural and Wellness websites plus the Vitality Program Facebook page for the college and the local community  Developed Green, Gold and Dolphin Academic Clubs for student-athletes with 3.00 GPA or higher and promote winners to campus, community and regionally  Developed athletic budgets and presented to Student Government for approval  Merge college athletic budget, student athletic funds and fundraised monies into one usable budget to meet the needs of the department  Supervise and maintain over 50 athletic related budgets in three major fund sources plus several minor funding sources.  Approve travel and purchasing requests by teams  Approve sport team schedules and schedule games as necessary  Hire and work with officials for all team home games  Maintain supervision for gym and fitness center to ensure safe participation  Work with SCC Foundation on college events such as Homecoming and the Foundation Breakfast plus coordinate athletic fundraisers with the Foundation.  Work with City of Shoreline Parks and Recreation, City of Seattle Parks and Shoreline School District on renting and reserving outdoor facilities for SCC practice and games  Supervise game management at all home games  Facilitate physical upgrades for athletic game management to include clocks, shot clocks, scoreboards, rented facilities, field surfaces, game tables, etc.  Reconcile and deposit tickets and concession sales from games and events  Building scheduler for physical education, athletics, recreation/intramurals, student clubs and rental groups  Develop and administer summer camp programs and continuing education classes as fundraisers for the athletic department  Attend summer fairs to market and promote summer athletic camps to community
  • 6.  Developed summer camp website to market and promote SCC Athletic Summer Camps and take online payments by credit cards (not possible on main SCC website for camps)  Hire and contract with certified athletic trainer or company each year to provide athletic training services for all home games and practice, plus rehab services.  Evaluate risk management issues at all times in gym and update supervisor on a regular basis with any concerns or work with Maintenance to fix minor concerns  Encourage and maintain full rosters to increase college’s FTE count  Serve as Sports Information Director for athletics  Work with the athletic department equipment manager to inventory department and team equipment, uniforms and all other items associated with athletics NWAACC Responsibilities (Athletic Conference)  Maintain NWAACC eligibility  Work with campus registrar to certify student-athletes as eligible to compete  NWAACC coaches’ certifications and SCC standards such as van driving, CPR, First Aid and AED certifications  NWAACC Financial Aid Summary  Serve as NWAACC Commissioner  Serve on NWAACC Northern Region Committee  Serve as NWAACC Northern Region Soccer Chair  Serve as Coordinator of NWAACC Soccer All-Star games (Men’s and Women’s)  Serve on NWAACC Soccer Championship Committee  Write NWACC Petitions for student-athletes as needed  Travel to NWAACC required meetings at conference and regional levels  Host NWAACC Crossover tournaments when rotated to SCC  Host NWAACC Playoffs when opportunities were available Athletic Coaches, Staff and Students  Supervise two full-time classified employees and 8 part-time head coaches and 8 paid part-time assistant coaches and several volunteer coaches  Hire coaches and staff and educate and monitor their development as employees  Work with student-athletes to develop and sustain their positive welfare in athletic and academic goals  Fill out paperwork and approve all volunteers working in the athletic department  Find, train and supervise athletic interns for the department from a variety of sources  Evaluate coaches, assistants, instructors and other staff on a regular basis  Work with faculty and classified unions on potential issues and resolutions  Evaluate coaches’ and assistant’s behavior at games and in practice situations  Encourage and support staff/coaches professional development when available  Reprimand and/or enforce college policy to coaches, assistants, instructors, staff as necessary  Separate the college from coaches, assistants, instructors and staff as needed
  • 7.  Meet with coaches/staff as individuals and as a group on regular schedule to ensure everyone is up to date on campus, division, department and program news and receive feedback from individuals and teams about their programs.  Wrote and edited student-athlete handbook, coaches handbook and game management handbook for department and update as needed  Meet with teams and individuals to inform student-athletes about conference rules, academic support, path to degrees/certificates and eligibility rules at four year college associations to ensure the student can make informed decisions about his/her future academic and athletic development.  Work with Financial Aid office to develop program to notify student-athletes about the financial aid process and help guide students through the process.  