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Positive Coaching Alliance is proud to announce the addition of Sasha Seymore to its National Leadership Council. PCA’s National Leadership Council is a group of select business and community leaders who help guide and grow the PCA Movement. Members are committed to the mission of PCA and its impact on a national scale.
In joining the Leadership Council, Seymore joins an impressive group representing companies including Apple, Google, Amazon, and Sullivan & Cromwell.
"We are thrilled to have Sasha join PCA’s National Leadership Council,” said Jason Sacks, PCA’s Chief Development Officer. "Sasha brings invaluable experience to PCA, as a former student-athlete and the co-Founder of a company that shares many of PCA’s values, in Learn to Win. Sasha’s passion for sports as a platform for positive youth development combined with his business acumen will be a great addition to the PCA family."
“I am honored to join a group of like-minded individuals dedicated to providing better training and resources to build a positive youth sports culture for coaches, parents, and athletes across the country,” said Seymore, “youth sports can be a tremendous catalyst for positive growth in a community, and I’m excited to be a part of that mission with PCA”
Prior to becoming co-founder and COO of Learn to Win, Sasha worked as a consultant for McKinsey & Company and played professional basketball in Europe. Sasha received an MBA from Stanford as a Knight-Hennessey scholar, an MA from Queen's University Belfast as a George Mitchell Scholar, and a BA from the University of North Carolina, where he was a Morehead-Cain Scholar, Senior Class President, and Scholar-Athlete of the Year on the men's basketball team under Coach Roy Williams. Sasha serves on the Young Alumni Leadership Council at UNC and was named to the 2022 Forbes 30 under 30 list in Education for his work at Learn to Win.
Sasha is a strong believer in the power of sports to bring positive change. While in college, Sasha wrote his honors thesis on non-profits focused on using sports for social change and dribbled a soccer ball 400 miles across the state of North Carolina to raise money and awareness for organizations that unite children of war-torn regions in their shared love of soccer.