Dr. Keith Blevens
Dr. Blevens has over thirty-five years of professional experience in the field of human behavior. A graduate of Indiana University, he received a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the American Psychological Association approved program at Texas Tech University in 1975. In 1977, he began pioneering a new paradigm that has advanced a breakthrough in our understanding of human mental functioning. This development applies to all fields of human endeavor (including athletics) and Dr. Blevens has had a wide array of professional, practical, and personal experience in it. He has worked as a consultant in business, industry, organizations, universities and health care systems and as a therapist, trainer, and educator to individuals, couples, families, and companies. Currently, he is an associate at Pransky and Associates.
Mr. Keys attended Mississippi State University where he played football and graduated in Education. From 1983 to 1990, he played defensive end with the Chicago Bears, San Diego Chargers, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, including playing an integral role in the Bears’ run to the Super Bowl and World Championship in 1985. A resident of Tampa, Florida, Mr. Keys founded All Sports Community Service, Inc. in 1991, to provide challenged youth guidance in their pursuit of higher education.
Mr. Katzman, alumni of Princeton University, founded the Princeton Review in 1981. Mr. Katzman served as its President from 1991-2000, and as the CEO from 2000-2009. He is currently the chairman of 2tor Inc., an online higher education service company. Mr. Katzman also created the Princeton Review Foundation, which helps disadvantaged students prepare for and pay for college. An accomplished scholar and author, Mr. Katzman is the co-author of Class Action: How to Create Accountability, Innovation, and Excellence in American Schools. He often speaks on topics related to education, and the measurement of academic achievement. He has been featured on PBS’ Frontline, as well as other national news and talk programs.
Mr. Whitehead has recently begun his sixth season as the coach for University of Maine’s men’s hockey team. In his first year with the Black Bears, Mr. Whitehead led the team to a record of 26-11-7, and finished as the NCAA finalists. Mr. Whitehead recorded his 100th career victory against Harvard on March 23, 2002 in the NCAA East Regional in Worchester, Massachusetts, with a 4-3 overtime victory. He also won the American Hockey Coaches Spencer Penrose Award as the National Coach of the Year in 2002, and finished runner up the year prior. Mr. Whitehead graduated from Hamilton College in 1985 with a Bachelor’s degree in government, and earned his Master’s degree in education from the University of Maine in 1991.
Mr. Naddelman is President of The Baseball Factory, the nation’s leading baseball development and showcase company. Under Mr. Naddelman’s, and his partner Steve Sclafani’s, direction, The Baseball Factory has grown by over 1000% in the past 10 years. He is currently a member of the National Registry of Who’s Who in Executive and Professionals and was featured in Business Week (with Steve Sclafani) as successful business leaders on a national scale. Mr. Naddelman is also the Executive Director of The Baseball Factory’s B.A.S.E.-H.I.T. Foundation, which helps at risk youth excel in the classroom by using baseball as an incentive. Mr. Naddelman is a graduate of The University of Pennsylvania where he was a two time All-Ivy League selection and competed in the NCAA Division I College World Series Midwest Regional.