Trevor Moawad is a renowned Mental Conditioning expert and strategic advisor to some of the world’s most elite performers. Moawad is the author of Wall Street Journal Best Seller “It Takes What It Takes” published by HarperCollins and co-wrote with Andy Staples. The book highlights how he transformed the lives and careers of elite athletes, business leaders, and military personnel, with battle-tested strategies that will give anyone the tools to manage and overcome negativity to achieve any goal. In 2017, Trevor was named the “Sports World’s Best Brain Trainer” by Sports Illustrated. Moawad’s mission is clear – to motivate the motivated. Moawad is well known for being the mental coach to Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and has worked closely with prestigious NCAA Football programs and coaches, including Nick Saban, Kirby Smart, and Jimbo Fisher. Moawad has been part of eight National championship games.
Additionally, Trevor continues to support teams and individuals in the MLB, NBA, NFL, NCAAF, and UFC as well as the U.S. Special Operations community. Over the course of his career some notable teams Trevor has worked with are: championship-winning teams at Alabama, Florida State, Georgia, major winning individuals in Golf and Tennis, medal-winning Olympic athletes, and seven NFL #1 overall draft picks. Read More about Trevor.
Jonathan Schultz, BS
Director of Multi-Media Services
A skilled video editor with a huge passion for sports, Jonathan earned his bachelor’s degree in Media Production from East Carolina University. He interned with ECU Marketing his senior year, filming and editing college basketball games. One of his highlights was designated as ESPN’s Sportscenter #1 play.
In 2014, he was granted a consulting position at EXOS (formerly Athlete’s Performance) where he helped produce performance videos and content throughout the 2014-15 seasons for Michigan Football, Florida State Football, Alabama Football, and the Memphis Grizzlies Basketball team.
At Moawad Consulting Group, he has produced hundreds of both team and individual motivational videos for athletes in the NFL, NCAAF, MLB, NBA, NHL, UFC, MLS, WTA, NCAAB, Olympic and Paralympic athletes, as well as prominent business leaders, Fortune 500 companies and elite performance organizations, such as the U.S. Special Operations Forces community. Jon helped produce and edit ‘Russell Wilson- Reciprocity,’ a video featured on the official page of Russell Wilson.
Sean-Kelley Quinn, MA
Director of Mental Conditioning & Operations
Sean-Kelley Quinn is a Mental Conditioning Consultant with elite experience from some of this country’s top performance training venues. A graduate of UC Davis in Human Development, Sean also earned his Master’s degree in Sport Psychology from JFK University. He is a Certified Consultant with the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (#555) and has obtained thousands of hours working with clients from diverse backgrounds including Professionals in the Baseball, Football, Basketball, Soccer, Tennis, and Golf world as well as executives from a variety of top corporations.
After completing his studies, Sean gained valuable experience in the performance space at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, and EXOS in Phoenix, Arizona working as a mental conditioning consultant for some of this country’s top youth, amateur, and professional athletes.
Sean primarily works with sporting agencies and individual athletes. He currently has clients in the MLB, NFL, NBA, Professional Men’s and Women’s Golf/Tennis, NCAA sports, elite high school athletes, as well as corporate America.
His approach with clients is to help them obtain Optimal Performance by navigating through what life has to offer by creating realistic plans, developing confidence through experience, and teaching them to exceed expectations.
Strategies are formulated around building confidence by awareness, acceptance, motivation, concentration, focus, attention/emotional control, positive self-talk, team cohesion, visualization, and developing proper routines.
“Sean has been with us from the start, an expert in neutral thinking, and our go-to consultant with individuals.” -Trevor Moawad
“I wouldn’t be where I am without him.” -Ken Giles
Supplemental to teaching mental skills Sean incorporates modern technology such as video editing, applications, and biofeedback to help clients not only see but feel what it is like to be confident and in control.
Alex Dachis, MHK
Mental Conditioning & Operations Consultant
Dachis is a Mental Conditioning consultant based out of Washington State. A graduate of the University of Ottawa (Masters degree in Sport Psychology), Alex has worked alongside elite programs, athletes, and executives since 2016. Dachis has supported MCG and been integral to the implementation of programming and educational design for its teams, units, and operators. He has served as a Mental Conditioning and Psychoeducational consultant to the University of Oregon, University of Georgia, Seattle Mariners, San Francisco Giants, and numerous other elite organizations. Dachis uses a strength-based approach in allowing his clients to identify and realize their optimal levels of performance even through times of adversity and finding “neutral” through a behavior-based plan.