Gage Bley is the Athletic Director at Riverview East Academy.
Paul Brownfield is entering his third year as Athletic Director at Aiken New Tech High School. A graduate of Northern Kentucky University, Paul has served Cincinnati Public Schools since 2013. Paul is both a member of the Ohio Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (OIAAA) and the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA). An avid outdoorsman, Paul’s spare time consists of fishing and spending time with family. Personal mantra: It is never the wrong time to do the right thing.
David Miller is the Athletic Director at Gamble Montessori High School.
Jarbreel is a graduate of Cincinnati Public Schools and received his diploma from Gilbert A. Dater High School in 2004 where he graduated with honors. He continued his education at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College where he received a full basketball scholarship. As a sophomore, he and his teammates received the team ranking of fifth in the nation. After graduating with an Associate’s Degree in Arts, he attended the University of Southern California where he received a full ride to play basketball. While at USC, he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business. He then attended Mars Hills College, where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration in December of 2008.
Throughout his professional career, Jabreel has held a held a variety of positions including paraprofessional, adjunct instructor at the collegiate level and head junior varsity basketball coach for Cincinnati Public Schools. Throughout his career, he has always strived to be a positive mentor and role model for the young men and women of the inner city communities. The 2017-18 school year marks is inaugural year as Athletic Director at Woodward Career Technical High School, where he strives to bring new and exciting things to the student-athlete experience. Go Dawgs!
Andrew began at Hughes High School in 2016 as the Assistant Athletic Director and a paraprofessional. During that time, he served as the head Junior High baseball coach as well as the Assistant Varsity baseball coach. And, we was the SALT Team Coordinator. Andrew has always had a passion for sports and enjoys seeing how kids can grow by playing a sport they love. He said, “There is something special in the way sports can bring a group of young kids together for a greater cause.”
Don Newberry is the Athletic Director at Shroder Paideia High School, joining the staff prior to the start of the 2019-2020 school year. He has previously served as the Athletic Director at Arsenal Tech and Broad Ripple High Schools in Indianapolis, Indiana, and was the Athletic Director at Shroder prior to that.
Newberry has also worked in marketing and sales for the NFL, and as a sports director for the YMCA of Cincinnati and Kentucky.
Chris O’Brien is the Athletic Director at the Oyler School, in the Lower Price Hill neighborhood of Cincinnati.
Phillip O’Neal received his bachelor’s degree in Communications at the University of Cincinnati. O’Neal is a commissioned officer in the Ohio National Guard and uses his leadership experience to positively impact the people he works with. A Walnut Hills graduate and six year veteran as CPS staff, O’Neal spent multiple seasons as a girls’ basketball coach for junior high and high school teams in the district and most recently served as the Athletic Director at Riverview East High School. While at Riverview East, O’Neal dramatically improved the school’s growing athletic department. O’Neal now brings his tradition of excellence and impact to Western Hills High School.
Romell is a Cincinnati native who graduated from Walnut Hills High School in 2005. While serving as a collegiate athlete, he graduated from Thomas More College with two Bachelor of Arts degrees. One in Sports and Entertainment Marketing and the other in Business Administration. After pursuing a professional career, Romell completed his graduate degree at Xavier University where he received an M.S. in Sports Administration in 2012.
Romell is entering his second year as an Athletic Director at Taft High School. Before accepting his current position, he interned with multiple Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) Athletic Departments, taught within CPS schools and coached high school basketball.
Since a very young age, Romell has had a passion for sports and youth. He has strived to be a positive role model and mentor. He has a son (Romell Jr.), numerous family members and kids looking up to him, and he feels it is his job to show them that they too can break the cycle.
Personal mantra: When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe then you will be successful.
Davis Schaefer is the Athletic Director at Spencer Center for Gifted and Exceptional Students.