Philadelphia, PA, April 02, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Sprinters Edge Track Cycling organization is pleased to announce the induction of Nitin Krishna as Chairman of the Board.
Krishna’s role will become effective April 15, 2017. Krishna is the Founder and Chief at Guidunz Consulting, specializing in growing organizations through new product development and management across Healthcare, Financial, and Telecom Industries. Krishna provides strategic leadership while developing and managing growth solutions in highly competitive and dynamic B2B and B2C markets. Previously, Krishna served as Director of Product Management of B2B Cloud Based Healthcare Products at McKesson, a Fortune 5 Healthcare company.
As Chairman of the Sprinters Edge board, Krishna will direct the formation, financing, marketing, and development of both the Elite International Development Team and the Foundation Program which is a progressive pathway for developing young junior cyclists, ages 12-18.
“Rarely does one see a perfect combination of talent, commitment, team work, discipline, dedication and above all integrity within a team. Sprinters Edge is a fine example of one such organization. Coach Andrew leads the team with high ethics and provides world class training to let them achieve their goals. It’s a privilege and an honor to be amongst such high potential athletes and serve on the organizations board,” said Krishna
Andrew Harris, who serves as the Team’s Performance Director and Coach says, “We are thrilled to have Nitin come on board. His passion and expertise for growing business, his love of sport, and his interest in teaching and developing youth and young adults make him the perfect candidate to fill this position. Nitin exemplifies the three elements of Sprinters Edge’s culture- teamwork, competitive excellence, and relentless effort. He insists that every athlete (from the youngest juniors to the elite) in our program commit, contribute, and take ownership of the process of growing our organization. What a wonderful opportunity and experience this is going to be for our athletes and staff. We are privileged to have him on board.”
Andrew Harris, Performance Director