NASAQ Advisory Board



Stefan Humphries, M.D., MBA

Stefan brings a whole new meaning to “over-achiever”.  And he brings a whole lot of experience to NASAQ as well as to athletes around the country. Dr. Humphries is the current Medical Director at Renown Rehabilitation Hospital in Reno, Nevada. 

director in charge of a full scope of physical, occupations and speech therapies as well as other programs including recovery from spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, orthopedic injuries, joint replacement, multiple fractures and neurological impairments.

Prior to that he was Medical Director of St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute in Spokane, Washington and Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital in Colorado Springs, Colorado. 

He earned his M.D. degree from the University of Colorado Health Sciences and completed his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Mayo Clinic.  He earned his master's degree in business administration from the University of Washington's Foster School of Business.  He also has a bachelor's degree in bioengineering from the University of Michigan. 

Athletically, Dr. Humphries played for the Denver Broncos and the Superbowl XX Champion Chicago Bears and played college football at the University of Michigan.

 

Tyrone Keys

Talk about a great soul and someone who gives back! Tyrone “makes a difference”.  He is the pinnacle of success by helping our athletic youth reach their goals and dreams. Keys is the founder of  “All Sports Community Service, Inc.”,  a non-profit mentoring and scholarship organization dedicated to helping challenged youth achieve their dream of attending college. Keys teaches his students the idea that the skills from the playing field could be parlayed onto the field of life.

Since 1993, All Sports has assisted hundreds of students obtain over $20 million in support towards their college. All Sports students are mentored through a combination of academics, community service and sports. Great emphasis is placed on returning to the community to assist the next generation.

Tyrone earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education at Mississippi State.

From there, he started his 9 year football career playing defensive end for the British Columbia Lions, New York Jets and the Chicago Bears XX Super Bowl Championship team. 

Jacques LaDouceur

Jacques is in inspiration to us all.  He rose from abject poverty in Haiti to the highest level of professional soccer in the world.  After he left Haiti, he played soccer and baseball for the New York Public schools, where he was selected as All-Manhattan, All-City and held batting records.  From there, LaDouceur decided to continue with soccer and began his professional career with Greek First Division club Panionios in 1982.  In 1984, he returned to the U.S. where he signed with the San Diego Sockers of Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL). He remained with the Sockers for eight seasons where they won six league championships.  LaDouceur finished with the Chicago Power of the National Professional Soccer League. then retired. 

After retiring from playing professionally, LaDouceur joined the coaching ranks. He is now a women's coach at Palomar College, in San Diego, California and a youth coach for  the TVSA Hawks in Temecula, California. During his soccer career, Jacques also played on the U. S. National team. 

Rich Krzysiak

Need to know about baseball?  Just ask Rich. Not only is he a former professional player for the Chicago White Sox for several years, but after leaving Chicago, he became a Cincinnati Reds Scout.  He knows the who, what, where and how of baseball.  Currently, Rich is helping baseball players get to the “Next Level”.  He is very active teaching and mentoring young baseballers through his hitting camps and private sessions.  He is the coach for the Baseball Fall Classic and is involved with showcase events including Trosky Baseball.  He often trains and works with Next Level Baseball in Southern California.  Many of his former players are in the Majors.  On another professional level, he is also the President of Connie Mack in the Inland Empire. 

Sam Lapray

Track & Field?  You got it.  Sam’s the Man!  Sam is the Director of the TrackTown USA Project Management Team.  He brings years of track & field experience to NASAQ.  He’s been a trainer and coach in Oregon, including at Eugene’s famous Hayward Field, one of the most known tracks and training facilities in the World.   He currently works for TrackTown USA, who is committed to the future of the sport of track and field.  Sam just returned from attending the 2012 Summer Olympics in London with TrackTown USA.

Kenneth Taylor

Ken is a former professional football player (NFL) and world-class track athlete. He played Corner Back and Punt Returner for the 1985 Super Bowl Champion Chicago Bears and San Diego Chargers. During his years at Oregon State University he was an all PAC-10 selection for track and football in 1984.

Ken earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Oregon State University where he concentrated on, Exercise and Sports Science, Exercise Physiology, and Biomechanical Movement. He has earned many awards including PAC-10 All-Academic Team 1982, 1983, and 1984 and was the PAC-10 Scholar-Athlete Medal Winner for 1984 representing track and football.

Since retiring from pro football in 1988 he has been working with thousands of motivated athletes who want to improve themselves and to develop their athletic potential through speed, quickness, and athletic skill instruction.  Many know him as “The Speed Dr.”  For more information, please visit www.speeddr.com.


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