Skip works with organizations who want to create championship company work environments with teams that are more positive, more productive and even more profitable.
To help clients and audiences achieve championship results Skip combines lessons as a lifelong student of professional sports and winning formulas, with 20-years experience in professional baseball, and client case studies accumulated since 2002 as a speaker, coach, consultant, and author.
Skip won his first championship in competitive sports at the age of eight in the Iselin, NJ hometown little league. His second and only other championship was in 1999 while serving as CEO of the Hudson Valley Renegades when the team won the NY-Penn League Championship as an affiliate of Major League Baseball’s Tampa Bay Rays.
Skip is one of the few people who decided on a career path at seven years old and was able to fulfill that childhood dream as an adult. Over his 20-years in professional baseball 16 were as CEO of five professional baseball franchises.
He became CEO of his first team at the age of 26 in Greensboro, North Carolina. During his career Skip led teams affiliated with the Boston Red Sox, Cincinnati Reds, New York Mets, Seattle Mariners, Tampa Bay Rays, and the Texas Rangers.
During his time in professional baseball management Skip’s teams were recognized with two “Organization of the Year” awards by national industry publications, The Sporting News, and Baseball America.