Total Package Hockey (TPH), one of the nation’s leading hockey academies and event organizers, is proud to announce Jacqueline Keeso as the new Chief Experience Officer (CXO). Jacqueline will be responsible for the creation, execution, and integration of the overall customer experience. She will work to define and enhance TPH’s customer journey and ensure a consistent, empowering experience for all student-athletes. Furthermore, she will also work with TPH alumni to better serve current student-athletes after their time with TPH. 

 

“The addition of Jacqueline as TPH’s Chief Experience Officer will help us to define and improve our services for our student-athletes, families, alumni, and our employees,” said Nathan Bowen, CEO of TPH. “She brings a wealth of knowledge, and I am confident she will identify, develop, and implement unique strategies and ideas to connect our mission and team.” 

 

What’s more, Jacqueline will be working with the TK Scholarship Fund to offer scholarship opportunities to deserving student-athletes. The Fund was created to celebrate the life and legacy of MAJ Thomas E. Kennedy, who was killed in the line of duty in Afghanistan on August 8, 2012. As MAJ Kennedy’s legacy lives on through the recipients of this scholarship, Jacqueline will work with current management to innovate, enhance, and grow the scholarship’s impact.

 

“I’m thrilled to join TPH as Chief Experience Officer. I can’t think of a better purpose to align with: helping to empower and shape the leaders of tomorrow through TPH’s holistic program of sport, academics, and mentorship,” said Keeso. “I look forward to meeting and working with our fantastic TPH families, alumni, and employees.”

 

Prior to TPH, Jacqueline worked for Mission Aviation Fellowship, an international humanitarian organization, in Donor Engagement and Marketing. After, she would serve as a Customer Success Manager and Client Executive for Forrester, where she was responsible for new revenue, current customer growth, and client satisfaction. Her portfolio included some of Canada’s largest insurance and wealth management firms, and she was recognized as the MVP of the Premier Canada Team in 2018.  

 

Lastly, she served as Director, Global Customer Experience for DigitalEd where she oversaw global growth initiatives for current customers and overall customer experience. Jacqueline overhauled customer management, renewal, and expansion practices by grounding the company’s actions in analytics and customer insights.

 

Jacqueline has a BBA of International Business from Boise State University and an MBA from the University of Oxford, UK. She also holds her Project Management Professional (PMP) certificate as well as a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (LSSGB).

 

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About TPH

Founded in 2001, TPH seeks to become the world leader in positively impacting the lives of student-athletes through sport. TPH platforms include association management, elite prospects programs, tournaments and showcases, camps and clinics, and its hallmark Center of Excellence academy model, serving over 10,000 student-athletes on an annual basis, throughout 15 U.S.based divisions. TPH prides itself on taking a holistic approach, one that emphasizes the development of the individual in four ways: (1) as a player within a team setting, (2) as an athlete, dedicated to reaching his/her physical potential, (3) as a student, working to achieve his/her academic goals, and most importantly, (4) as a person, striving to win the ultimate game, and that’s the game of life.

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TPH Phoenix is elated to announce new hire, Amy Reagan, in the role of Head of Academics for its Center of Excellence (CoE) academy. Reagan joins TPH with over a decade of academic experience, in both public and private school settings, bringing significant knowledge of hybrid learning models and valuable techniques in providing personalized instruction through tutoring. As a parent of a current TPH Phoenix student-athlete, she understands first-hand the unique daily time constraints elite students have as they manage their sport and educational pursuits. In this new role, Reagan will assist in balancing academics with athletics for elite student-athletes who seek the selective learning environment where they can Study, Train, Play to their fullest potential.

 

“Amy is an excellent hire for us as she understands the needs of our student-athletes and can identify with our parent group,” noted Director and Head of Hockey TPH Phoenix, Brett Blatchford. “With her years of experience in the classroom and her support of students who were learning remotely last year, she brings a unique skill set to the position that will make her invaluable to TPH and our partners at Sequoia and Edmentum.”

