ACG NJ Virtual Women of Leadership Event - Dec. 3, 2020

ACG NJ Women of Leadership Event Nov. 12, 2020

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December 3, 2020 4:30 PM - 6 PM EST

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Virtual - ACG New Jersey

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Neuro Hacks to Help You Succeed
in the Workplace and in Life
Join us for a discussion with Dr. Kristine Keane, Clinical and Sports Neuropsychologist, and Christie Pearce Rampone, Women's World Cup Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist, to learn neuro hacks that will keep your brain in its best health and enable you to succeed in the workplace and in life.  Together they will discuss their latest book "BE ALL IN: Raising Kids for Success in Sports and Life" that they co-authored, with a thoughtful Foreword by Abby Wambach.

After the featured discussion, we'll take some time for networking in virtual breakout rooms.  

Zoom login details will be sent to registrants the day prior to event.

Please Register by 3:00 pm Thursday, December 3
ACG Members        Complimentary
Non-Members         $15



Dr. Kristine Keane

Dr. Kristine Keane

Shore Neuropsychology and Behavioral Health
Founder and President

Dr. Kristine Keane is a leading neuropsychologist, speaker, and author whose expertise in brain function assists people in unlocking their potential, removing barriers to success, and living their best, intelligent life.

Dr. Keane combines a unique blend of specialized skills as a sports neuropsychologist, clinical and forensic neuropsychologist, entrepreneur, speaker, soccer mom and testing expert with over twenty years of clinical health psychology experience.

Dr. Keane is the founder and President of Shore Neuropsychology and Behavioral Health private practices. She is one of the creators and Clinical Director of the Hackensack Meridian Neuroscience Concussion Program. Dr. Keane is currently an Associate Professor at Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University. She speaks on a variety of brain health topics to include concussion, sports psychology, and workplace performance.  

Dr. Kristine Keane earned a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Florida Institute of Technology where she was named Outstanding Doctoral Clinical Student of the Year with specializations in Neuropsychology, Sports Neuropsychology and Forensic Psychology. She completed her doctoral internship at Rochester University Medicine and Dentistry program. She has a Master’s degree in Behavioral Science and Bachelor's degrees from Rutgers University in Psychology and English.

Dr. Keane research has also investigated uses of personality assessment to determine clinical treatment outcomes, as well as the effect of exercise on mood and affective states. She volunteers her time with the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey as a member of the Youth Sports Concussion Committee as well as on the BIANJ Speakers Bureau.

Dr. Keane and her co-author Christie Rampone have been interviewed recently on:  Fox 5, NBC and Good Day NY and many others local and national news outlets.

Dr. Keane lives on the Jersey Shore with her family. She is a proud soccer mom of three children.

Christie Pearce Rampone

Christie Pearce Rampone

Broadcast Analyst, FOX Sports
Women's World Cup Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist

One of the most legendary players in the history of international soccer, Christie Pearce Rampone retired as a professional player in 2017 and currently works as a broadcast analyst for FOX Sports.

A native of Point Pleasant, N.J., Pearce Rampone attended Monmouth University on a basketball scholarship and was their starting point guard. During her senior year, then U.S. Women’s National Team head coach Tony DiCicco called her into the U.S. WNT in January of 1997, just months after the USA had won its first Olympic gold medal. With nothing guaranteed, she chose to miss several basketball games for a shot at the National Team. A high-scoring forward for Monmouth, tallying 79 goals in her college career, DiCicco brought her into camp for a run at playing defender. After playing well in her first training camp in San Diego, she made the roster for a trip to Australia.

Pearce Rampone came off the bench in her first game, playing the second half, then started her second match. Aside from injuries and the birth of her two daughters (Rylie, born in September of 2005, and Reece, born in March of 2010), she was rarely out of the starting lineup for the next 19 years, starting in 272 of her 311 caps. She played 24,011 minutes in a U.S. uniform, second-most in U.S. history. Her 311 caps are the second highest total in the history of international soccer (Kristine Lilly), men or women.

Pearce Rampone was the captain of the U.S. WNT during two gold medal runs and one FIFA Women’s World Cup title. She played in 19 total Women’s World Cup matches, tied for sixth best all-time, and played in 22 Olympic matches, more than any U.S. player. During her tenure with the U.S. WNT, Pearce Rampone captained the USA on 113 occasions.

Pearce Rampone finishes as the U.S. WNT’s only four-time Olympian, a three-time Olympic gold medalist (2004, 2008, 2012) and an Olympic silver medalist (2000). She also finishes as a two-time FIFA Women’s World Cup champion, winning in 1999 and 2015, and is the eighth woman in U.S. history with two World Cup titles on her resume.

She and Kristine Lilly are the only two U.S. players to have played in five FIFA Women’s World Cup tournaments. Pearce Rampone was a starter in seven of the nine world championships she played, serving as a reserve only in her first in 1999 and her last in 2015.

Pearce Rampone, who began her professional career in 2001, played in all three iterations of the U.S. professional leagues. She played for the New York Power in the Women’s United Soccer Association from 2001-03, played for Sky Blue FC and magicJack SC in Women’s Professional Soccer, and she then played for her home state Sky Blue FC in the National Women’s Soccer League from 2013-17.

During the 2009 inaugural season of Women’s Professional Soccer, Pearce Rampone took over as Sky Blue FC player/head coach for the final stretch of the season, leading the team to an improbable run to the WPS Championship. 

Since hanging up her boots, Pearce Rampone has begun doing broadcast work for FOX Sports in its coverage of the U.S. WNT, and she is currently penning a book with renowned brain health expert Dr. Kristine Keane. Additionally, she conducts speaking engagements on a variety of topics throughout the country, and she also runs group training sessions through a series of soccer camps and clinics.

Hosted by: ACG
New Jersey