As a Performance Coach for the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute, Paul draws from his vast experiences both as a professional athlete and as a business executive. Competing on the world stage, Paul knows first-hand about succeeding in high pressure environments. Most notably, Paul represented the United States in the 1988, 1990, and the 1992 Olympics where he earned a Silver Medal in Men’s Figure Skating. Paul has performed in over sixty major television events on all major networks during his skating career, and has been inducted into the Figure Skating Hall of Fame.
In addition to his athletic achievements, Paul earned both his undergraduate degree and MBA at Harvard and has held roles in marketing and brand management for Fortune 100 companies including The Walt Disney Company. He is passionate about health and wellness and helping individuals and organizations achieve peak performance and productivity while enhancing their lives both professionally and personally. He currently owns a business for both elite skaters and executives who are aiming to reach their ultimate performance capabilities. Throughout his career, Paul has delivered numerous keynotes for Fortune 100 companies.
Paul is a highly sought after figure skating coach, delivering seminars and workshops worldwide as well as a broadcast commentator. Being well respected in his field, he also commentated on numerous occasions like the Winter Olympics on CBS and made personal appearances on nationally televised morning shows including Today, Good Morning America and CBS This Morning. He most recently provided commentary from the Olympics in Sochi.
Paul has served on a number of Boards and Committees related to the sport of Figure Skating including the US Figure Skating Foundation, USOC Athletes Advisory Council, US Figure Skating Board and Executive Committee.
Paul has worked with Dr. Jim Loehr, co-founder of the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute when he was a 16-year old Junior Figure Skating World Champion. Paul resides in North Carolina with his wife Kate and 3 children. He enjoys a very active lifestyle and occasionally can be found on the ice.