Maureen Khairallah was named an assistant strength & conditioning coach in August of 2012. She will be an integral part of the strength and conditioning program at Brown University, serving all 37 varsity athletic teams.
The Iowa native comes to Brown University after serving a year as Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach for Southern Illinois University. During her time with the Salukis, she designed and implemented strength & conditioning programs for women’s softball, volleyball, tennis, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, and assisted with football. Khairallah also served as an Interim Head Strength & Conditioning Coach from September through November 2011.
Prior to her position at SIU, she was named Head Strength & Conditioning Coach and Fitness Coordinator for Lyndon State College in 2009. While at LSC, she designed and implemented training programs for all 12 Division III athletic teams and served as an adjunct professor for the Department of Exercise Science. She then accepted a position at the Chicago Bulls College Prep High School to direct their Strength & Conditioning/Physical Education Department.
Khairallah served as a Graduate Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach at Eastern Illinois from 2007 to 2009 in addition to completing strength and conditioning internships at Northwestern University (Spring 2007), the Quad Cities Sports Acceleration (Summer 2006), and Central College (Fall 2005).
In 2007, she received her Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Science from Central College in Pella, Iowa and went on to earn her Master of Science in Physical Education from Eastern Illinois University in 2009. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).