My history, my mentors and those that influence my career
All of us have mentors and role models so we must not forget where we started in order to better understand where we are going!
Bertha Lucas, director & coach- Chicago Rebels
James E. Coleman, PhD - advisor in graduate school and mentor and trained me to become an international setter and player
Mary Jo Peppler, Olympian, coach & co-owner of E Pluribus Unum - teammate on EPU and national team
Coach Tom Landry, Head Coach Dallas Cowboys - 1st role model
Arie Selinger, PhD, Head Coach 1984 Olympic Team - assistant coach and player
Pat & Howard McChesney, role model and advisor
Ebony Nwanebu, player since age 5 (now 18 years old) - the next Flo Hyman potential
Jayden Hisel, player since age 5 (now 9 years old)
Marilyn McReavey, Olympian, coach & co-owner of E Pluribus Unum - team on EPU, national team and College-Bound Coaches Network camp staff
Danielle Scott, 5-time Olympian - former junior club player
Rose Magers, Olympian, former player at Houston and Camp Co-Directors
Rita Crockett, Olympian and former player at Houston
Rosemary Fri, UNC College advisor and tennis, volleyball coach
Dr. Karol Kahrs - AIAW Volleyball Committee Technical Director
Danielle Scott supporting the efforts of youth development
The first BYOP® Developmental program with a group of 5-8 year olds under the name of VolleyKidz.
In 2007, the name was changed to BYOP Bring Your Own Parent® and in 2012 the name and logo as well as the educational kit (DVD, parent-player training guide) was trademarked by brvc.