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About

HUSEL was founded by former Division I athletes to help the next generation of athletes elevate their game through specialized one-on-one and small group training. 

As young athletes, it was difficult to find the coaches who could teach us the skills necessary to succeed in our respective sports.  So, we created HUSEL to connect Olympians, Professional Players, and College Athletes in over 20 sports and over 180 locations to help train and teach young student-athletes through individual and small group training, clinics and camps, and college recruiting.

Founders

Jenny Everett

Co-Founder

Jenny formerly played for the United States National Field Hockey Team and represented the US in international competitions such as The World Cup, New Zealand Test Series, and Japan 6 Nation Tournament. During college, she played midfield at Wake Forest University where she was a Division I All-American, All-ACC, Hall of Fame selection, and Academic All-American.

She formerly worked in private equity with The Carlyle Group in their technology practice and as a CEO and CFO of several high-growth consumer companies. She graduated from Wake Forest with a B.S. in Business, summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. Jenny also earned a M.S. in Accounting at UNC-Chapel Hill with High Honors and an MBA from Harvard Business School with High Distinction and as a George F. Baker Scholar.

Corey Slavik

Corey Slavik

Co-Founder

Corey played Division 1 Baseball at Wake Forest University. During his time at Wake Forest, the Demon Deacons won 3 ACC Championships. He was voted the best defensive third baseman in the ACC by Baseball America.

Corey was selected in the 10th round of the 2001 draft by the Chicago Cubs. Corey played two years in the Cubs organization and finished his career with the Colorado Rockies making it to the AAA level. Corey now works with HUB International and lives in Florida with his family.​

 

Erin Slavik

Erin Slavik

Co-Founder

Erin was a High School All-American and played collegiate Division 1 Field Hockey at Wake Forest University. During her tenure, the Demon Deacons made an NCAA Final Four appearance. Erin is also an award winning author. Her children's chapter book Saving Chocolate Thunder is the recipient of the Purple Dragonfly Book Award. She graduated in 2001 with a BS in Business. She currently works for Pfizer and lives in Florida.

 

 

 

 

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