 

As the Head of Academics, Reagan will work on-site as both a coach and mentor to student-athletes, while creating a successful learning environment for everyone. She will mentor in learning labs, teach organizational skills and accountability while providing ongoing support for students and families. She will leverage her strong communication skills as a key liaison between TPH hockey staff, teachers, and parents.
“With my prior experiences in an academy-style setting and as a parent of a student-athlete, I look forward to joining TPH as the Head of Academics. The unique experience that TPH provides student-athletes is second to none, and I am excited to ensure that each student reaches their academic potential while focusing on their character and work ethic,” said Reagan.

 

From her previous experience, Reagan has familiarity working in the dual environment for athletics and academics and creating essential bonds with all individuals involved. From her previous roles, she understands the value of education, paired with a positive learning environment. This past school year she worked with students ranging from grades first through seventh and helped them maintain focus and complete tasks in a timely manner while providing academic support during the COVID-19 school lockdowns in California. During that time, she customized and applied an individualized set of objectives for each student, conducted individual study sessions, upheld a constructive learning atmosphere, and monitored mental health within the unique educational situation. She communicated directly with parents and provided daily verbal and written status updates to ensure that all students succeeded during the unprecedented period.

 

She brings with her an immense amount of experience not just in education, but also in guidance and professional development within the academic world. Through much research, she has published papers on kindergarten readiness, home-learning activities, and the latest trends and procedures for learning environments. She graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and Intervention.

 

 

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About TPH

Founded in 2001, TPH seeks to become the world leader in positively impacting the lives of student-athletes through sport. TPH platforms include association management, elite prospects programs, tournaments and showcases, camps and clinics, and its hallmark Center of Excellence academy model, serving over 10,000 student-athletes on an annual basis, throughout 15 U.S. based divisions. TPH prides itself on taking a holistic approach, one that emphasizes the development of the individual in four ways: (1) as a player within a team setting, (2) as an athlete, dedicated to reaching his/her physical potential, (3) as a student, working to achieve his/her academic goals, and most importantly, (4) as a person, striving to win the ultimate game, and that’s the game of life.

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Twenty players who participated at the USA Hockey BioSteel Boys Select 16 Player Development Camp have been chosen for the 2021 U.S. Under-17 Men’s Select Team in Visp, Switzerland. With the roster set, TPH is ecstatic to announce that Cameron Briere, a Center of Excellence, Nashville, student-athlete was chosen to compete in this once in a lifetime experience.

“Cam is a very competitive player and more than deserving of this incredible opportunity. On behalf of all of us at TPH, we congratulate him and are thrilled to watch him compete on the international stage,” stated TPH CEO, Nathan Bowen.

“I would not be where I am today without TPH and the Jr. Preds. Without them, I wouldn’t have had the same chance of making the team or to represent my country,” noted Briere. “I owe it to both organizations as they have treated me like a pro each day and gave me the opportunities to become the best I can be. I want to say thank you to the staff, coaches, and my teammates for everything this year.” 

TPH is very excited for Cameron and wishes him all the best in this incredible opportunity!



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About TPH

Founded in 2001, TPH seeks to become the world leader in positively impacting the lives of student-athletes. TPH platforms include association management, elite prospects programs, tournaments and showcases, camps and clinics, and its hallmark Center of Excellence academy model, serving over 10,000 student-athletes on an annual basis, throughout 16 U.S.-based divisions. TPH prides itself on taking a holistic approach, one that emphasizes the development of the individual in four ways: (1) as a player within a team setting, (2) as an athlete, dedicated to reaching his/her physical potential, (3) as a student, working to achieve his/her academic goals, and most importantly, (4) as a person, striving to win the ultimate game, and that’s the game of life. 

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The North American Hockey League (NAHL) 2021 Entry Draft took place Wednesday, July 14th. Traditionally, NAHL teams utilize a mix of in-season evaluations, team tryouts, camps, and the NAHL Combine, to determine which players should be considered for the Entry Draft. The Entry Draft covers amateur players who are under the age of 21 as of  Dec. 31, 2021, who are not listed on an NAHL roster or have played less than 10 games in a previous season for an NAHL team. During this year’s NAHL Entry Draft, TPH is proud to announce that 18 #TPHTrained student-athletes were selected.

“We want to express our congrats to all the athletes that were selected in the NAHL Entry Draft. This is a huge deal, and we couldn’t be more excited for our past and present players,” said TPH CEO, Nathan Bowen.

Student-athletes drafted include:



 

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