Sean is a Performance Coach here at the Panorama Wellness and Sports Institute. Sean attended undergrad and played football for the Volunteers at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville (UT), pursuing degrees in Finance, Sports Management, Exercise Science and Economics.
Sean still contributes in Athletes in Action (AIA), Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), and Team United initiatives, as well as focusing on the key management and marketing aspects of less profiled student athletes.
Sean has served as the Coordinator for Speed and Agility for the Chauncey Billups Basketball School and the Dan Graham Elite and Fundamentals Football Camp. He was also a member of the Board of Directors for the LenDale White Football Clinic, Darcey Levy Football Camp, and served as a youth counselor for the Kenoy Kennedy Football Camp and Athletes and Beyond Football Camps I and II. Sean is originally from Denver, Colorado where he lettered in football, basketball, and baseball. Sean's has the heart and determination to develop every student-athlete into a professional adult. Upon graduation, Sean began training for the next level and would have his teammates ask to join; that is when his love for training began. While injured at the University of Tennessee, Sean would be a player/coach assisting the university strength staff with several different sports programs.
“I do this work because I understand the importance of learning from other’s experiences. I’ve always lived by this ‘underdog edge,” with an undeniable determination to live through my experiences, rather than be stunted by them. Seeing people accomplish their dreams move me to action, something I learned from my father, brother and older cousins,” White says.