Laura Miele, Ph D

Dr. Miele played Division I basketball at Arizona State; was Tight End for the Arizona Caliente, of the Women’s Professional Football League; and was also a New York Golden Gloves semi-finalist in 2004. She began coaching athletes in 1986 and has been involved as a personal exercise and fitness trainer since 1994. Dr. Miele has traveled extensively throughout the United States and Europe as an athlete and coach and has been involved in consulting, coaching, and teaching a wide range of sports including but not limited to; Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, Baseball, Football, Archery, Bowling, Figure Skating, Hockey, Boxing, Wrestling, Field Sports, Golf, Soccer, Swimming, Track and Field, Gymnastics and Tennis.

 

Dr. Miele holds a Doctorate in Psychology (with an emphasis in Sport and Exercise), a master’s degree in Education: Alternative Education with a minor in Education Administration, and an Undergraduate Degree in Exercise Science and Physical Education. Since 1994, I have worked in various sport and recreational facilities. My education, training, and experience regarding sports, safety in sports, athletic equipment, and high school athletics provide me the opportunity to investigate athletic camps and various sport incidents.

She is an adjunct professor in Exercise Science, Wellness, and Sport for Montgomery Community College in Blue Bell, PA, an online adjunct professor at Ohio University for the Department of Recreation and Sport Pedagogy, and an online adjunct psychology professor for Southern New Hampshire University.  She is currently a Nationally Certified Accredited Interscholastic Coach through the National Federation of State High School Association (NFHS).

Dr. Laura Miele has over 25 years of experience in the sport, fitness, and recreation, and education industry.   Dr. Miele has extensive experience in consulting and testifying in cases involving sport, fitness, recreation, and education; more specifically:

  • Fitness Facilities
  • Personal Training
  • Physical Education
  • Sport and Recreation
  • School Supervision
  • Injury Prevention
  • Proper Training Practices and Procedures in Sport
  • Safe Environment for Athletes
  • Trampoline Parks/Adventure Courses
  • Gymnastics
  • Concussion Protocol
  • Mandated Reporting/Abuse in Sport
  • Emergency Preparation and Response in Schools, Fitness and Sport Facilities

 

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