Mary Ann brings decades of experience and expertise to CYO. The St. Vincent High School grad played volleyball, basketball and ran track. She earned her Education degree from Kent State University while playing basketball and softball. Mary Ann completed her master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Akron. She earned All-American honors as a softball player and was inducted into the Akron Amateur Softball Hall of Fame in 1997.
Mary Ann coached girl’s basketball at Archbishop Hoban High School from 1979-1990 where she led the team to the school's first and only OHSAA Division II State Basketball title in 1988. She became the first softball coach in the school’s history where she won five OHSAA Division II State Softball titles in a ten-year period. Over thirty-two of her student-athletes were awarded college scholarships. Mary Ann has been a presenter at the University of Notre Dame Play Like A Champion Today annual national leadership conference and has been a presenter at the University of Notre Dame’s CUSHWA CENTER’S National Symposium on CYO Sports.
Dr. Dobie Moser brings a rich background and experiences to his service as the Director of CYO. The Pittsburgh native has an Education degree from Indiana University of Pa.,where he played college tennis. Dobie received his masters in Family Systems Counseling from Mount Saint Joseph University, and a Doctorate in Leadership from the Graduate Theological Foundation in South Bend. He was a member of the United States Olympic Committee and was Co-Director of the University of Notre Dame Play Like a Champion Today national coaches training program. He was also a co-founder of the Strong Catholic Families national initiative.
Dobie is an author and has given keynote addresses, workshops, and done leadership work in more than 40 states and internationally. He has been recognized with the National Federation of Catholic Youth Ministry National Award for Excellence in Training and the Rotary Paul Harris Community Service Award. Dobie and Lisa volunteer with refugees and enjoy (mostly) the triumphs and humility of parenting 7 children.
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