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Board President
Dr Terrence Hofer

Terry Hofer through varied roles with increasing responsibilities as an elementary and middle school teacher, youth and high school soccer coach, building principal, special education administrator, district level administrator and senior vice president at a national education management company, Dr. Hofer has maintained an unwavering pursuit of educational excellence.  Currently, he serves as Senior Vice President at Global Partnership Schools, and oversees academic programs at over 250 locations in 50+ districts across the country. 

Previously, Dr. Hofer managed federal grant programs in excess of $32 million annually, including programs targeting disadvantaged youth, homeless children, teacher recruitment, retention and professional development, innovative programs and safe and drug-free schools.  Dr. Hofer helped launch innovative opportunities for children and families while leading a committed and diverse team with the opening of two College Prep High Schools and three Parent Information & Student Registration Centers in the Rochester City School District.  He currently serves as a Board member of the National Association of Federal Education Program Administrators.

   

Board Vice President

Dr. Jason Quintal

Dr. Quintal is a licensed Clinical Social Worker, Board Certified in Clinical Hypnosis, and is a Certified Traumatologist. He obtained his Master’s degree in Social Work and also his Ph.D. from Florida State University. In addition to his practice, Dr. Quintal conducts retreats, seminars and workshops. He is a recognized speaker and commentator issues and has appeared as a guest on radio and television talk shows and has been a guest lecturer at the University of South Florida. Prior to opening his private practice in 2006, Dr. Quintal worked for numerous Tampa Bay Social Service Agencies including Pinellas County Schools. 

   
Superintendents Rep
Dr. Daniel Murray

Dr. Daniel Murray is the Superintendent of the York Central Schools. Murray is a native of Mt. Morris. He attended St. John Fisher College where earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in psychology and certification as an elementary school teacher. He went on to complete a Masters Degree in Education and a Certificate of Advanced Studies at the State University at Brockport. In 2008 he graduated from the University of Rochester with a Doctorate in Education. Murray spent nine years as a classroom teacher at the Fairport Central School before becoming the assistant elementary principal at LeRoy Central School. He broadened his experience beyond the elementary level when he became the K-12 Director of Curriculum and Instruction at Wheatland-Chili Central School and later, the middle school principal at the district for the six years prior to his arrival at YCS.

   
NCAA Coaches Rep

Mr. David Morris

Dave boasts coaching experience from Frostburg State (Md.), Rockville High School (Md.) and Damascus High School (Md.). Morris received his bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan, and his Master's in sports management from Frostburg State. Morris also helped found the West Wisconsin Dynamo soccer club, where he fielded a team that recorded two state championships. Prior to coming to CSU-Pueblo, Morris spent the 2006-07 season as an assistant coach at Wisconsin-Green Bay. Prior to his stint at Wisconsin-Green Bay, Morris was the head coach at Division III Wisconsin-Stout.  In 2007 took over as the head coach at Colorado State University-Pueblo.

   
Parent Rep

Mr. Jarrod D. Clancy

Jerrad Clancy brings a wealth a athletic coaching and parental experience to the NCAAA Advisory Board. Jerrad has been teaching for the past 11 years and is a nationally certified K-12 Physical Education Instructor. Ten of those have been in Las Vegas, Nevada. Clancy has been recognized for his outstanding teaching with two Distinguished Educator Awards, one Teacher of The Year Award and also winning the Volunteer of The Year Award for Jump Rope for Heart through the American Heart Association. He holds a license for K-12 Educational Leadership or Administration. Clancy's children have been heavily involved with athletics. His two oldest daughters have participated in: soccer, gymnastics, martial arts, equestrian and dance. His son is currently participating in golf and baseball. Clancy also has a diverse coaching background.  Currently Clancy is the Director for a Las Vegas youth soccer league that includes 10 schools, 450 student-athletes and 30 teams and coached HS soccer, basketball and tennis.

 

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