Advisory Board

The WatchMeGoPro™ Advisory Board provides guidance to the senior leadership team. It is comprised of experts from the worlds of Sports and Technology; providing incredibly valuable input on the first hand needs of the sports organizations and teams that the WatchMeGoPro platform is focused upon.

Founded in 2015, the list of board members is expanding. If you or someone you know may be interested in participating on the board, please let us know. We are always very excited to talk with potential future board members.

Mike Singleton

Founding Member

Mike is currently an Associate Professor and the Head Men’s Soccer Coach at Washington & Lee University. He previously served as the head coach at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and St. Joseph’s College and assisted at Emerson College and the University of Delaware. In addition to being a college soccer coach, Singleton has also served as the Executive Director (4 years) and Head State Coach and Director of Coaching (7 years) of the Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association where he helped oversee the development of roughly 200,000 youth players and 25,000 youth coaches. Previously he was the Director of Coaching at the Barrington Area Soccer Association and the Kirkwood Soccer Club.

Singleton has been a United States Youth Soccer Region I ODP Senior Staff Coach, the U16 Region Head Coach, as well as a United States National Staff Coach, working as both a coach and psychologist at the U14 National Camp and teaching national license courses. Singleton has also served as a technical committee member for both the 2005 CONCACAF Gold Cup and the 2003 Women's World Cup. Singleton is a 1995 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor of arts in psychology and English. He earned a master's degree in clinical psychology from Purdue University in 1998. “Technology is advancing at a rapid rate in youth sports and utilizing the tools it provides is vital in streamlining youth sport costs and burdens and optimizing communication with parents and players. Aiding the hard-working, good-hearted volunteers and administrators in youth sport through technology should be a key, measurable goal for youth sport organizations moving forward.”