Globetrottin' ADs Student Athlete Leadership Conference

February 12th 2021
9:00 to 13:00 CET

A unique international event focusing on Student Athletes!

Including amazing keynote speakers including Sebastien Bellin and Greg Dale but primarily sessions led by students for students.

There will be no costs for International Schools and they do not need to have have a session led by their students, they can simply be participants. This could be a great CAS project for students especially if your school has an athletic council or leadership group already.

Athletics Directors, HS principal, CAS coordinator, Student Council Advisor or anyone at at school can register their school by filling in the short, registration form.

The flyers below answer most of your questions but if not please email us today; globetrottinads@gmail.com

This will be a fantastic event with participation from International Schools around the world!


Sebastien Bellin

https://www.teambellin.com/ https://www.facebook.com/TeamBellin625/

Sebastien who is a product of an international school, is a retired collegiate and professional basketball player.

On March 22nd, 2016 his world was changed forever when he found himself less than two meters from a bomb that detonated in the Brussels Airport terrorist attack. His legs were severely compromised, though as he was committed to a hospital bed for several months, he set his sights for athletic challenges. Turning his tragedy to inspiration, Sebastien represents the challenged athlete community as he faces his greatest challenge yet, Kona IRONMAN 2020.

Greg Dale

Director of Sport Psychology and Leadership Program for Duke Athletics. http://www.excellenceinperformance.com/ https://twitter.com/GregDale919

In his sport psychology role, Dale provides consultations for individual athletes, coaches and staff members. In addition, Dale provides team building services for athletic teams and other units within the athletic department.

In his leadership role, Dale provides leadership training for athletes, coaches and administrators within the department through various educational programs. He is also a professor of sport psychology and sport ethics in the Department of Health, Wellness and Physical Education.