Members serve as informed advocates for the advancement of the School of Health and Human Performance. Board members are “authenticators” for the institution – they are prominent and respected individuals who are visibly associated with the College.
Jane E. Clark '68 PhD, Dean, School of Public Health, University of Maryland College Park
Dr. Clark earned her bachelor’s degree in Health and Physical Education from The College at Brockport, her masters in Physical Education from the University of Washington, and her Ph.D. in Motor Development from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has co-edited texts in motor development, authored or co-authored book chapters and refereed journal publications. She has also presented scientific papers at national and international conferences and universities. Recently, she was appointed the founding editor of a new journal in the field, Kinesiology Review. Jane is an active member in several professional organizations like the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD), and the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. In 1993, Dr. Clark was elected Fellow of the American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education (recently renamed the National Academy of Kinesiology), a society limited to 150 active scholars in the field of kinesiology. In 2006, she was elected President of the Academy. She has been honored with the Alumni Achievement Award by the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin and with the Hall of Heritage Award from the Brockport Alumni Association. Beginning July 1, 2012, Jane began her two-year term as Dean of the School of Public Health at the University of Maryland. Previously, she served as Chair and Professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Neuroscience & Cognitive Sciences Program, University of Maryland, College Park.
Robert S. Gold
'69/'71 PhD, Chair, Dept. of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
School of Public Health, University of Maryland College Park
Dr. Gold earned bachelor's degrees in Health Science and Biological Sciences as well as his master's degree in Health Education from the College at Brockport. He went on to earn two doctoral degress; one at the University of Oregon and the other at the University of Texas, Houston. Robert was the founding Dean for the School of Public Health at the Univeristy of Maryland, College Park. He currently serves as a Professor there with appointments as: Chair, Dept. of Epidemiology and Biostatistics; Professor in the Dept. of Epidemiology and Public Health (primary), and Dept. of Medicine (secondary), School of Medicine, University of Maryland, Baltimore. In addition, he is Associate Director of the University of Maryland Baltimore Clinical Translational Research Institute, Co-Director of the UMCP Center of Excellence for Health Informaiton Technology Research, and Director of the UMCP/SPH Public Health Informatics Research Laboratory. Dr. Gold's own research focuses on health communications projects and technology development projects in the areas of asthma, cancer prevention, diabetes, HIV prevention, injury and violence prevention. He has played a significant role in the oversight and conduct of a broad variety of national research studies such as the National Children and Youth Fitness Studies I and II, the National School Helath Education Evaluation Study, and the National Adolescent Student Health Survey.
Daniel R. Gould
'73 PhD, Director, Institute for the Study of Youth Sports
Michigan State University
Dr. Gould earned his bachelor's degree in Physical Education from the College at Brockport in 1973. He completed his doctoral degree in 1978 at the University of Illinois Urbana, and a Master of Science-Education in 1994 from the University of Washington.
Ronald Leonard '84/'90 Adapted Physical Education Teacher, Stark County Board of Developmental Disabilities, Canton, Ohio
Mr. Leonard has been an employee of the Stark County Board of Developmental Disabilities since 1986. He started as a Physical Development Specialist with the Adult Services program (1986-2007) and also servied as a Service Coordinator. In this position he provided physical fitness and recreational skill programming for adults with developmental disabilities, and coordinated a variety of services for adults served by the agency. Ronald coached Special Olympics extensively during his employment as Physical Development Specialist. He was the Training Coordinator/Special Olympics Coordinator from 2007-2011. During this time he provided oversight for up to 35 coaches, working with 9 sports and over 300 registered Special Olympics athletes. From 2009-2011, he also acted as a Special Olympics Ohio, Area Co-Director, where he coordinated Specialy Olympics events for a five county area in Northeast Ohio. Since the fall of 2011, Mr. Leonard has taught Adaptive Physical Education for 5-21 year old students at the agency's Rebecca Stallman Southgate School. Ronald earned his bachelor's degree and Master of Science-Education from the College at Brockport. While completing his BS he was fortunate to perform his student teaching in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In 1984, he received the Department of Physical Education Scholar Award.
