Dr. George Selleck, a PAC-12 and Stanford Basketball Hall of Fame athlete and former counseling psychologist has spent over 40 years working with youth. Most recently, Dr. Selleck is responsible for the development and direction of Leading2Play, a youth-driven sports, fitness and leadership program that encourages participation in sports and fitness activities while promoting healthy living, responsibility and development of such key skills as organization and management. The mission of the Leading2Play is to put kids in charge of creating fun and meaningful sports and fitness experiences that are open to all regardless of athletic ability. Dr. Selleck developed the program as an antidote to the 75% of kids who drop out of youth sports every year; an opportunity for schools whose physical education budgets have been slashed; a way to combat childhood obesity by making fitness fun and habit-forming; and a chance for kids to learn leadership and organizational skills that will benefit them in school, work, and life. His goal is to make fitness, play and sports INVITING to all kids by putting the kids themselves in charge of creating activities so exciting and engaging that everyone wants to join in on the fun.