More stories about Leadership

  • Leaving a Legacy

    Over the past year, I experienced two profound rites of passage that made me rethink my approach to life and the legacy I want to leave behind when I’m gone.

  • A New Face

    Hello. My name is Erika Taylor and I’m very excited to be the new editor of Aquatics International.

  • New CEO on Horizon for APSP

    The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals will likely begin searching for a new chief executive officer next year

  • Industry Mourns Loss of an Innovator

    Joe Hunsaker, the industry icon who co-founded St. Louis-based consulting/design firm then known as Counsilman/Hunsaker & Associates has died

  • Larissa Rodriguez

    Larissa Rodriguez only learned to swim last year at age 40, and now she’s making waves across the aquatics industry

  • Terri Smith

    Through her work as an aquatic designer and president-elect of the Association of Aquatic Professionals, Terri Smith is bringing her extensive professional aquatics background to a national audience

  • Jennifer White

    For Jennifer White, swimming is all in the family. As a child, she was introduced to competitive swimming through a cousin who was an elite swimmer on the national level

  • Nick Neuman

    You could say Nick Neuman was born to be an aquatics industry leader

  • 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