My name is Jennifer O’Neil and I am an Exercise Science, and Sport Management Professor/Program Coordinator at King University. I am starting my fourth year here at King University. I previously lived in Richmond, Virginia, where I taught Middle School Health and Physical Education for three years. Before that, I taught High School Physical Education in the Albany, New York area for five years. I received my undergraduate degree in Physical Education from the State University of New York at Cortland College, where I also competed in collegiate softball. After I received by BSED, I earned my Masters in Sports Management online from the United States Sports Academy. After this I took continuing education credits through the University of Central Arkansas in health education. I have recently taught Psychology of Coaching, Teaching Individual and Dual Sports, Team Building, Ethics and Legal Issues in Sport Management, Personal and Community Health, Teaching Team Sports, Recreational Leadership, Wellness for Life, Nutrition and Conditioning, CPR, and First Aid. My husband and I have three little boys and I love spending time with them as well as our two dogs. I also enjoy exercising, spending time with friends, and cooking.
- Masters in Sports Management from United States Sports Academy
- Bachelors of Science in Education in Physical Education from the State University of New York at Cortland College.