Is responsible for the amateur and professional training and overall personal development of each student at the Academy. The Head Coach develops the Student-Athlete Performance plan for the Academy.
Utilizing the Student-Athlete Performance plan supervises/teaches the student-athletes at the Academy.
Supervises/teaches certain activities, i.e. Yoga Coach, Strength and Conditioning Coach, Sports Psychologists.
Auset Muhammad is the recipient of many academic and athletic awards and a former National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division-1 athlete in the Olympic sport of Fencing at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is also an Assistant Coach at the Bronzeville Fencing Academy and the Fencing Academy of Philadelphia.
A Temple University alumna, graduate and highly qualified, Student- athlete strategic thinker, leader and Environmental Sciences major, Auset’s accomplishments include specialized research into the chemical properties of food; improving the quality, safety and reliability of food products for consumer uses. She was highly instrumental in the development of brand initiatives and communications strategy for the rollout of the 100th year centennial commemoration of the Great Migration and community-based non-profit organizations.
Malcolm Muhammad began coaching by default immediately upon his daughter entering the fencing arena in 2005 at age eight (8) and subsequently, developed a love for the sport. He quickly learned the mechanics of the weapons and founded the Bronzeville Fencing Academy with the goal of providing high-quality fencing instruction in the Black Metropolis – Bronzeville community thus introducing the Olympic sport of Fencing to the underserved and underrepresented youth in the community.
COACH KYLE RILEY
The Academy’s community of stake holders are invested in creating a purpose built dynamic that fully recognizes the dormant talent and gifts of the youth in the community. We believe in creating a safe space that recognizes the learning experience of each youth thereby allowing them to grow into the fullness of their character.