Eric graduated from Amherst College with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and earned a dual Ph.D. in Cognitive Science and Education (Educational Psychology) in 2007 from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Before becoming Executive Director, Eric worked with the National Urban Squash and Education Association (NUSEA) to design a comprehensive educational program for all NUSEA member programs.
Kristin graduated Summa Cum Laude from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon with a Bachelor of Arts in History, and a Minor in Gender Studies. Before joining Impact360, Kristin was a classroom teacher for five years, teaching across subjects and across grades K-12. She also has a proficiency in the Spanish language, enabling her to communicate with Impact360 participants’ families.
Linsie is a Denver, Colorado native. After high school, she attended the University of Kansas where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English, and then received a Master of Arts in Secondary Education from Pittsburg State University. Before moving back to Denver and joiningImpact360, Linsie taught 6th and 7th grade English Language Arts in Kansas City, Kansas for five years.
Otto Schlosser is a Denver, Colorado native. Otto has been playing squash for over 20 years and was ranked nationally as high as 6th in the boys Under 17 division. He played in the 3rd position at Franklin and Marshall College’s varsity men’s squash team for 2 years. Otto graduated with honors from the University of Colorado Denver in 2006 with a B.A. in Political Science. Otto is a US Squash Level I certified squash coach.
Eric earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology with an emphasis on Fitness & Sports Management from UNLV and is a certified strength and conditioning specialist as well as a professional member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Eric specializes in training athletes and has worked with every level of athlete from the professional and Olympic level down to youth athletes for the past 10 years. Eric is also a top-level athlete himself.
Sabrina completed her Masters in International and Multicultural Education with an emphasis in Human Rights Education from the University of San Francisco in 2014. She is an advocate for transformative education and social justice. Prior to moving to Denver, Sabrina worked at College Track as a Youth Mentor and Tutor where she encouraged and highly motivated young adults by providing them with academic and emotional support.
Kathleen graduated from the University of Kansas with a major in Latin American Studies. Before joining Impact 360, she was a classroom teacher in Memphis Tennessee for three years working with 4th, 5th and 6th grades in a variety of subjects. She has served as a leader in non-profit community bike shops in both Memphis and Kansas City.