Partnership Manager, New England
Staff, Trainers - New England, Blog Authors
Chris Fay joined Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) in August 2016 as the Partnership Manager of its New England Chapter with the hopes of expanding its mission throughout the region of changing the culture of youth sports.
Prior to joining PCA, Chris oversaw the day-to-day operations of Frozen Ropes; one of the area's largest and most successful baseball and softball training centers. During his 10 years at Frozen Ropes, Chris worked with players of all ages, coaches, league directors, and youth sports organizations with the goal of helping them achieve positive, character-building experiences through sports. The New England native's passion for PCA's mission is also what motivates him in his position as the commissioner of Wayland Little League's Developmental Program and Coaching Coordinator. Chris also addresses topics in youth sports and coaching in his monthly column, The Volunteer Coach, which is published in the New England Baseball Journal.
As a player, Chris played college baseball at Gettysburg College -- and every intramural program the school could offer! Chris loves all sports - and this includes old man softball - because of its ability to teach us life lessons and challenge us in ways other activities simply cannot. After graduating from Gettysburg College, Chris served as an assistant baseball coach at Newbury College in Brookline, MA for two seasons.
Chris resides in Wayland, MA with his wife Gina and three young children who he hopes will have a lifelong love of sports.