Jason Dudley is in his first year as the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator at Central Washington University. He came to Ellensburg after serving as the Head Tactical Strength and Conditioning (TSAC) Coach and Manager for the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Dudley, who had been at the NSCA since 2011, oversaw all aspects of strength and conditioning for Special Forces Military groups, the Colorado Springs Police Department (CSPD) Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Denver SWAT team, and individual law enforcement and firefighter personnel. Dudley also oversaw all aspects of the NSCA’s TSAC educational program. During his time at the NSAC, Dudley was awarded the Citizens Award by the CSPD for his service with the Police Academy class, which recorded their greatest improvement in physical testing measures. Dudley also served as a member of the TSAC certification development committee, which developed the nationally recognized TSAC-Facilitator (TSAC-F) certification. He also wrote and implemented the first physical testing standard for the CSPD Bomb Squad. Dudley has presented at national and international strength and conditioning conferences for military and law enforcement personnel. Dudley also has experience in the National Football League (NFL) (Indianapolis Colts), Big East Conference (University of Connecticut), National Hockey League (NHL) (Phoenix Coyotes), Pacific-12 Conference (Washington State University, as well as working individually with professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters, soccer players, United States Olympic Committee (USOC) judo players, and 2009’s Miss Washington. Dudley earned his Master’s degree in Human Movement and Performance from Western Washington University and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Finance from Washington State University.