'95/'97 PhD, CHES, Captain (CAPT), Director of Office of Pandemics & Emerging Threats
Office of Global Affairs, United States Dept. of Health & Humans Services
Captain Schmoyer, as Director of PET (Office of Pandemics and Emerging Threats) supports the Department's Secretary, Assistant Secretary for Global Affairs, and HHS' (Health and Human Services) operational and staff divisions (e.g., CDC, NIH, ASPR, FDA, etc.) in three areas internationally: Global Health Secuirty, Antimicrobial Resistance, and Pandemics and Emerging Threats. PET's main partners include the White House's National Security Staff, Department of State, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, United States Agency for International Development, and embassies domestic and abroad. Prior to being at HHS/OGA/PET, Michael completed three years as the HHS/ASPR Senior Advisor and representataive to the Department of Defense’s (DoD) US Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM) in Miami covering 31 countries and 10 territories in Latin America. Other assignments have been as Deputy Director for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Central America and Panama Regional Office in Guatemala and as Interim Director for the CDC Central Asia Regional Office in Almaty, Kazakhstan. He originally started as a Research Fellow with the CDC National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion’s (NCCD) Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH) Research Application Branch as an asthma researcher. He was accepted into the competitive International Experience and Technical Assistance (IETA) fellowship program where he served a 13-week TDY as the CDC/Central Asia Region Acting Deputy Director. Prior to his work at CDC, he was an instructor at several universities (College at Brockport, University of Rochester, University of Florida), working in public schools (teaching, extracurricular education, and assisting special needs children), and consulting for various NGOs (Catholic Family Charities shelter programs, AIDS Rochester, and the American Red Cross). CDR Schmoyer completed his PhD (Health Behavior; minor: Instructional Technology) at the University of Florida. He earned his BS (Double major in Physical Education & Health Science) and MSEd (Community Health) from The College at Brockport. His decorations include the USPHS Outstanding Service Medal, Commendation Medal, and Achievement Medal; he received an exceptional proficiency promotion to full Commander from Lieutenant Commander.
Deborah C. Stamps
'98 EdD, RN, GNP, NE, BC,
Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer
of Newark-Wayne Community Hospital
Dr. Stamps has been part of the Rochester General Health System in various clinical leadership roles since 1989. Her professional background includes emergency care, women’s care, obstetrics and neonatal, progressive care nursing and radiology nursing. Dr. Stamps serves on the board of the Rochester-Syracuse Planned Parenthood, is a member of the New York State Organization of Nurse Executives, the American Nurses Association, Chi Eta Phi Sorority and many other professional organizations. In addition, she has been published in the American Association of Critical Care Nurses Procedure Manual, in the Medsurg Nursing Journal and in the Critical Care Journal. She has conducted research on the topic of Horizontal Violence. She earned her certification as a Licensed Practical Nurse from the Educational Opportunity Center, an Associate’s Degree from Monroe Community College, a Baccalaureate Degree from The College at Brockport, a Master’s Degree from Nazareth College, completed the Nurse Leaders of the Future program at the Wharton School, and her Doctorate in Education Degree from St. John Fisher College. Debbie was awarded the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Club, 2010 Sojourner Truth Award, and was a finalist for the 2011 American Heart Association Women of Distinction Award.
Michael A. Stockman '91 BS, CPRP, Assistant Director of Parks and Recreation
Town of Victor, NY
Mr. Stockman has worked for the Town of Victor since July 2007. Some of his responsibilities include senior citizens programming, town based special events (i.e., Memorial Day Parade and Victorfest), and administrative duties ranging from payroll to facility management and marketing. In addition, he sits on numerous town-wide committee’s including; Customer Service, Wellness, and Communications. Prior to working in Victor, he was Recreation Director for the Town of Evans and Lakes Shore Central School District in Angola, New York, where he started both departments from scratch and increased programming from 12 to over 250 per year in the Town of Evans. While in Evans, Michael or his department received the following awards: Exceptional Service, Distinguished Service, Distinguished Agency, Exceptional Program, Good Guy and Outstanding Promotional Brochure. He started the Village of Angola Revitalization committee and an organization called Citizens for Responsible Choices. This group fights underage drinking and drug usage and passed a rule in the local school district prohibiting students from attending the senior prom until they and their parent(s) attended an educational seminar together. He is an active member of the Genesee Valley Recreation and Park Society (GVRPS), and the New York State Recreation and Park Society (NYSRPS), and a past member of the Niagara Frontier Recreation and Parks Society. Michael majored in Recreation Leadership at Erie Community College and graduated from The College at Brockport with a BS in Recreation and Leisure Studies.
Arthur Tullman '76 President & CEO, Tullman Sports
Mr. Tullman is a specialist in health club development, business management, and celebrity and product marketing. He started his career as General Manager at The New York Health and Racquet Club. His next venture was building a successful firm called Total Sports Management where he and his team designed, developed and managed fitness facilities for major New York based real estate developers. Tullman Sports, his current company, produces the latest version of the modern ACES machine. ACES is used to aid in the development of strength and conditioning programs for athletes. Artie is a graduate of The College at Brockport with a BS in Sport Science.
Racheal Wood '05 MSN, CCRN, Captain (CPT), United States Army
Captain Wood joined the United States Army as a Critical Care Nurse in 2005 and is currently stationed at the White House Medical Unit in Washington, D.C. Her background includes Post-Anesthesia, Maternal-Child Health, Medical-Surgical and Critical Care nursing. Racheal graduated from East Carolina University in 2010 with a master’s in Nursing Education, and earned her bachelor’s in Nursing and in Biology from The College at Brockport in 2005. She is also a graduate of the Army’s Critical Care Course.