For the past 40 years I have combined sports and human development. In the seventies, I skied in the freestyle tour and played baseball in the Cape Cod League. At Harvard, I received a doctorate in human development and studied with renowned child psychologists Carol Gilligan, Lawrence Kohlberg, Robert Selman, and Sesame Street founder Gerald Lesser. Later I taught Social Reflections of Literature for Pulitzer Prize winner (1973) Dr. Robert Coles. I am the author of Total Human Development (THD) and Positive Learning Using Sports (PLUS) models of education and child development used in South Korea, China, Cyprus, Africa, and throughout the United States. I have led international, Montessori, and day schools around the world. In the 1980s, Jeff worked at Milton Academy and founded the innovative Positive Learning Using Sports camp that combines sports with learning and literature. After Milton Academy, I led New Hampton School to be the only private boarding high school in the U.S. to win the coveted National Character Award in 2002. We raised more than $20 million and built five new buildings at New Hampton School. In 2006, I was invited by the Olympic Doves Movement to bridge peace between the Greek and Turkish children on the island of Cyprus. In 2010, I became the founding head of Korea International School, one of the first boarding schools in South Korea’s two billion dollar Global Education City on Jeju Island, South Korea. In less than a year, we helped created the curriculum, hired 60 international faculty, and enrolled 375 students.