A native of Naples, Florida and a four-year member of the Yale University football program, Ryan Krzykowski began his career as a high school teacher/athletic coach in his hometown in 1998.
Hired to teach math and coach football at Naples High School, he came under the mentorship of new NHS Head Football Coach Bill Kramer, who had recently come to Naples from a successful stint as a Head Coach in Miami with a vision to put together a staff of men who wanted to “do what God wants them to do, and use football (or sport) as a tool to change negative cycles in the lives of our players and their families… for eternity.”
From 1998-2005, Ryan coached football and taught math and experienced sport used as ministry to change the trajectory of people’s lives. Players, coaches, parents, and really an entire campus and community were changed forever by the work of the Spirit of God. Ryan began to develop a real vision and sense of possibility as he and his fellow coaches built a program that pointed people toward the Lord.
For more about Ryan please visit: http://www.communityforcoaches.org/meet-coach-ryan/