Margot Starbuck and David King offer advice to parents from their book, Overplayed: A Parent’s Guide to Sanity in the World of Youth Sports.
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Margot StarbuckView Bio
Margot Starbuck is a public speaker and an award-winning author of nine books including Not Who I Imagined, Permission Granted and Unsqueezed. She is also a ghostwriter, an editorial adviser, a writing consultant and a columnist for Today's Christian Woman. Margot is a passionate advocate for supporting impoverished children, disabled people and indigenous leaders of youth development organizations. Learn more about Margot by visiting her website, www.margotstarbuck.com.
David KingView Bio
David King has been the Director of Athletics at Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, VA, since 2005, coming to EMU from Lancaster Mennonite School in Lancaster, PA, where he served for 14 years as the athletic director and assistant principal. He began his work in athletics teaching and coaching at Locust Grove Mennonite School (K-8), and then spent 5 years as administrator at Camp Hebron in Pennsylvania before going to Lancaster Mennonite. Dave is co-author of the book Overplayed: A Parent's Guide to Sanity in the World of Youth Sports. He and his wife, Deb, have three grown children and two grandchildren.