Age Group Coach - Senior Coach - Masters Coach - Swim Instructor
26 El Toyonal
Mobile: (510) 778-4458
2020 – 2023 - ASCA Level 1-2-3-4
2017 – 2023 - Coaching and Swim Instruction Courses from USA Swimming
2018 – California College: Early Childhood Education: 12 units
1986 – 1991 Marmara University, Art Institute Bachelor of Art in Movie and Television Production Istanbul, Turkey
Since January 2021 – Lifeguard
Since February 2020 – ASCA Level 1 - 2 - 3 - 4
Since November 2019 – USA Swimming – USAD Coach’s Advantage Tutorial
Since November 2019 – USA Swimming – Athlete Protection Training
Since November 2019 – USA Swimming – Club Leadership and Business Management 101
February 2019 – Certified Pool / Spa Operator
Since December 2018 – Masters Swim Coach
Since May 2018 – USA Swimming: Heads-Up Concussion Training
Since October 2018 – Age Group Swim Coach
Since February 2018 – USA Swimming - Maintaining a Positive Culture
Since February 2018 – USA Swimming -Preventing Bullying
Since February 2018 – USA Swimming -Safe Sport
Since January 2018 – In Water Safety Training for Swim Coaches
Since December 2017 – Heart Saver First Aid CPR AED
Since December 2017 – Adult Learn to Swim Instructor
2022 – Present – WCAB 10 & Under Assistant Coach
2021 – Present – OCC Assistant Coach
2017 – Present – Private swim lessons
2020 – 2021 – Shadowing OA swim team
2019 – 2020 – Emeryville Aquatic Club – Age Group Coach
2019 – 2021 – Albany Unified School District – CA, High School Resource Para-Ed.
2017 – 2019 – Albany Unified School District – CA, TK/K/1-12, Lead Para-Ed., Special Ed.
2018 – Oaklantis Swim Team - Swim Instructor / Coach Subbing
2017 – Richmond Plunge Adult Learn to Swim Instructor – with Coach Carol Nip
2015 – 2017– AAA Swim Team Volunteer
2004 – 2020 – Coaching my two kids.
1999 – 1991 – Assistant Director, Post-Production, Announcer, News Editor - TURKEY
Age Group Coach - Senior Coach - Masters Coach
Orinda, CA, USA
I currently am finishing up my bachelors in exercise science. I have competed in USA swimming for over eight years and also competed as a college athlete for a Division Two Program with the University of Texas Permian Basin. I have so much passion for the field of coaching, exercise science, and psychology services. I have coached previously both as an age group coach, swim instructor, and summer league coach and have enjoyed every opportunity to help swimmers learn the correct technique to better themselves in the pool and to also help prevent injuries from occurring. I’m passionate to get back into the field of swim coaching!
My experiences come from coaching four years at the high school level, as well as four years of a local club team and finally making the move to coaching at the collegiate level for DePauw University for the past three years. Many of the experiences that I have come across came from the fifteen years I have been swimming competitively, my years as a high school swimmer, and for my years as a college athlete in swimming and water polo.
Throughout my years as an athlete I have been able to experience many different styles of coaching, techniques and understanding of new ways to teach certain strokes. I have had the pleasure of working with many different coaching styles as well as coaches who have brought a new way in looking at the strokes. Through my prior experience as a teammate and as an assistant coach, I have learned many lessons and techniques that have helped me be an excellent and proficient coach - all of which I employ in my coaching duties today. Among others these include teaching proper stroke technique, instilling a winning work ethic, running drills to maximize conditioning, helping maintain a healthy mental attitude and explaining race strategies for many of the events.
When it comes to my coaching philosophy. I am a big believer in the idea of how one's body feels, and what is going through one's mind before and after each race. Helping with ideas, race strategy and mental positivity is one of my biggest focus points as a coach.
When getting to the heart of the season in regards to racing, meets and practice there is no other place I would rather be than on the pool deck. Being able to coach everyday, talking to the team and getting to know them/what they want to work on throughout the practice, week or even the season really helps me focus on what should be prioritized when writing for practice groups. I have had the great fortune to work with wonderful athletes, and they are a huge reason why I love coaching. Being able to connect with them and just help when they are on and off the pool deck really helps make that connection stronger, and also helps build trust between myself and the team.
Collegiate Assistant Swimming Coach
Watertown, MN, USA
Nearly fifty years of coaching experience. Learned from Frank Elm at Rutgers University and Bob Matson at the Wilmington Aquatic Club. Used this high level of education to build high school teams and developmental programs. Most recently completed 18 summers providing a feeder program for local USA teams, including Indian River Rats in Fort Pierce.
The Swim Squad mentioned above has utilized my high school swimmers as volunteers and then as paid staff. We have developed a consistent teaching methodology and are known in our area for our success at teaching superior stroke mechanics.
I'm also an occupational therapy practitioner with a specialty in aquatic therapy.
I'm particularly good at training younger coaches.
I'm open to a new challenge- in a hot weather state only. Very interested in a college coaching position. I enjoy coaching Masters and am good at teaching adult beginners.
Florida, California, Hawaii, or Puerto Rico, one of the islands, Mexico. Austin, Texas- possibly.
Would consider any place in the world as long as there is hot weather. I'm currently ten minutes from the beach and working as a private coach, mainly for adults of all levels. Can only give up living here in Vero Beach for an amazing opportunity where I can fully utilize my talents.
Emma is a passionate communicator with a proven track-record of having strong attention to detail, being self-driven, managing time effectively and being able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
She has spent her career in the communications space and is widely recognized as a team player and having a strong work ethic in everything that she does. Her knowledge of building and maintaining media relationships and experience in public relations make her a qualified candidate across the communications landscape.
In addition, Emma is incredibly organized and has experience working in a fast-paced environment due to her employment with Coyne PR and history with the Clemson University Athletic Department. She thrives in team environments and her position as an assistant account executive has provided her with extensive experience in interpersonal communication and delivering high-quality work.
Any opportunity to serve as a media contact for USA Swimming and assist the Communications team in preparing communications strategies and executing media operations greatly excites her. Emma would love to bring her passion for swimming and experience across the communications and public relations landscape to help do just that.