Byron B. Greene commonly known as “Coach B” is currently a Science Educator, Department Chair and STEM Fair Coordinator at Imagine Andrews Public Charter School. He is also the Program Director of Shepherd Elementary School Star Achievers Before/Aftercare Organization. By day Byron spends his time educating our youth in science and technology; and by night he mentors kids on the art and science of baseball as the Senators Assistant Coach in the Nationals Capitol City Major League.
Prior to becoming the Associate Director, Byron was the Vice President/Managing Partner of the Carolina Kitchen Bar & Grill. In this role, he led a team overseeing the management of accounts and vendor retention with the ability to design profit and loss projections. He also identified customer needs and delivered outstanding service, in addition to facilitating superior interpersonal and communication skills. One statement to summarize his character: “A big believer in teamwork!” Byron truly supports all aspects of working together. From the highest paid staff member to the new hire still within a probationary period, it is imperative that each staff member realizes that they cannot be successful without the assistance of his fellow man. This philosophy is communicated by Byron on a daily basis to inspire a unified workforce.
Byron is a graduate of Morgan State University. There he received a Bachelor of Science in Biology and played Division I Tennis. Byron also received a Master’s of Science degree in Biochemistry from Howard University. In his spare time, he also enjoys serving on several ministries at the Community of Hope, where he enjoys sharing the love of his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Byron’s plethora of diversity from passionately working with children, to training and development makes him quite suited for his next role as Associate Director.
Program Manager – Coach Jacquie Beliveau
Coach Jacquie has been a competitive athlete her entire life and has been coaching a variety of sports for 10 years including gymnastics, soccer, cross country, plus track and field. She ran track and played soccer in high school and went on to earn a Division I scholarship for track and field at Elon University in North Carolina where she earned her degree in Business Administration. She has been an assistant coach for the girls’ cross-country, and boys and girls track teams for 4 years now at Wilson Senior High School. She helped coach both girls teams to numerous city and state titles, and the boys team to a city title in the spring of 2014. By profession, Coach Jacquie teaches math at Wilson Senior High School and works as a consultant for Pacers Running. Outside of Kids Elite, she loves running and playing flag football in her spare time.
Before and Aftercare Director – Coach Pam Gordon
Pamela Gordon, affectionately known as “Coach Pam,” is a well-respected fitness and strength & conditioning coach in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Coach Pam has more than 20 years of experience working with a diverse group of clients, including youth, high school, collegiate and professional student-athletes. She has dedicated her career to overall health and wellness in her community.
Coach Pam is a certified personal trainer, Level 1 USATF coach, NSCA certified strength and conditioning specialist, USTFCCCA technical coach, and a DCSAA certified coach who focuses on the importance of physical activity and teaching proper strength & conditioning techniques.
With a variety of unique training methods, she has enhanced various youth and high school programs. She has guided youth, high school, and professional athletes to state and national titles, including: PG Select BlueSox Baseball youth organization, Elizabeth Seton High School, Thomas Stone High School, and in particular the Eleanor Roosevelt High School’s Lady Raiders 2007 Penn Relay Carnival girl’s 4x400m and 4x800m Championships and the Lady Raiders 2005 and 2006 Nike Team Cross Country National Qualifiers.
Coach Pam is currently the strength and conditioning coach for the Woodrow Wilson High School girls’ team, as well as the girls’ & boys’ 2014 DCIAA Outdoor Track & Field Champions and Bishop McNamara High School track & field and cross country teams.