The PCA Movement is people powered. You don't impact millions of youth and high school sports coaches, parents and athletes without a great team. And you don't teach those coaches, parents and athletes about teamwork -- perhaps the key life lesson inherent in sports -- without fully understanding it yourself.
The strength of the PCA Movement lies in our team's diversity and breadth and depth of experience. The result is a cross-pollination of ideas -- from the youth sports coaches and parents on our staff >> and PCA Trainers Corps >> to the internationally renowned pro coaches and athletes on our National Advisory Board >> to the high school-age student athletes on our National Student-Athlete Advisory Board >>.
Those ideas manifest in unique products and services, including live group workshops, online courses, books and the free, expert advice in our website's Ask PCA feature, Momentum e-mail newsletter, and Talking Points e-mail series. Because the products and services stem from people of such diverse backgrounds and experiences, they impact a wide range of youth and high school sports coaches, parents, athletes and leaders.
Which brings that much more people power to the PCA Movement.
Click on the images below to meet the team that understands teamwork.
Phil Jackson, 11-time NBA Champion Coach, leads a volunteer National Advisory Board of coaches, athletes, academics and business leaders who know how to win games and win in life.
PCA Trainers have led 10,000-plus workshops nationwide for PCA Partner schools and youth sports organizations. These transformative, research-based workshops each year "unfreeze" thousands of coaches and parents, impacting millions of youth athletes.
PCA's Board of Directors and PCA Founder and Chief Executive Officer Jim Thompson spearhead the movement to make youth sports a positive, character-building experience for all youth athletes.
PCA Founder and CEO Jim Thompson leads a staff that combines their professional skills with their passion and diverse experience as youth sports athletes, coaches and parents.