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360 Leadership

 

360 Leadership


 
Jim Stagnitta
President, Complete Athlete® 360
As a head coach, Jim Stagnitta holds a career professional and amateur record of 236-136 and has guided teams to seven NCAA tournaments and two MLL playoff appearances. His comprehensive coaching experience in Ivy League, Division I and Division III scholarships demonstrates a strong foundation in recruiting and coaching student athletes on all levels.  He was awarded the 2016 Brine Coach of the Year award by Men's Major Lacrosse.  Jim is also Founder of MVP Team Exposure recruiting events.
"As a former Division 1 athlete with 30 years of coaching/recruiting experience at the Division 3, Ivy League and Division 1 scholarship level, I have vast insight and experience in all aspects of recruitment, preparation and development of the college-bound athlete. Whether you are just starting out your high school career and college search process or ready to begin your collegiate journey, I can provide you with the tools and guidance to help you obtain your goals and maximize your college athletic and academic experience. As the parent of a college-bound Division 1 athlete, I have a unique perspective from being on the other side of the recruiting and college prep table."



Dr. Wiemi Abell Douoguih, MD
Director, Sports Medicine
Dr. Douoguih is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon, specializing in arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder, elbow and knee.  He is a graduate of Washington and Lee University in Lexington, VA as well as the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond. Dr. Douoguih completed a sports fellowship at the prestigious Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic in Los Angeles in 2003 and is a member of the MedStar Orthopaedic Institute where he currently serves as Director of Sports Medicine for MedStar Washington Hospital Center's Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.  He also serves as Head Team Physician for the Washington Wizards, the Team Physician for the United States Judo Team and is a consultant for the University of Maryland athletic teams (NCAA).  Dr. Douoguih has also served as team physician for the Washington Nationals, and as assistant team physician for the Washington Redskins, Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles Kings, Anaheim Angels, and Anaheim Mighty Ducks, as well as for the teams of Loyola Marymount University.
 

 

Jennifer Sacheck, PhD
Director, Nutritional Science

 

Dr. Sacheck is an Associate Professor of Nutrition at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science & Policy at Tufts University and holds a faculty appointment at the School of Medicine. Dr. Sacheck earned a master's degree in Exercise Science and a Ph.D. in Nutrition Science from Tufts University and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School. Her research focuses on the impact of both diet and physical activity on health and performance outcomes, specifically among youth. She has authored numerous scientific manuscripts, teaches courses on exercise physiology and nutrition at the Friedman School, and was an appointed member of the Institute of Medicine's committee on Fitness and Health Outcomes in Youth. Dr. Sacheck also recently co-authored her first book on nutrition and fitness, Thinner This Year, and speaks nationally to competitive athletes and non-athletes alike on the virtues of optimal nutrition for health and performance. 


Scott Lenz
Director, Body Composition Analysis & Performance Optimization
 
Scott Lenz is a lifelong sports and fitness enthusiast.  He specializes in Body Composition Analysis, development of strength & conditioning, nutritional integration, health & fitness advancement, performance optimization & motivational coaching.  His professional training career began while studying at the University of Tampa whose faculty members had recruited him to implement an internship program at Johnson & Johnson within their innovative “Live For Life” employee wellness program.  He relocated to Las Vegas to work with renowned resorts to facilitate design & construction of gyms, many of which are located on famous Wayne Newton Boulevard.  After almost a decade in Nevada, he returned to the east coast to build what are now his greatest career achievements, Inspiri Wellness, LLC and Inner Image.  Having trained every level of athlete from beginner to top professional & celebrity, Scott’s focus is on the health and wellness of every individual who seeks his assistance.


Jim Steel
Strength Training & Conditioning
 
Jim has worked as a strength & conditioning coach at all levels of education, from high school to Division 1.  He played collegiate football at Gardner Webb University & Montgomery College, earning himself several awards & honorable mentions.  He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from Gardner Webb & his Masters in Post-Secondary Education at Salisbury University.  He is currently the Head Strength and Conditioning Coordinator at the University of Pennsylvania and is a bodybuilder, Muay Thai fighter and the current New Jersey state record holder in competitive powerlifting in the squatdeadlift and total categories.  With his developed skills & techniques in sport & exercise science, he effectively transforms college level individuals into disciplined, dedicated athletes who are ready to achieve their best levels of performance.  
 

