Dr. Catriona Moran is the Head of School at Saigon South International School in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Recognized by the National Association of Elementary School Principals and the State Department of Overseas Schools, Catriona was awarded the National Distinguished Principals award in 2013.
Born and raised in Ireland, Catriona has spent more than 40 years in international education as a teacher, vice-principal, principal, and head of school. She serves on the EARCOS Board of Directors and the Association for the Advancement of International Education (AAIE) Board of Trustees.
Chris Pollard is the head baseball coach at Duke University, having taken over the program in June of 2012. In his time in Durham, he’s led the Blue Devils to eight 30+ win seasons, five NCAA Regionals, and three NCAA Super Regionals.
Chris pitched for Davidson College before a stint in professional baseball, before pivoting to coaching. He and his wife, Stephanie have two sons, Thomas and Brady.
Andrew Copeland and Ken Block are founding members of Sister Hazel. Their song All for You topped the adult alternative charts during the summer of 1997 and the success propelled their album to platinum status.
Living up to their fan-centered reputation, the band was a pioneer in the themed cruise industry by co-founding “The Rock Boat.”
Fran Fraschilla is a college basketball analyst for ESPN, and has become synonymous with big games and the Big 12.
Fran held a .640 winning percentage in 23 years of coaching before taking a “break,” which has lasted 2 decades.
Fran and his wife, Meg, have two sons, both following in the family business of coaching basketball: James (Orlando Magic) and Matt (Harvard).
Clint Hurdle has spent 45 years in professional baseball, as a player, coach, and manager. The winningest manager in Rockies history, he led them to the World Series in 2007.
He provides daily email encouragement to people around the world – go to www.clinthurdle.com for details. Clint has three children, and lives in Florida with his wife, Karla.