John Eagleton

John Eagleton

Executive Director, Tennis

Harvey Newton

Harvey Newton

Executive Director, Weightlifting

Mark Strickland

Mark Strickland

Executive Director, Basketball

Roy Wegerle

Roy Wegerle

Executive Director, Soccer

Roberto Borgatti

Roberto Borgatti

Executive Director, Golf

Gylton Da Matta

Gylton Da Matta

Executive Director, Volleyball

Jeff Salzenstein

Jeff Salzenstein

Tennis Coach

Jane Forman

Jane Forman

Tennis Coach

Bill Patton

Bill Patton

Contributor

Lizl Kotz

Lizl Kotz

Contributor

Joy Macci

Joy Macci

Senior Contributor

Mark Kovacs

Mark Kovacs

Senior Contributor

Tim Hardaway

Tim Hardaway

Basketball Coach

Toccara Williams

Toccara Williams

Basketball Coach

Warren Pretorius

Warren Pretorius

Senior Contributor

Paul Lubbers

Paul Lubbers

Senior Contributor

Bridget Raach

Bridget Raach

Senior Contributor

Bob Takano

Bob Takano

Weightlifting Coach/Senior Contributor

Brian Derwin

Brian Derwin

Senior Contributor

Derrick Crass

Derrick Crass

Senior Contributor

TJ Greenstone

TJ Greenstone

Senior Contributor

Leo Totten

Leo Totten

Senior Contributor

Kerri Hanebrink Goodrich

Kerri Hanebrink Goodrich

Senior Contributor

Elisabeth Oehler

Elisabeth Oehler

Senior Contributor

Eric De Sousa

Eric De Sousa

Soccer Coach

Brian Galvin

Brian Galvin

Soccer Coach

Neil McKay

Neil McKay

Soccer Coach

Troy ‘Chopper’ Edwards

Troy ‘Chopper’ Edwards

Soccer Coach

Michael Araujo

Michael Araujo

Soccer Coach

Steve McCrath

Steve McCrath

Soccer Coach

Taylor Johnson

Taylor Johnson

Esports Performance Trainer

Katherine Aiken

Katherine Aiken

Senior Contributor

Roberley Leonaldo

Roberley Leonaldo

Senior Contributor

Ricardo Gomes Tabach

Ricardo Gomes Tabach

Senior Contributor

Connie R. Charles

Connie R. Charles

Senior Contributor

Sylvain Guimond

Sylvain Guimond

Senior Contributor

Javair Gillett

Javair Gillett

Senior Contributor

Gene Coleman

Gene Coleman

Senior Contributor

Ed Downs

Ed Downs

Senior Contributor

Frans Cronje

Frans Cronje

Senior Contributor

Cedric Carter

Cedric Carter

Basketball Coach

Forrest Conoly

Forrest Conoly

Senior Contributor

Wendi Weimar

Wendi Weimar

Senior Contributor

Daniel Teixeira

Daniel Teixeira

Senior Contributor

Craig O'Shannessy

Craig O'Shannessy

Senior Contributor

Jeff Bauer

Jeff Bauer

Senior Contributor

Olivier Bourquin

Olivier Bourquin

Senior Contributor

Vanessa Yingling

Vanessa Yingling

Senior Contributor

John Garhammer

John Garhammer

Senior Contributor

Trent Nessler

Trent Nessler

Senior Contributor

Ben Johnson

Ben Johnson

Senior Contributor

Deborah L. Stroman

Deborah L. Stroman

Senior Contributor

Jason Gilliam-Alexander

Jason Gilliam-Alexander

Senior Contributor

Cesar Castaneda

Cesar Castaneda

Tennis Coach

CJ Stewart

CJ Stewart

Senior Contributor

Alex Pama

Alex Pama

Senior Contributor

Deuce Larmond

Deuce Larmond

Senior Contributor

Carlos Teixeira

Carlos Teixeira

Tennis Coach

Claire Carter

Claire Carter

Senior Contributor

Greg Werner

Greg Werner

Senior Contributor

Joe Kenn

Joe Kenn

Senior Contributor

Summer Huntington

Summer Huntington

Senior Contributor

Mauricio Marques

Mauricio Marques

Senior Contributor

Aaron Burt

Aaron Burt

Senior Contributor

Kristen Dieffenbach

Kristen Dieffenbach

Senior Contributor

Cam Dailey

Cam Dailey

Senior Contributor

Marcus Lerbach

Marcus Lerbach

Senior Contributor

Iain Byrne

Iain Byrne

Senior Contributor

Rana Reider

Rana Reider

Senior Contributor

Tom Sutter

Tom Sutter

Senior Contributor

JJ Rivet

JJ Rivet

Senior Contributor

Mark Rush

Mark Rush

Senior Contributor

David Ramos

David Ramos

Senior Contributor

Alex Pama

ALEX PAMA

SENIOR CONTRIBUTOR