 


 
Lonnie Sarnell, Psy.D.
Director, Sports Psychology

Lonnie Sarnell, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist who provides clinical and sport psychology services to children, adolescents and adults.  Dr. Sarnell completed her B.A. in psychology at Yale University, where she played as a goalie on the Division I women’s lacrosse team.   She received her Psy.D. in clinical psychology with a concentration in sport-performance psychology from La Salle University, where she provided sport psychology services within the athletic department. She completed a pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Delaware’s Center for Counseling and Student Development, where she consulted with Student Services for Athletes and provided sport psychology and personal counseling services for student-athletes.  Dr. Sarnell provides sport psychology consultation for individual athletes, coaches, and teams, and has worked with athletes at the youth, high school, college, and professional level. Dr. Sarnell teaches mental skills for peak performance, with the goal of helping athletes reach their full potential. She also helps athletes with anxiety, depression, life stress, eating disorders and a variety of other concerns.  

 


 
J.C. Glick, LTC, U.S. Army (Ret.)
Director, Leadership Resiliency

JC is a leadership consultant who advises at strategic, operational, team and individual levels.  With his strong background in leadership development, crises action planning, decision making, coaching, counseling and innovative solutions, JC serves as an invaluable member of the Complete Athlete 360 team.  He served in the U.S. Army for 20 years with 11 combat tours and directed the Army’s schools on adult leadership development, resiliency and fitness strategies.  He is currently a Partner at Kenning Associates, a company that specializes in advisory assistance with Leadership, Culture and Communications.  His methods in these areas have been spotlighted in Forbes Magazine and on Huffington Post.  JC obtained his Masters Degree in National Security and Strategic Studies at the Naval War College in 2006 and is a regular lecturer at the U.S. Naval Academy as well as at Fortune 500 & NFL franchise events.  He is the holder of (3) Bronze Stars, (3) Meritorious Service Medals, a Joint Commendation Medal, an Order of Saint Maurice Centurion Award and is a Class of 2016 Liberty Fellow of the Aspen Institute.  His resume includes work with the 2016 Super Bowl Champion, the Denver Broncos and is currently working with the Carolina Panthers & the University of South Carolina.
  

Video:
Importance of Trust - 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqKzkVZO5aY


Lonnie Allgood
Character Building & Mentoring

Lonnie has a strong background in motivational speaking and improving the lives of our youth.  He attended Syracuse University with a full scholarship and graduated with a degree in Engineering.  Working hard and believing in himself, he fulfilled his lifelong dream to play in the NFL when he was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals and later in his NFL career suited up for the Buffalo Bills & the New Orleans Saints.  Despite his enjoyment for the game, Lonnie redirected his life to dedicate himself to today’s youth.  In 2001, he founded Dreams for Kids, a 501c3 charity which assists in building a child’s character by providing them with the tools and guidance they need to believe in themselves & respect others.  Lonnie’s motivating words of wisdom play a valuable role in our Complete Athlete 360 program as well as in the success of the athletes we serve.



 
 
Nick Molinaro, Ed.D., P.C. (Dr. Nick)
Licensed Psychologist with Specialty in Sport Psychology, TAIS

Dr. Nick is highly regarded for his ability to interpret the TAIS test (The Attentional and Interpersonal Style) and has been sought after by professional teams, organizations and TV producers.  He is responsible for Assessing and Training Mental Performance Under Pressure.  He is a licensed psychologist with specialties in Counseling, Human Development, and Sport Psychology.  He holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, a Master of Arts, a School Psychology Certificate & Doctoral Degree from various prestigious universities & colleges.  Dr. Nick has worked in the arena of performance psychology for over 30 years and has worked with athletes in NASCAR, NBA, NFL, AFL, CFL, World Billiards Championship, World Series of Poker, Baseball Teams, Olympic Medalists, USA Ski and Gymnastics Teams, World Class Athletes in Fencing, Ice Skating, X-Games and the World Junior Golf Advisory Board.

 

Keith Wilford
Director, Motivational Speaking
 
Keith is recognized as an accomplished athlete as well as a highly respected educator.  From his experience as a counselor at Malvern Preparatory School, an Athletic Director at Friends School of Baltimore to his current position as Assistant Dean of Students at St. Joseph's Prep, Keith is rising to national prominence by delivering high energy, relevant messages to schools across the country that encourage and inspire people of all ages and backgrounds to break those barriers that tend to preclude them from reaching their potential.  In 2011, Keith founded The Wilford Movement, a program focused on working with athletes of all ages to prepare them to be physically and mentally strong for the next challenge of their journey.
 
