Development Manager, Los Angeles
Staff, Trainer - Los Angeles
Sports: Softball, Track and Field, Volleyball
Marti Reed grew up in Long Beach, CA where she was a three sport athlete at Wilson High School competing in softball, volleyball and track & field. She went on to play softball at UCLA from 2008-2012 where she won a National Championship with the Bruins in 2010 after scoring the tying run in the championship game to eventually beat the Arizona wildcats in extra innings. Marti was able to leave her mark at UCLA as a highly decorated student athlete; including leader of the Bruin Athletic Counsel, Athletes in Action Christian Club, Afrikan Student Union, Alumni Scholarship Committee, Student Athlete Mentors, and achieving 2012 UCLA Senior of the Year.
Marti has coached softball and trained athletes from elementary school, middle school, high school and collegiate level, even spending some time in the summer 2014 coaching with the Canadian National Team. Marti has 8 years of coaching experience, joined PCA full time in 2014 and is the Development Manager of the Southern California region. Marti is still extremely active in sports such as volleyball, softball, and boxing. Marti spends a lot of time training students in leadership and life skills, and has been the featured speaker at numerous events for high school and college students including UCLA's Athlete Graduation, UCLAÕs Wooden Academy, the LEAP conference, and the TMSP Leadership Conference with Magic Johnson. Marti comes to PCA with a mission to help athletes reach their fullest potential and make positive contributions throughout their lives.