Emily Moscioni, MS Ed.
Emily holds her BA in elementary education from Taylor University as well as her masters of education in curriculum and instruction from the American College of Education.
She has taught fifth grade for twelve years in the Washington Elementary School District in Phoenix AZ and has served as the Outreach Specialist for the Cactus Wren Afterschool academy.
She has a passion for helping with community development and education in underserved regions and has played a large role in kicking off MOVEMENT2BE.
Sheri Walters PT, DPT, MS, SCS, ATC, CSCS
Sheri currently serves as an assistant professor at A.T. Still University in the Department of Kinesiology. She received her DPT from the University of St Augustine, her Master’s of physical therapy and Master’s of science in athletic training from the University of Florida and served as the assistant athletic trainer for the Detroit Shock prior to attending Florida.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation with an emphasis in Athletic Training from East Central University and has most recently been pursuing her PhD in physical therapy at Texas Woman's University.
She has extensive experience in Athletic training and Sports Performance working with pro and elite athletes as well as volunteer service for the medical staff with US Paralympic Track and Field since 2011. She previously served as the Director of Performance Physical Therapy at EXOS - Athletes’ Performance and has a passion for movement and helping others. She currently stands to advise and support movement2be and the movement it is creating.
Brett Bartholomew MS.Ed., RSCC, CSCS*D
Brett is a strength and conditioning coach, consultant, founder of the performance coaching and consulting company Bartholomew Strength,and author of "Conscious Coaching: The Art and Science of Building Buy-In."
He holds his BS in kinesiology from Kansas State University and his Masters of science in exercise science with an emphasis in motor behavior, motor learning, cueing, and attentional focus in human performance from Southern Illinois University - Carbondale.
He is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and serves to advise and inspire movement2be to help to continue to promote performance in the next generation
Dan Noble, OCT, CSCS
Director of Physical Education and Athlete Performance
Dan Noble is an Athletic Development Coach at The Hill Academy. He is the owner of Noble Sports & Performance and directs our offseason programming through Hill Performance Training. Recently, Coach Noble served as the Director of Athletic Performance for the Chinese Women’s National Ice Hockey Program. Dan specializes in fostering the development of elite athletes through a process that focuses on mastering efficient movement patterns, mechanics and creating sustainable, adaptable athletes (“Training Movement Over Muscle”). A number of athletes that have developed through Coach Noble’s program have gone on to become first round OHL and NHL draft picks. Dan also works with some of the top lacrosse players in the world and a number of NCAA athletes.
Dan speaks and presents on many different topics, but specializes in the art of coaching and motivating athletes who are in the process of transitioning to the professional level. He is a mentor to many athletes and believes strongly in a multi-faceted approach to athletic development. Dan challenges athletes to be difference makers not only on the playing surface, but also in life.
Prior to working with The Hill Academy and launching Noble Sports and Performance, Dan played professional football in Europe as well as for the University of Guelph. It was in Guelph where Dan mentored under performance specialist Chris Mumford and world-renowned strength coach Vern Gambetta. Dan works closely with leaders in the strength and conditioning community to ensure evidence-based and relevant training practices in order to stay up to date on best practice for our athletes.
Dan obtained his Bachelors degree from the University of Guelph and received his Masters of Science in Education from D’Youville College. He is an Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT), Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and proud husband of Crystal and father to Kaden and Isla.
Anthony Moorehead (VHA)
Supervisory Senior Health Systems Specialist
VA Eastern Colorado Healthcare System
Anthony Moorehead works at VA Eastern Colorado Healthcare System in Denver, Colorado. Anything has served as the Supervisory Senior Health Systems Specialist since February 2016. During Anthony’s tenure in Denver, he has supervised the Strategic Planning, VERA, and Systems Redesign programs and will act as the Assistant Director when called upon. As the Senior Health Systems Specialist, Anthony has direct management of the healthcare system performance plan. Anthony worked with a dynamic team to open the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center.
Before joining the VA, Eastern Colorado Healthcare System Anthony served as the Systems Redesign Coordinator at the Central Texas VA Healthcare System in Temple, TX and the South Texas VA Healthcare System in San Antonio, TX. In both systems Anthony served as the primary point of contact for systems processes and improvement initiatives. Anthony has also had details as the Customer Service Coordinator and business officer for the Medicine Service.
In Anthony’s spare time he spends his time hiking and snowboarding. He enjoys staying active whether it is running races, basketball, or any other sport he can try. He has one pet boxer that has followed him on his journey since he was a puppy. He is the son of two Air Force Veterans and was originally born in Oklahoma City, OK. Anthony has a passion for helping others. He sits on the board of another non-profit, Comunidades Unidas Peru, educates and provides basic healthcare and triage to the Mazan district of Peru.