Doug Ingram, Senior Director of International Games for the USOC, will be the instructor for the ASCA Level 4 Leadership School on Weds. Sept. 10 in Jacksonville at the 2014 World Clinic.
Coach Ingram will also deliver the Doc Counsilman Memorial Lecture that evening. With 23 years of swim coaching, 7 National NJCAA Championships and 6 Coach of the Year Honors, 173 All Americans and recipient of the USA Swimming Award for Service to the sport in 1993, added to his 22 years with the USOC, and his former ASCA Presidency, no one is better prepared to teach about Leadership. Many of our sports major leaders were mentored by Coach Ingram.
“Doug Ingram is the man many of us would most associate with the phrase “There is no limit to what we can accomplish if no one cares who gets the Credit.” Since the early 1970’s he has been one of the most amazing leaders in all of American Sport, and so few people know him…yet he has mentored so many of the current leaders in today’s USA-Swimming Community, myself among them. He’s almost a mythic figure…and no coach should pass up the opportunity to come learn Doug’s thoughts on leadership. Every successful Olympic Games we’ve had since the 1980’s, Doug has been an integral part of making it all work. He’s THE BEST!” (John Leonard, ASCA Executive Director)
“I know I can only hope to be half the leader that this man is. I cannot think of a better person to teach leadership. He’ll be Fantastic! Great call!” (Coach Jim Tierney, Northwestern University)
“At every stage of his remarkable career, Doug has epitomized the servant leader. Having been fortunate enough to be someone who has benefited from his leadership skills and style, I cannot imagine a better person to teach the ASCA Leadership School. This is a very special opportunity.”
Pat Hogan — Director — Club Development, USA Swimming.
THE DOUG INGRAM FILE
Married to Susie — 36 years
Son, Jeff — Teacher/coach with Falcon School District, CO
Daughter, Sara — Nurse in NICU at Denver Children’s Hospital
2 grandkids ( Caleb and Arbrey )
B.S. in Education/Exercise Physiology, University of North Texas — 1970
M.S. in Biomechanics, University of Texas PB — 1979
Current Position — Senior Director of International Games, U.S. Olympic Committee
Responsibilities — oversee logistical preparations for USA participation in multi-sport events (Olympics, Paralympics, Pan American Games, Youth Olympic Games)
Previous Position– Managing Director of Performance Services, USOC
Responsibilities — oversee provision of coaching, medicine and science services to Team USA athletes, coaches and National Governing Bodies.
– Just completed 22nd anniversary with the USOC
– Has represented the USOC at 12 Olympic Games, 10 Paralympics, 5 PanAms
9 years high school and club
14 years collegiate
7 national team championships (NJCAA )
6 National Coach of the Year awards ( NJCAA )
173 All Americans ( HS, NJCAA, Div I )
Recipient U.S.A. Swimming Award for service to the sport — 1993
American Swim Coaches Association — Board member, 9 years
President, 2 years
U.S.A. Swimming Olympic Planning Committee — Member, 12 years
Chair, 8 years
U.S. Olympic Team staff — 1984 ( Head Manager ) , 1988 ( additional staff )
U.S. World Championship Team Staff — 1982 ( Head Manager ), 1986 ( CDM )
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