Col. Bart Weiss
239-597-7575 ext. 216
Bart Weiss is a 1986 graduate of the USAF Academy; he was born in Muskegon, Michigan--but grew up in Naples and graduated from Naples High school in 1982. He recently retired from the United States Air Force after nearly 30 years of service and during his career in the Air Force he led and commanded flying squadrons and multiple operational units worldwide. In addition to these leadership experiences, he served in Washington DC working alongside both military leaders and members of Congress to include piloting AF one and AF two during the Clinton/Gore administration. Over the last 15 years, he has deployed to the Indian Ocean, Iraq, Afghanistan, Turkey and Saudi Arabia. During the last 5 years, he led 480 cadet-candidates through a balanced curriculum of military training, academic education and athletic competition + 67 faculty. As Deputy Athletic Director of the USAF Academy, he transitioned the Academy's Athletic Department from a government-based organization to a $42 million non-profit corporation, oversaw 27 NCAA Division I athletic teams and supervised physical education and fitness programs to 4,000 USAF Academy cadets. He is married to the former Kathy Terry of Naples and they have three sons and one daughter (Tyler, Cooper, Parker and Olivia).
Ms. Char Pascute
239-597-7575 ext. 251
Ms. Pascute has coached cheerleading at CSN and returns as Administrative Assistant to the Athletics Department. She attended Youngstown State University and Bowling Green State University in Ohio. Char has worked at Vineyards Elementary School and St. John the Evangelist Church.
Ms. Amber O’Malley
239-597-7575 ext. 181
Prior to joining CSN, Amber O'Malley served as the head softball coach of Shoream Wading River HS in Suffolk County. The Long Island native helped guide the SWR softball team to a 14-4 finish, one game shy of a county championship berth. Amber spent her college years playing both softball and tennis for the Dowling College Golden Lions. As a Division II athlete, Amber was part of two teams that went to NCAA regionals. She graduated from Dowling with a degree in Early Childhood Education and Special Ed, and has an M.A. in Liberal Studies from Stonybrook University.