Roles and Responsibilities
2012 – 2014 Branksome Hall Asia - Jeju Island - South Korea
2012 - 2014 Athletics Director
This role enabled me to develop a Long Term Sport and Athlete Development plans and establishing a co-curricular and academy program from JK to Grade 12. Through the four corners of sport, I have developed physical literacy and talent from grass roots to high performance - competing in local and national events in a range of sports.
2013 – 2014 KISAC (Korean International School Activities Conference) Secretary
This role incorporates the organization of all National International School sporting events between Korean Schools on Jeju Island, Busan and Seoul via the following website I designed and manage: www.kisac2013.weebly.com
2012 - 2013 JISAC Founder and Chairperson
As the founder of JISAC (Jeju International School Athletics Conference), this role incorporated the organization of all local international school sporting events on Jeju Island, via the following website I designed and managed. www.jisac.weebly.com
2006 – 2012 Pinehurst Independent School - Auckland - New Zealand
2007 - 2012 - Director of Sport and Teacher in Charge EOTC
This role enabled me to design and develop the PE curriculum, inter house events, after school, competitions between local schools, and lunchtime sport program through a holistic approach. General movement, technique, habits and small sided games – with support from outside agencies - provided opportunities to compete at a greater level. I implemented staff professional development through observation, time and resources and modeling. I led a team of 20 staff to organize and implement a sporting program for 500 students
2006 - 2012 Director of Football (Ages 5-18 Years) and 1st XI (Girls and Boys) Head Coach
This provided the opportunity to develop players from all ages and abilities through and enriched football program. Each level was carefully differentiated according to the characteristics and needs of players. This elite program was designed in conjunction with a ‘Fit Well’ program. I organized the Primary and Intermediate Auckland Zone Day and Mid Bays competitions for nineteen Intermediate and Primary cluster Schools.
2011 - 2013 Founder and Chief Executive - Sports Expo – The Outside In
With the endorsement from Harbour Sport (New Zealand Regional Sport Council), I organized the biggest sporting event in Greater Auckland for 2011 and 2013. Leading a team of 50 staff, the Sport Expo hosted over 100 sporting providers and approximately 3000 people from all Primary, Intermediate, Secondary Schools, College and Universities. I co-ordinated special guests to attend and successfully secured members of the Silver Ferns, NZ Warriors, NZ Breakers, NZ Football, All Blacks, Black Sticks, and NZ Golf.
2011 - 2103 Founder of the Primary and Intermediate Champions Football League
I developed the Primary and Intermediate mid-week champions football leagues. With 12 teams participating in each local league, I was able to liaise with players, staff and parents, running a high performance league for two age groups. During the FIFA World Cup 2010, I organized an Auckland Intermediate Schools World Cup Tournament, which invited 30 schools (over 500 boys) from North Shore City, Auckland City and Waitakere City (New Zealand regions) This experience included an opening ceremony, pool and knock out rounds and a closing ceremony.
2011 – 2012 GACU (Greater Auckland Coaching Unit) Development Coach
As a sporting leader in the community, I assisted Pinehurst Independent School and GACU by developing coaching strategies for a range of sports, ages and abilities. I also developed an orientation pack for new coaches.
2009 - 2012 Sports and PE/ Health Curriculum Mentor Year 1-9
This responsibility allowed me to guide teachers and sports assistants through the Assessment For Learning (AFL) approach and Learning Management System. Through best practice of progressive planning and delivery – providing rubric assessment, portfolio samples and observation - other members of staff were able to implement the AFL process effectively