 
  



Nic Voge
Director, Learning Strategies

Since 2009, Nic has directed undergraduate academic support, including academic coaching, tutoring and learning strategy seminars at Princeton University’s McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning. Prior to Princeton, Nic directed the Study Strategies program at UC Berkeley and also taught courses in the Psychology Department & Graduate School of Education on both college teaching and learning.  Nic is highly regarded in the Ivy League and beyond as a highly experienced academic coach and consultant.  Nic has worked closely with student-athletes transitioning into college for over 15 years.  He was awarded the 2002 K. Patricia Cross Leadership award by the American Association of Colleges and Universities; he has also received the College Reading and Learning Association Professional Development Scholarship and was recently awarded the TRPP Associates Innovation Award for his first-of-its-kind project,
Principedia. He is active in the higher education community, presenting at the Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network and American Association of Colleges and Universities national conferences and is the author of "Life Beyond Grades: Designing Intrinsically Motivating College Courses", published by Cambridge University Press.
 
 
Matt Frawley
Director, College Transition

Matt joins our team as a college transition coach.  His background in consulting and managing college advisors, councils and educational groups allows us to provide our clients with comprehensive programs tailored to their transition needs.  Matt earned his Bachelor of Arts from Stanford University where he was a two time All-American varsity athlete and his PhD from Princeton Theological Seminary.  He is currently the Senior Associate Director of Education & Programming at Princeton University, specializing in career education curriculum development focusing on self-exploration & life long career management.  Matt is also President of E.G.G.S. LLC, a program providing consultancy services and reading programs for at-risk students.  He is a Board Member of the Princeton Recreation Department, Committee Board Member for Young Life Princeton and is a volunteer with the Crisis Ministry of Mercer County.




 
Rose Dickison, RPh.
Director, Resource Library App
 

A Pharmacist by trade, Rose has helped athletes, parents and coaches with Sports Nutrition and Sports Medicine for over 20 years.   She was the Pharmacist of the Year for the Second largest Drug Chain in America. Her medical background combined with her caring personality and a strong desire to help customers makes her the ideal leader for the Complete Athlete® 360. Rose has assembled a world-class team of experts so Destination Athlete® can deliver the best science to today’s athlete. 







360 Staff 

 
 
Laura Scarpino, RDN, LDN, CPT
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Laura is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Personal Trainer. She received a B.A. in Psychology with a double minor in biology and chemistry from Gettysburg College and a B.S. in Nutrition from Cedar Crest College. Laura was both a high school and collegiate athlete in which she played softball, golf, and track and field at the varsity level and golf at the collegiate level. Laura focused on community dietetics while pursuing her nutrition degree and gained experience as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist working for a company in which she trained and counseled clients on nutrition, exercise, and injury prevention.

  
 
 
 
Jeanne Smith, RDN, LDN, RYT
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
 
Jeanne's educational background and passion for nutrition make her a valuable team player on the Complete Athlete® 360 team. Jeanne is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian and a registered yoga teacher. Jeanne graduated from Penn State with a B.S. in Nutrition and a minor in kinesiology. She is a passionate athlete and passionate about the health of young athletes. Jeanne keeps up with her fitness through running and playing tennis. 
 





Julie Sinkovitz, RDN, LDN
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
 
Julie is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist & former college Cross Country and Track & Field athlete.  She earned her Bachelor of Science at the University of Maryland College Park and her Registered Dietitian Certificate from Rutgers University in 2015.  She is currently working toward her Master of Public Health from Tulane University School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine.  



       Complete Athlete®360
       Development Program Menu

 

Dr. Nick - TAIS Test Overview

  • TAIS is used around the world for the selection and training of high-level performers in sport, business, and the military.

  • TAIS measures the specific concentration, and interpersonal skills necessary for effective decision- making, and for the coordination of mental and physical processes in high-pressure situations.

  • TAIS results allow you to identify the specific environmental conditions likely to facilitate and/or interfere with an individual's ability to make effective decisions and perform at the upper limits of their physical and mental potential.

  • TAIS results also allow you to identify the specific behaviors an individual needs to change to improve performance.

    Scott Lenz - Body Composition Overview

    Measuring your body composition with the InBody 770 is efficient, convenient, and more importantly, safe. A complete test, including detailed printed results, takes only minutes. Unlike other methods, it is completely non-invasive – no caliper pinching or changing into a swimsuit is required. InBody technology has achieved the reputation of being a respected and highly valued tool in comprehensive health assessment, providing the most precise body composition measurements readily available in the field today.

    What does BCA Reveal to me?

    Segmental Lean Analysis - Measures muscular development, and indicates balance among 5 key segments in your body. Can help determine predisposition to injury.
    Fat Percentage - Body fat percentage based on overall body mass. Indicates lean vs. fat content and determines obesity.

    Visceral Fat - Abdominal fat surrounding internal organs can indicate increased risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, and Alzheimer’s disease.
    Intra- & Extra-Cellular Water - Overall cellular health vs. dehydration and inflammation. These figures indicate nutrient retention in healthy cells.

