U.S. ATHLETIC TRUST BOARD OF DIRECTORS
August L. Wolf: Chairperson and Founder, graduated cum laude in 1983 from Princeton University with a degree from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. In 1984 he was U.S. National Champion Indoors and Outdoors in the shot put, attained a personal best of 71′ 3½″, and represented the United States in the Olympic Games, placing 4th. After a twenty year career in institutional sales and trading, he ran in 2016 for U.S. Senate in Connecticut as an outsider candidate. He has been a life-long advocate for transparency and better support of our Olympic Athletes. Wolf is a Trustee of the United States Olympic and Paralympic Foundation, the development arm of the USOC.
Frank Harrison: Board of Directors. Frank received his B.S. in Economics with a concentration in Strategic Management from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. A former world class decathlete and competitor in the Olympic Decathlon trials, Frank now serves as Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer of Holborn, an independent reinsurance intermediary. Frank has been a major benefactor of US Athletic Trust for over a decade, and changed elite athletes lives. Frank also leads a club that trains local athletes, and hosts the biggest decathlon for high school decathletes in the East Coast every summer.
U.S. ATHLETIC TRUST STAFF
Pat Tobin: Volunteer Chief Operating Officer. Pat received a B.S. in Management from Fairfield University, as well as a Master’s Degree in Interactive Telecommunications from New York University. He was an NCAA Division 1 student athlete at Fairfield, competing in Cross Country. Pat has over 20 years of experience in management consulting in the financial services industry, and manages all administrative activities for USAT. Pat is also a Level I certified USATF coach.
Dr. James Stray-Gundersen, M.D.: US ’88 and ’92 Olympic team Physician/Physiologist, 2002 Norwegian Olympic team Physician. Dr. Stray-Gundersen received his Board Certification in General Surgery in 1985 and completed Post Doctoral Fellowships in Cardiovascular Physiology and Human Nutrition at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. While on faculty, over 20 years at UTSW, Dr. Stray-Gundersen conducted research, built and directed two World Class Human Performance Centers associated with leading hospitals, St. Paul and Baylor. His primary interest and area of research is maximal human performance, the physiology of health and fitness/wellness through exercise prescription, markers of over training, nutrition as it applies to performance and health, altitude acclimatization and training, and anti doping, as he developed the anti doping test SAFE – Safe and Fair Events.