From Sports Coach to Executive Coach
Lewis Preston is a former Division I Head and Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach. His seventeen-year coaching career started at Coastal Carolina University (CCU) in South Carolina as an assistant coach with Pete Strickland. Following his two years at CCU, Lewis accepted the role as an assistant coach with Mike Brey at the University of Notre Dame (ND). After six years at ND, Lewis accepted the role as an assistant coach at the University of Florida (UF) with Billy Donovan. While at Florida, Lewis was part of the second NCAA National Championship in 2006-07. After his stint at Florida, Lewis accepted the role as assistant coach at Penn State University (PSU) with Ed DeChellis. Lewis was part of the 2008-09 National Invitational Tournament (NIT) championship. Lewis accepted the role as Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Kennesaw State University (KSU) program from 2011-14.
After his stint in collegiate athletics, Lewis took his nearly two decades of coaching experience and has transitioned to an Executive Coach and Facilitator for IntegrityATL.com (a values based decision making firm that helps provide solutions in areas such as: Integrity Coaching, Integrity Selling, Integrity Service, Integrity Communication, Foundational Core Values as well as Achieve, a goal setting process). Currently, Lewis is the Vice President of Client Engagement.
Lewis believes that IntegrityATL.com helps to fulfill his goal of “Coaching, Guiding and Encouraging People to their Purpose in Life.”