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Join us for a special live one hour interview with Coach Bru! John Brubaker brings more than fifteen years of experience in Leadership Development, Coaching and Human Resource Management to his work as a performance consultant, speaker and author. John Brubaker’s professional background is rich and varied. Prior to launching his consultancy, he spent over a decade as a college head coach and professor. Most recently, Brubaker spent four years on air with ESPN Radio and Fox Sports as an analyst and personality.Brubaker guided the St. Andrew's College lacrosse program from 2001-2004 leading them to unparalleled success producing Top 10 national rankings each year and an NCAA Final Four appearance. A three time coach of the year, Brubaker has coached nine All-Americans and had seven of his players drafted to play professionally. He has been a featured speaker at the US Lacrosse National Convention and has also performed televised instructional pieces for Coaches’ Effectiveness as well as Player-Coach Communication. Author of the forthcoming book, Overtime Victory: Success Strategies From The Locker Room To The Board Room, John uses a multidisciplinary approach to help organizations develop their competitive edge. He is a1992 graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and he also earned a master’s degree in personnel psychology from FDU in 1993. Brubaker has completed his doctoral level coursework in Sport Psychology at Temple University. John’s passions include: coaching and deaf education. Active in the community, John is the vice-president of the National Cued Speech Association and serves on the board of the Cued Speech Association of Maine. He is also a member of the Kiwanis and the Positive Coaching Alliance. John and his wife have two children and live in Maine.
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