Co-Founder & Vice President of Applied Science & Performance Training
Dr. Jack Groppel, Ph.D. is the co-founder of the Human Performance Institute, and Vice President of Applied Science and Performance Training at Wellness & Prevention, Inc., a Johnson & Johnson company. He is an internationally recognized authority and pioneer in the science of human performance, and an expert in fitness and nutrition.
Performance & Stress Resiliency Expert
A cursed do-it-yourselfer, Jenny Evans started her business while still in college. Not happy with the opportunities available, she decided to define her job and success on her own terms, and PowerHouse Performance was born. Jenny is obsessed with human performance and has created a career and life designed around maximizing her own potential, and helping others do the same.
Performance Psychologist and Pro Athlete Mental Coach
Dr. Jim Loehr is Chairman, CEO and co-founder of LGE Performance Systems, a training company that specializes in helping business executives, elite law enforcement teams, medical professionals, and professional athletes achieve full engagement in high stress environments. LGE’s world renowned Full Engagement™ training system reflects Dr. Loehr’s conviction that managing energy, not time, is the key to sustained high performance.
High Performance in Action
John Foley has spent nearly a decade sharing practical and inspirational messages on high performance with audiences around the world. The former lead solo pilot for the famed Blue Angels flight-demonstration squadron is among the most sought after conference speakers, presenting keynote messages at more than 100 events a year.
Olympic Chion, Sportscaster and Author
At the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal, John Naber captured four Gold Medals, one Silver Medal and broke four World Records. His World Records in the 100 and 200-meter backstroke lasted an amazing seven years after his retirement.
Motivational Speaker, Humorous Keynote Speaker, and Speech Coach
Lou Heckler has been making a living from the printed and spoken word since he was 14. In his teenage years, he was hired to do a community news column for "The Signal Item," a weekly newspaper near his hometown in Pittsburgh, PA.