Road To Rio
Roger Muller caught up with Stay-Focused alumni/BMW-sponsored, Paralympic athletes, Aaron Pike, Tatyana McFadden, and Chelsea McClammer at the Team USA Road to Rio Tour 100 Days Out! in Times Square on Wednesday, April 27, 2016. Having just arrived in NYC on Monday night from London, where all three competed in the London Marathon on Sunday, April 24, it was a busy day of events, interviews, and lots of photos. It’s actually 133 days out for our athletes who are all looking forward to September. And all of us at Stay-Focused are wishing them all the very best!
In the photo, left to right: Aaron Pike, Roger Muller, Tatyana McFadden, Chelsea McClammer
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RYAN CHALMERS COMPLETES MYERS-BRIGGS TYPE INDICATOR (MBTI) CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a well-recognized and widely used personality assessment instrument. The purpose of the MBTI is to make the psychological types described by C. G. Jung understandable and useful in people’s lives. As part of the Stay-Focused Leadership Development curriculum, we have used the MBTI with our mentors, to facilitate their understanding of their individual preferences, and to assist them in working effectively as part of a team.
We are delighted Ryan Chalmers, one of our senior mentors, expressed interest in becoming certified as a Practitioner of the MBTI, and congratulate Ryan on successfully completing his training in New York City on March 17, 2016.
Arielle Rausin successfully completed her goal of pushing 60 miles
Congratulations to Stay-Focused alumna and mentor, Arielle Rausin, for successfully completing her goal of pushing 60 miles from Duck Key, Florida, to Key West on December 18, 2015! Arielle, a senior at the University of Illinois, majoring in Business Management, learned to dive with Stay-Focused in 2013. On February 21st, 2016, Arielle joined Stay-Focused alumni, Mary Kate Callahan and Ryan Chalmers, for our Fourth Annual Push Across Cayman, a 55-mile push around the island, designed to celebrate all persons with disabilities.