grandfather of five, brother to one, and a septuagenarian.
Before retiring, he was a global tourism, education, and business consultant, author, writer, speaker, researcher, and universities professor. Back before that he was a dishwasher, parking attendant, waiter, bartender, cook, chef, restaurant, entertainment, and night club manager
Along the way, Pete earned a B.S. degree, an M.B.A., and a Ph.D., all from Michigan State University. He’s lived in 47 states and worked in 48, that along with stints in Switzerland and France, Turkey, Palestine via Israel, Jordan, Peoples Republic of China and Japan. He was born in New York City and now resides in East Tennessee.
While trying to improve his golf game, Pete also devotes substantial time, effort, and resources as a nationally certified track and field official working a little at the elementary and middle-school level, a tad more with highschoolers, and a lot with college-level and professional competitions.
The athletes with whom I work (mostly student-athletes) strive to take their minds and bodies where almost no one dares, past the edge of disaster, that to be the very-best that they can be. It is an inspiration to both witness and facilitate said, and I get to engage young people all the time who would energize your hope in the future.