Other stories by kendra Kozen

  • John Oliver

    In some ways, John Oliver could be considered the first aquatics “YouTube star.” He started as an intern at West Bend Mutual Insurance in 2008 with just a love of swimming and some knowledge of insurance/risk management

  • Mary Reilly-Magee

    Mary Reilly-Magee’s mother could not swim, but she was adamant that her children would become proficient

  • Adam Katchmarchi

    It wasn’t that long ago that Adam Katchmarchi was just a water baby who spent his summers dreaming about the day he would be old enough to be a lifeguard

  • Teri McKeever

    When Teri McKeever accepted her first swim coach position in 1984, she probably never imagined she would make history

  • Rhonda Milner

    A tragedy brought Rhonda Milner to the aquatics industry, and in less than a year, she has been able to use the power of her story to bring attention to an often overlooked killer

  • Gareth Hedges

    With the title of associate general counsel, it’s not immediately clear that Gareth Hedges has anything to do with aquatics

  • Tom Hellmann

    As recreation supervisor I, overseeing aquatics for the Cosumnes Community Services District Parks & Recreation Department in Elk Grove, Calif

  • Michele Hlavsa

    “We can do better in protecting the health and safety of swimmers,” Michele Hlavsa asserts

  • Chris Griffith

    How can the aquatics industry leverage technology to optimize operations and communication?

  • Matt Griffith

    Growing up, Matt Griffith spent lots of time swimming, water skiing, kayaking and white- water rafting