Jamie Boneparth - Writer
About Jamie Boneparth
A writer, Jamie Boneparth pursued his undergraduate studies at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts. He majored in journalism, minored in child development, and earned a bachelor of arts following the submission of his division 3 thesis paper titled America Scores: Coaching Soccer and Teaching Poetry to Inner-City Elementary School Students. Within several years, Jamie Boneparth was accepted into the master’s program at Northeastern University in Boston, later graduating with a master’s degree in leadership with a concentration in human resources.
Licensed by the United States Soccer Federation and National Soccer Coaches Association of America, Mr. Boneparth spent much of his career coaching soccer at various organizations, including Charles River United, New England Scores, and MassBay Community College. Mr. Boneparth integrated the Dutch Method, also known as the Global Approach, into his practices to teach players the importance and effectiveness of passing and tactical ball positioning and movement through integrating small-sided games into the training sessions.
Returning to his passion of writing, Jamie Boneparth became a self-employed writer in 2013. Today, Mr. Boneparth spends his days developing short stories that center on themes of etymology and recount his travels to Africa.