Coach Pama learned about winning championships as a product of the famed Dutch soccer (sports) scene. As SC Cambuur-Leeuwarden’s Chief Executive Officer / General Manager for 5 years, Pama took lessons learned in the field and applied them administratively at the sports highest level to help spur SC Cambuur’s growth into one of the most respected Dutch professional soccer organizations.

Through his efforts, Pama was responsible for instilling the groundwork for SC Cambuur’s success in five years as its head and well into the future. As the organization’s CEO and GM, Pama overhauled Cambuur’s business framework, leading to, among other things, a near promotion in 2009 and 2010 to the Eredivisie, the highest professional league in the Netherlands.

He emphasized the development of local talent and as a result, SC Cambuur had the (transfer) rights to some of the most talented young players in Dutch soccer. Several records were broken during his tenure at Cambuur (longest winning streak, highest average attendance, most replica jersey’s sold in single season, highest play off TV ratings etc). The club was recognized by the Dutch government and KNVB as one of the most involved professional sport franchises in the community.

In 2011, Pama resigned from SC Cambuur. During his stay in the Netherlands, Pama served as an Executive Board voting member of the KNVB, the Dutch Soccer Federation. In that role he put his business background to work in preparing the framework for the Local Organizing Committee’s effort to bring the 2018 World Cup to the Netherlands.

He also served on several other committees at the Dutch Soccer Federation and at the Jupiler League. Some of the committees involved were the sales and marketing committee, the advice committee for the Executive Management of the KNVB, future platform committee and Clubs/Player’s Union negotiating committee. He also served as an ambassador for the Kika Foundation (Children’s Cancer Foundation) in the Netherlands.

He owns Pama Sports, a soccer training and consultancy company in the United States. He served as a volunteer assistant coach for Kennesaw State University Women's Soccer program (NCAA Division I). He is the current men’s soccer head coach at Life University (NAIA) and has transformed the program from a 1-15 record to a National powerhouse in just three short years.

In 2019 he was voted Coach of the Year in the Mid-South Conference and in 2020 was voted as Coach of the Year in the Life University Athletic Department. He has been a member of the boys and girls Region III and IV ODP staff for more than 15 years and is a head coach for Georgia's Olympic Development Program (ODP).

In 2018 he was voted as one of the Top 50 coaches in 50 years of Georgia Soccer. He has been an instructor for US Soccer and served for more than 20 years as a director of coaching for various soccer organizations around the States (Idaho, Arkansas, Georgia).

He has produced over 300 collegiate players (NCAA/NAIA) in all those years as well as 11 World Cup participants and over 30 professional players. Currently he also serves as a Technical Director for local metro Atlanta soccer program, Impact SC. Coach Pama holds a KNVB (Dutch Federation) Trainer Coach II and III License (UEFA B and C), a United States Soccer Federation A and B License, an US Soccer National Youth License as well as a KNVB Referee License.

Pama resides in Canton, GA with his wife Karen and their two children. Both his kids are soccer players. His son AJ played for Atlanta United and currently is playing for IMG in Florida. His daughter Sydney is playing at the National League level for Impact. In addition to his passion for soccer, he enjoys hiking, cycling, long beach walks and history.