Board of Directors ‘Leading with vision’
NAFC 501(c)(3) Status
William Singer, Ph.D., earned his Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Oregon State University. Dr. Singer was awarded the Washington State Governor’s Award for Outstanding Volunteer Community Service, having completed his internship training at Community Psychiatric centers in Seattle, Washington. He has held faculty undergraduate and graduate professorships at The University of Puget Sound and City University in Seattle. He was also awarded a Graduate School teaching appointment at Oregon State University.
Dr. Singer’s clinical, private practice has spanned 37 years, coaching and counseling families, couples, individuals and children. He is Nationally Board Certified Counselor and a National Board Certified family therapist with a special interest and experience in motivational, Sports Psychology. Dr. Singer has provided direction for athletes seeking a path to increased athletic and personal performance. He is the Executive Director for Institutional Affairs & NAFC Non Profit, serving as mentor and advisor for individuals, professionals and organizations.
Dr. Singer’s practice combines inspiration, motivation and a blueprint for life-balance between professional effectiveness, vocational and personal growth. His experience and knowledge as therapist, teacher, coach and business developer have afforded him insights into a broad range of life’s issues which he passionately shares with others.
Mike LeBoss has been involved in pioneering the fitness industry for over 35 years, and was instrumental in developing the “self-start” philosophy in approaching athletic training to maximize his clients’ self-actualization in their sport training programs. He has rigorously upheld the principles of correct Body Mechanics and proper form throughout his career as a leading fitness consultant and educator.
Mr. LeBoss is the founder of MeFIT™ Fitness Centers in Portland, Newport, and Sheridan, Oregon, and currently holds the position of Executive Director for the National Association for Fitness Certification (NAFC), after serving as an NAFC master course presenter for over 12 years. He is co-author of a training manual on Bio-Mechanics for the National Board for Certified Sport Trainers (NBCST), targeted at educating trainers about the importance of risk/benefit training and applied Body Mechanics.
Behind his full-time commitment to spreading wellness in his professional endeavor, Mike is a NBCST Master Instructor, NAFC Certified/NAFC Master Instructor, NASN Licensed Sports Nutritionist, SPIN Instructor, and is Madd Dog Athletics Certified.
The NAFC Nonprofit qualifies as tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code because it is organized and operated exclusively for exempt purposes set forth in section 501(c)(3), and none of its earnings inure to any private shareholder or individual.
The organization qualifies under two exempt purposes: (1) charitable and (2) educational. “Charitable” includes relief of the poor, distressed or the underprivileged, and includes the advancement of education or science. “Educational” relates to the instruction or training of the individual for the purpose of improving or developing his capabilities or the instruction of the public in subjects useful to the individual and beneficial to the community.