Take student-athletes and coaches to the Board of Trustees meetings three times a year to market and promote accomplishments of students and staff  Work with campus staff and faculty to promote and market our recreation, intramural and wellness programs to their healthy benefit, as well as market and promote the athletics and physical education programs. Recreation, Wellness and Intramurals:  Supervise program coordinator, instructors and student workers  Maintain Wellness/Recreation website  Work with student government each year to secure continued funding for intramural and recreation programs  Put on annual Wellness Fair for college and local community  Hire instructors in various fitness areas  Develop and supervise wellness and recreational events  Maintain Vitality program and Vitality Facebook page  Market and promote program to students, faculty and staff  Received grant from King County for Tobacco Awareness Week on campus  Work with the State of Washington’s Wellness Coordinator to communicate state resources available to faculty and staff for individual/department wellness  Work with student government to survey students on what activities they wished to participate in during the academic year  Work with and support student groups in their club or program activities in the gym or our outdoor facilities  Lead gym tours of athletic/recreational facilities during orientation for students Physical Education  Member of the State of Washington College Physical Education Instructors Association  Supervise three full-time instructors (all positions were lost in state budget cuts)  Supervise numerous associate instructors  Maintain fulltime instructors a proper load of classes  Evaluate part-time faculty  Develop class schedules  Develop classes to meet the needs of the campus, department and students  Encourage professional development for both associate and full-time faculty
  • 8.  Meet with full-time faculty on a regular basis both individually and in group sessions  Communicate with all faculty on a regular basis on state, campus, division and department news and updates and receive feedback from faculty on their classes and needs.  Maintain pool of substitute instructors in all disciplines taught in PE Department  Serve on the Planning Committee for the HOPE Division SCC Committees:  Chair & Member – Wellness Committee  Chair – Vitality Committee (sub-committee of Wellness Committee)  Member – Strategic Planning and Budget Committee for college (3 years)  Member – Op-Com Committee – Director level and higher employees at college  Member – Opening Week Committee  Member – Several hiring committees Educational Seminars As Employee:  Violence In the Work Place  Sexual Harassment  Ethics  Working With Classified Union  Working With Faculty Union  Communication Techniques  Title IX Seminars (Off Campus)  Supervisory Skills  Several other topics covered Shoreline, WA Community Outreach and Service: Shoreline Chamber of Commerce  President  Vice-President  Secretary  Past President  Member of the Chamber Board  Chair of Chamber’s Executive Board  Member of the Chamber Executive Board (5 years)  SCC representative to the Chamber Board  Chair – Taste of Shoreline event – Part of Solar-Fest  Member of Auction Committee, Chamber’s major fundraiser for year  Work festivals and other events at Chamber table or serve as representative  Public speaker for the Chamber at City Council meetings  Master of Ceremonies at Business Grand Openings  Member of the Green/Sustainability Committee  Member of the Chamber Ambassadors
  • 9.  Developed and maintained Chamber Facebook Page  Represented the Chamber on the City of Shoreline Emergency Operation Committee  Moved one Chamber Luncheon to the SCC Campus per year and featured a college speaker each event Shoreline Dollars for Scholars - Scholarship arm of the Shoreline Chamber of Commerce:  President – 5 years  Vice President – 2 years  Member of Board – 1 year  Raised funds through events such as raffles, wine/cheese and music social, DFS portion of Chamber Auction, letter campaign, “Named” scholarships  Planned and organized DFS Reception  Presided over DFS Reception and found main speaker for event  Developed PowerPoint presentation of award winners (Pictures and Personal History of each winner)  Recruited local leaders to the DFS Board  Developed and maintained the Shoreline DFS Facebook page  Moved the Dollars For Scholars Reception to the SCC Campus Shoreline Breakfast Rotary  Vice President  Member – Rotary Scholarship review board (Pick student winners of scholarships)  History Day Judge  Planning Committee and Volunteer – Rotary Run – Rotary Fundraiser  Golf Tournament Committee for Rotary Club’s (Main Rotary fundraiser of the year)  Other Volunteer Work For Rotary - Food Lifeline, Clean Highway Project, Clean schools, Clean Parks, Habitat for Humanity  Planned and hosted two Rotary breakfast meetings per year on the SCC campus and featured different areas of the college in informational sessions City of Shoreline  Member – Business Economic Development Committee for city  Member – Celebrate Shoreline Committee (City wide festival and parade)  Member – City of Shoreline Emergency Operation Committee as Chamber representative to group Other Community Service:  Solar-Fest Committee – Solar energy festival  Green Energy Summit – Solar energy summit at SCC
