Jason Fleenor begins his third year as the assistant director of wellness programs for the 2017-18 academic year.
Fleenor oversees the recreational sports at Earlham as well as organizing the AWPE classes at Earlham.
Fleenor comes to Earlham from New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell, New Mexico., where he served as the strength and fitness coordinator and the Godfrey Athletic Center director. At New Mexico Military Institute, he developed and taught course curriculum for various human performance classes. He worked collaboratively with other departments on campus for renting of facilities and scheduling campus events.
Fleenor worked for the United States Army from 2011-13 in Fort Sill, Oklahoma. He instructed various Physical Readiness Training (PRT) courses while also oversaw the equipment for the gym.
Prior to working for the Army, Fleenor served as a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach at Denison University, an NCAA Division III institution in Granville, Ohio. At Denison, he assisted in organizing and implementing movement assessments, exercise technique progressions, dynamic warm-ups, speed and agility training, strength training, flexibility, and performance testing for over 14 different sports and their student athletes.
Fleenor graduated from Ashland University in 2010 with a degree in exercise science. He later completed his Master’s degree in exercise science and health promotion from California University of Pennsylvania in 2013.
Fleenor resides in Richmond with his wife, Caitlin.
*Last updated - June 27, 2017