Compiled by Peyton Grenley – Editor-in-Chief-at-Large
Q: Why do you think you are capable of the job?
A: I love sports, and I have a lot of passion. I love helping kids and moving them in the right direction. I am extremely excited about the challenge and the opportunity to expand the athletic program at CHS.
Q: Will you continue to coach and teach?
A: I plan on continuing to both coach and teach. I will teach for sure, and we will see what happens with coaching. I have grown to love my volleyball teams and have been blessed with such fabulous kids in my program.
Q: What are you most looking forward to as the athletic director?
A: I am most looking forward to the challenge and the opportunity to work with all the coaches and the students. I look forward to all the ups and downs and learning. I may actually go back to school and get another Masters Degree in Coaching and Sports Administration from Concordia University-Irvine. I love sports, challenges, competition and making a positive impact on others lives.
Q: Of what specifically will you be in charge?
A: I will be in charge of all the athletics. I want to get Calabasas more visible and in the media. Recognition is huge, and the Acorn and the Ventura County Star are two publications that everyone seems to read.
Q: What do you think is the most important part of your job?
A: Communication is key! I want the coaches and I to have a great working relationship built on trust and understanding. I look forward to these relationships and finding ways to help each and every program to be successful.
Q: What areas would you like to improve upon at CHS?
A: We need to be branded. We need a logo that identifies us. We need more tradition. The PACK is awesome, but I am challenging the PACK to be at more events. If the PACK wants to be well-known, let’s be the best and support all sports.