  • 10.  University of West Florida – 1985 to 2006  Softball Coach/Assistant to Athletic Director – August 1, 1985 to June 30th, 1993  Assistant Athletic Director – July 1, 1993 to June 30, 1998  Associate Athletic Director – July 1, 1998 to June 30, 2006 Softball Coach/Assistant to Athletic Director – 1985 to 1993  Developed 90+ team “Spring Fling” program for Northern teams to spend their spring breaks in Pensacola and play/practice softball at UWF or at other local softball facilities  Raised $30,000 per year though “Spring Fling” program from entry fees, hotel and restaurant contracts with softball program, t-shirt sales, etc.  Per UWF economic study, softball Spring Fling brought over $2,000,000 to the local economy per year (research done prior to program reaching 90 teams)  Two European Tours for UWF softball team – 1990 to Holland and Belgium, 1993 to Italy and Switzerland  Multiple softball trips to different regions of the USA to include San Francisco, New York and Colorado  1993 NAIA National Softball Champions  1993 NAIA Softball Coach of the Year  1993 NFCA Softball Coach of the Year  Won 483 games as head coach in 8 seasons  26 All-Americans  12 Academic All-Americans  NAIA Softball Committee – President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer  Chair – NAIA National Softball Championship Committee (Hosted 1990/1992)  All-American Committee (4 years)  Softball program was ranked for two consecutive years as the #1 team in the country per the NAIA Softball Poll each week  Softball program was seeded #1 at the NAIA National Tournament twice  Softball team and athletic department hosted two NAIA National Tournaments – 1990 and 1992  Handle all aspects of a college softball program to include recruiting, practice, travel and game settings  Fundraise for softball program – 100 Inning Game, Sponsors for softball media guide, t-shirt sales, signs for outfield field  Find and supervise softball and/or game management interns  Game Management for all sports  Sports Information for all sports (2 years) Assistant Athletic Director – 1993 to 1998  Led transition from NAIA to NCAA II  Help add 9 sports to the athletic department  Chaired or was on all hiring committees for all head coach searches  NCAA Compliance Officer (10 years)
  • 11.  Supervisor of athletic facilities to include UWF Sports Complex (two softball fields, baseball field, practice baseball infield, soccer field and track), 12 court tennis facility, and three court basketball/volleyball gym and work with two off campus golf courses for teams  Attend college, community, athletic conference, NCAA meetings for Head Athletic Director as needed  Consultant for several other NAIA colleges in their transition to NCAA II  Brought NCAA Compliance team on campus for NCAA Review (twice)  Developed NCAA Education Program for coaches  Co-presented with NCAA office staff at NCAA Compliance Seminars  Supervise athletic training program and head athletic trainer  Game Management Supervisor at all home games  Advisor – NCAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee  Attended multiple NCAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee meetings at conference, regional and national levels  Chair – NCAA Compliance Committee  Chair – Multiple NCAA Regional Tournaments in tennis, golf and softball  Chair – NCAA II Women’s Basketball Regional  Member – Title IX Committee  Member – NCAA II Membership Committee  Chair – NCAA Tennis Championship Committee (UWF hosted 4 NCAA Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships  Chair – NCAA Softball Championship Committee (NCAA hosted 1 NCAA Softball Championship)  Restarted the Athletic Hall of Fame and developed/supervised HOF luncheon  Developed and maintained athletic department interns from US Sports Academy Associate Athletic Director – 1998 to 2006  Day to day operations director for 14 sport athletic department  Supervise and manage 10 full-time coaches and 5 full-time administrative staff/trainers and 25+ part-time staff, game management employees and student- workers  Work with Senior Women’s Administrator in athletic department  Supervise Sports Information Office and staff  Supervise the athletic training staff and facilities  Signing authority on budgets to include travel, purchases, Foundation transfers  Serve as athletic representative in college, community, athletic conference, NCAA meetings for Athletic Director as needed  Work with the Pensacola Sports Association to host college events and help support PSA with other community events  Serve on NCAA Committees  Chair – NCAA Fall Sports Festival Championships – UWF hosted the NCAA Fall Sports Festival in the fall of 2007 – Volleyball, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Field Hockey and Cross Country were held in Pensacola, FL and hosted by UWF and the Pensacola Sports Association.  Chair – NCAA II Women’s Golf Committee