 

J.C. Glick - Leadership Training

Coaching, advising and training. Coaching is tactical. Coaching involves getting a person, or groups of people through short term challenges. While we try not to be transactional, or formulaic in collaborative solutions, coaching is really viewed as short term with tactical answers to specific problems. Think of it as building capabilities - solutions for known challenges.

Advising is about building capacity, a person's, or group of people's, preparedness for the unknown. We focus on being a directed telescope and assisting leaders at an operational and strategic level, providing leaders reflections, perspectives and being a sounding board. This is more of a long term relationship that is not focused on specific issues, but more concerned with overall outcomes.

Training for us is the transfer of theories and ideas, and assistance of their application toward specific problems. Resiliency, Culture, Strategic Communication, Conflict Resolution, Organizational Effectiveness and Team Building are some examples, and while these are more transactional in nature, we attempt to change that paradigm through follow-up.

1. Locker Room Leadership - good for teams. We talk about the importance of being able to lead off the field when not in a position of authority. Usually about 1 hour.
2.
Self-awareness - The shield exercise. Good for athletes and teams. Allows individuals to understand who they are as people, team members and their roles in the organization. A group of 12 takes about 2 hours.

3. Resiliency - Good for athletes and parents. For athletes, how do they build resiliency. For parents, how do they support resiliency in their athletes. 1 to 2 hours.
4.
Coaching for outcomes - Good for coaches. Really a "how to" coach more effectively and adapt styles for different learners. It also talks about culture and how to work with millennials. This is usually an ongoing engagement, but a comprehensive session could be done in about 2 hours.

5. Culture, Mission and Vision - Good for teams and coaches. Working with the team and the leadership, we assist in the development of a culture statement, and help them create a useful mission and vision. What is unique about our process is that it creates shared outcomes, where the thoughts and ideas are coming from the executors as opposed to having them handed down from on-high. This process takes about a full day. 

Lonnie Sarnell – Specialty Areas

 

Mental Skills for Peak Performance

This presentation provides an introduction to sport psychology, focusing on concrete strategies for helping athletes perform at their best: getting in the zone, anxiety management, mindfulness, performance routines, positive self-talk, visualization, goal setting, and self-care.  This presentation can be delivered as a 1-hour overview of these strategies, or it can be presented as a series over time, allowing for more depth and skill development.

 

Performance Anxiety and Anxiety Management Strategies

Anxiety is natural in high-pressure situations, and for some, their performance anxiety level increases to the point that it becomes debilitating.  The best thing about anxiety is that there are many strategies for managing it, from techniques that foster physical relaxation to strategies for shifting thinking patterns.

 

Eating Disorders and Body Image Concerns

It’s important for athletes to work toward developing a positive body image and to understand the risk factors, signs, and symptoms related to the development of an eating disorder.  By taking a comprehensive approach that includes a team of professionals, athletes struggling with disordered eating behaviors can make a meaningful recovery.

 

Mindfulness

Mindfulness practice helps improve our ability to be in the present moment, and we perform at our best when we are in the moment. From mindfulness meditation exercises that can be done off the field to ways of bringing mindfulness into your sport, this presentation helps you learn how to use the power of mindfulness to improve your sports experience and performance.

 

Coping with Injury

Working with a sport psychologist while injured can help athletes understand psychological reactions to injury, learn mental skills for fostering recovery, and continue to make progress within their sport by learning and practicing strategies to improve their mental game.

 

Life Stress and Coping Skills

While facing stressors within their sport, athletes also have to manage a variety of other stressors, from school to relationships. Athletes benefit from learning how to manage emotions, develop balanced thinking patterns, and engage in self-care, so that they can be at their best in all areas of life.

 


 

“The impact Dr. Nick and his work on mental preparation and performance is changing the way our quarterbacks prepare and process. His program combined with our High School, College, and NFL draft prep QB program provides key identifiers and exercises which allow our athletes to reach optimal performance on game day.” ~ Ken Mastrole, Mastrole Quarterback Academy

“Nic Voge, meeting with you has really transformed my semester! I feel better organized and in control of my schedule (more) than ever before... Aside from my parents, there are very few people that have given me the amount of special attention and time that you have to develop my life, and I’m extremely grateful for your help!” ~ Princeton undergraduate, class of 2017

Matt Frawley and Nic Voge have a realistic and deep understanding of the challenges that students face and share the tools, strategies and mindsets to pre-pave the way for successful experience. ~ Patti Lieberman, Head of College Advising Princeton HS

Scott Lenz, Inner Image artfully blends education and motivation into a meaningful message that serves our student-athletes well on the field and off, today and for a lifetime. ~ Miller Bugliari, Head Coach of Boys Varsity Soccer Pingry School 

 

 
 
 
 


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