For a quick look at my professional journey, please see the following features:
Born and raised in Omaha, NE
2005: NCAA DI softball player at the University of New Mexico
2009: Strength and Conditioning Intern: API (Now EXOS)
2010: Strength and Conditioning Graduate Assistant: LSU
2012: Strength and Conditioning Intern: St. Louis Cardinals MiLB
2012: Front Office Internship: Los Tigres Del Licey (La Republica Dominicana)
2013: Strength and Conditioning Internship: Arizona State University
2013: Strength and Conditioning Internship: Chicago White Sox
2014: Minor League Strength & Conditioning Coord: St. Louis Cardinals
2016: Latin American Strength and Conditioning Coordinator: Houston Astros
2018: MiLB Strength and Conditioning Coach: AA Affiliate: Houston Astros
2019: Returned to School for MSc in Biomechanics in Amsterdam
2019: Apprentice Hitting Coach: Netherlands National Baseball & Softball programs
2019: Research & Development Intern: Driveline Baseball: Eye Tracking for Hitters.
2019: Hired by New York Yankees as an MiLB hitting coach
2022: Moved to role as minor league manager
Updated Sept 1, 2020: The worst possible thing that could happen is that I could look back at my life and say that the only thing I did for the world was to make a few athletes stronger in the gym or better at hitting a baseball. By trade I'm a hitting coach, but in reality, I'm a student, athlete, minimalist, feminist and nomad. Those are things that I resonated with long before my career and will be with me long after my career in sports is over.
If you are seeking mentorship in career or educational pursuits or life in general, please see the mentorship options that I have available here. I started mentoring professionals in 2020 in a formal manner and find that this is the most beneficial way for people to get quality advice, get more confident in their path and feel supported in their journey.
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