  • 12.  Placed winning bid to host Men’s and Women’s NCAA II Soccer Championship at Orange Beach, AL Soccer Complex in 2008-2009  Grant Writer – NCAA Female/Minority Grant for Leadership – UWF was able to hire entry level female or minority administrator based on a three year grant from the NCAA  Chair – Football evaluation committee (to add football or not)  Chair – NCAA I evaluation committee (to move from NCAA II to NCAA I or not)  Chair – Multiple NCAA golf, tennis and softball regional championships  Supervise roster management for teams  Prepare and Give Title IX Seminars to staff and campus  Maintain and supervise interns from US Sports Academy and other sources  Work with Pensacola Pelicans (independent minor league baseball team) to rent, upgrade and use the UWF Baseball Field  Work on community committee to build multiple purpose facility in downtown Pensacola to host Class A Baseball Team to replace Pensacola Pelicans Other Non-College Experience while at UWF:  Worked Blue Angel Classic – Division I Basketball Tournament held in Pensacola Civic Center – 2 years – Featured Alabama, Auburn, Navy, Bucknell, Southern Mississippi plus others  Worked PGA Senior Golf Tournament held in Pensacola, FL – Worked in information center and as foreman on course  Worked Southeastern Conference Women’s Volleyball Tournament – UWF Field House Non-UWF Camps: Owner - Started Northwest Florida Softball Camps as private business (LLC) in 1992 and maintained business until 2000 with camps and clinics held during the year for players and coaches in the Florida Panhandle and southern part of Alabama. Co-Partner of “Fast-Pitch” Camps (Georgia) – Started summer camp business with Kennesaw State Softball Coach in 1990 and ran 3-5 summer camps in different Georgia towns for 5-6 years. Florida State University – 1984-85 Hitting Coach – Florida State Softball First two years of fast-pitch program, FSU won 50+ games both years. Worked summer slow-pitch softball camps and helped start FSU “Fastpitch” Camps and “Pitcher/Catcher” camps (Head Catcher instructor)
  • 13. University of South Carolina – 1983 Assistant Volleyball and Softball Coach In softball, USC finished 3rd at the Women’s College World Series and defeated eventual national champion Texas A&M 2-0 in the opening round. Developed and set-up summer softball camps. Developed and set-up Pre-season clinic for high school and college coaches in South Carolina on the USC campus In volleyball – USC turned around a program that went 6-36 in 1982 to 36-6 in 1983 and finished 2nd to Florida State in the old Metro Conference. Winthrop College (now University) – 1978-82 Student-Assistant – Intramurals/Recreation (1978-80) – Field/gym Set-up, referee for multiple sports, gym weekend supervisor Student Assistant Volleyball and Softball Coach (1980-82) In volleyball, won the state tournament twice and the region once and attended the AIAW National tournament twice. In softball, won the state once, the region once and qualified for the AIAW National Tournament once. Worked summer camps for athletics as dorm supervisor, concession stand supervisor, general supervisor at fields and gyms during camps Named Top Freshman Physical Education Student for 1978-79 by department and awarded Ruth Sturgis Scholarship Named to Top 40 Students to attend college for 1981-82 High School Accomplishments – Lockhart High School  Voted Most Likely To Succeed (Senior Year)  Voted Most School Spirit (Senior Year)  Team Captain – Football (All Conference) - 1978  Played Varsity Football – 1975-1978)  Boys and Girls Basketball Team Manager  Member of State Champions – Baseball (1976, 1977)  Member of State Runner-ups – Baseball (1978)  Member – Track and Field Team (Discus and Shot-put) (1975-1978  Wrote Senior Poem for school year book (1978)  Worked Scoreboard for JV Basketball Games – 1976-78
  • 14. Reference List: Richard Berg (Direct Supervisor - 18 years) Doug Mosley Former Athletic Director (Retired) Executive Director University of West Florida Boca Raton Bowl Address - Unknown Boca Raton, FL Email – Unknown Email: Doug.Mosley@ESPN.com Cell Phone – 850-712-3486 Office Phone - 561-777-5380 Gillian Lewis (Director Supervisor – 5 years) Greg Turcott Dean, HOPE Division (Former) Men’s Basketball Coach Shoreline Community College Shoreline Community College 16101 Greenwood Avenue North 16101 Greenwood Avenue North Shoreline, WA 98133 Shoreline, WA 98133 Email – glewis@shoreline.edu Email – gturcott@shoreline.edu Cell – 206-412-4780 Cell – 206-375-2828 Jorge de la Torre Susan Hoyne Athletic Director Dean - Science, Math, Biology Edmonds Community College Shoreline Community College 20000 68th Avenue West 16101 Greenwood Avenue North Lynnwood, WA 98036 Shoreline, WA 98133 jorgedelatorre@edcc.email.edu Email – shoyne@shoreline.edu Cell – 425-971-5061 Cell – 206-697-0474 Gary Knutzen Raquel West Athletic Director Women’s Commissioner Skagit Valley College SCC Volleyball Coach 2405 East College Way Shoreline Community College Mt. Vernon, WA 98273 Shoreline, WA 98133 Email - gary.knutzen@skagit.edu Email: rwest@shoreline.edu Cell – 360-630-1607 Cell: 206-368-6937