Board of Directors

Craig Domeracki

Mr. Domeracki has been a competitive athlete from an early age.  During high school, he was on the varsity teams for 3 sports, serving as Captain for 2 of those.  His abilities allowed him to earn an athletic scholarship for his undergraduate studies.  Since completing his undergraduate and graduate work, he has continued to participate and compete in endurance sports, with the last 12 years focused on Triathlons.  Mr. Domeracki originally started training for triathlons as a stress reliever at the time because he was turning around a very troubled $300 million business.  It has become a way of life for him now.

Mr. Domeracki has been specifically focused on serving the community during the last 15 years.  He has served on Boards for several nonprofit organizations.  More importantly, he decided that in order to have a direct impact on individuals, he needed to work with them one on one.  Therefore,  he has been serving as an academic tutor for at-risk youths for several years.  Mr. Domeracki is a believer in lifelong learning and toward this end has taught leadership classes at several of the top 25 business schools in the U.S.  He has utilized his experience and success in leading companies of all sizes through the rapid growth phase as well as through the challenging turn-around phase to develop Tri for Success.  In addition, he currently is a USA Triathlon Level 1 and Youth/Junior Certified Coach.

 

Heidi Schwarzwald, M.D.

Dr. Schwarzwald current serves as a Pediatrician for Legacy Community Health Services.  Legacy Community Health Services is a Federally Qualified Health Center that provides quality, compassionate healthcare in a culturally sensitive and judgment-free environment.

Prior to this role, Dr. Schwarzwald was an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine, Section Chief for Retrovirology and Global Health and  Director of the Texas Children’s Health Center for International Adoption. She completed her undergraduate degree at Harvard University, medical school at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and her pediatric residency in Houston at Baylor College of Medicine. She has received her master’s in public health from the University of Texas School of Public Health, with a concentration in international and family health.

Dr. Schwarzwald’s primary interest is child health and she has traveled to Asia, Eastern Europe, Africa and Latin America providing health professional education as well as care and treatment for children. In 2004, Dr. Schwarzwald was awarded a Fulbright Research Scholarship in support of several projects in Botswana. Her current research interests focus on quality improvement and best practices in a resource limited setting.

 

Boris Robinson

Coach Boris has been a leader in youth development within the sport of triathlon.  He served as the head coach for the only youth triathlon club in Hawaii.  During his time as the head coach he took 10 young athletes to the USA Triathlon National Championship in 2007 in which they finished third in the team competition, with two athletes finishing second in the nation.

His passion for coaching, mentoring and developing young people is readily evident as he continues to write articles for USA Triathlon on the issue of youth development.  In addition, Coach Boris serves as the Chairman for the South Midwest Region of USA Triathlon.

He is a USA Triathlon Level II Elite certified coach and one of only three coaches in the country that carries the International Triathlon Union Level II Competitive Coaching certification.  In addition, he carries multiple other coaching certifications offered by other National Governing Bodies.

Coach Boris is the director and owner of T3Multisports, LLC a triathlon coaching and development company in Round Rock, Texas.  He is also a leadership professional with over 26 years of experience leading people in the most demanding of circumstances.  He retired from the military as a Lt. Colonel with over 26 years of service. He has commanded soldiers from the platoon to battalion level.  He has been recognized as one of the most dynamic leaders and was selected by the Army and the University of Texas at Austin to serve as the Department Chair, Military Science and the Commander of the Senior Army Reserve Officer Training Corps.

 

Louis Harrison, PhD

Dr. Harrison is a full professor in the department of Curriculum & Instruction at the University of Texas at Austin. He is a native of New Orleans and a graduate of the University of New Orleans, where he received his B.S. and M.Ed., both in physical education. He went on to complete his Ph.D. in Kinesiology at Louisiana State University. Dr. Harrison was a member of the LSU Kinesiology faculty from 1995 to 2006.

Dr. Harrison has focused his research on the influences of race related self‑schemata and African American racial identity on physical activity choices and performance. The purpose of this line of research is to investigate the factors that influence sport and physical activity participation, and identity developmental patterns of African Americans.

Through his research he hopes to gain a deeper understanding of the racial labels ascribed to particular sports and physical activities, and how these labels affect participation, persistence, effort expended, and performance.

Dr. Harrison’s research articles appear in Quest, the Journal of Sport and Social Issues, Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, Sport Education and Society, Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, and Race Ethnicity & Education.

 

Susan Domeracki

Ms. Domeracki is a career Registered Nurse and has led several health service organizations throughout her career. She is licensed in the states of Texas and Pennsylvania. During her career she has served in various capacities ranging from direct patient care for specific disease states in the areas of Gastrointestinal Diseases, and Hematology and Oncology to leading several home health care agencies in low income communities.  She has delivered care to all socioeconomic levels and has had a specific focus during her career on serving individuals who have little or no resources to pay for care.

Ms. Domeracki has been a member of several charitable organization Boards and has focused much of her efforts on organizations that provide services to youth with physical and mental acute and chronic disabilities.  She has earned multiple service awards for her personal and professional service to the organizations she has worked for and served throughout her career.