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Miriam S Lynch and Marlon Turner are now friends
Nov 7
Marlon Turner left a comment for Ginnette Powell
"Thank you so much!! Yes I am Marlon the fish. Looking forward to meeting you all."
Nov 7
Ginnette Powell left a comment for Marlon Turner
"Welcome Marlon or is is Marlin like the fish!!!"
Nov 7
Marlon Turner joined Jayson Jackson's group
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Swimming Council

Council Chair(s): John YearwoodCreator: Jayson JacksonPurpose: To connect individuals and groups who currently participate or are interested in competitive swimming.To share "best practices," especially as they relate to efforts to provide access to groups traditionally underrepresented in the sport.For anyone interested in information, tips, resources, questions, and/or curiosity…See More
Nov 6
Marlon Turner joined Naji's group
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Outside The Box

For those with a passion, interest or curiosity about open water swimming and who wish to talk about how to get more people of color informed and involved in long distance swimming.
Nov 6
Marlon Turner joined Arthur Andrew Lopez's group
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Eastern Zone Diversity Group

A group where we can communicate and share best practices that promote inclusion and increase diversity in the sport of swimming.See More
Nov 6
Marlon Turner joined Manuel Banks's group
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Make a Splash

Make a Splash is a national child-focused water safety initiative created by the USA Swimming Foundation. Make a Splash works by aligning the nation’s top learn-to-swim resources in an effort to save lives.See More
Nov 6
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Urban Swim Program

Urban Swim Program was founded in 2011, we are a 501 (c) (3) non profit organization. Our mission is to promote diversity in the sport of swimming by providing affordable community driven programs that not only teach a life saving skill but create an environment that fosters self empowerment, achievement and discipline.Urban Swim Program provides low cost or free swim lessons and programs to those in Camden, New Jersey and supports the development of programs in areas targeted towards diverse…See More
Nov 6
Marlon Turner is now a member of Diversity in Aquatics
Nov 6
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Nov 4

Profile Information

Relationship Status:
Married
Type of School:
HBCU / HSI School
Swimming Level: If so, which level?
Yes - Competitive Level
Aquatic Interest:
Competitive Swimming, Recreational Swimming, Lifeguarding, Swim Lessons, Scuba, Boating, Rowing, Drowning Research
Aquatics Occupation:
Administrative, Competitive Coach, Lifeguard, Research
Aquatic Membership Affiliation(s):
American Red Cross, USA Swimming, Other Aquatic Association
More about me:
Greetings!! I'm a swimming instructor/ Swimming coach who is passionate about teaching all people the importance of swimming. Looking forward to speaking with you!!

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At 12:50pm on November 7, 2017, Ginnette Powell said…

Welcome Marlon or is is Marlin like the fish!!!

 
 
 

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Newsweek Article

Read the Newsweek article featuring The Diversity in Aquatics Program and several of its members.

Read the Newsweek article featuring The Diversity in Aquatics Program and several of its members.

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