Meet Our Staff
Coach Blaine Davidson
Coach Blaine Davidson describes his purpose and mission, “I am a catalyst for redemptive transformation and growth in the lives of others. My mission is to empower clients to actualize their purposes and potential in sports, fitness, health and life.”
Since graduating from the University of Washington in 2000 with a B.A. in English Teaching, Blaine’s vocational experiences include corporate management, real estate sales and consulting, small business ownership, non-profit management, and strength & conditioning coaching.
Coach Jenny Smith
Jennifer Smith, born and raised in Wenatchee, WA was a four-year letterman in soccer and track at Wenatchee High School. She was captain of her high school soccer team her Junior and Senior years, and competed in the 300m Hurdles and 4×400 Relay on the Track team.
Jenny recently graduated from Montana State University-Billings (BA in Business Administration) where she also competed as a collegiate soccer player for four years. Her final two years she was awarded All-League Honorable Mention and the Quest for Excellence Team Award her Senior year.
Jenny is certified by the National Strength & Conditioning Association CSCS (Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist) and is excited to offer her unique passions, strengths and experiences to Actualize Sports & Fitness clients.
Coach Cam Devereux
Cam is from Renton, WA and earned four-year letterman at Hazen High School where she competed in soccer, basketball, and javelin. She continued to play club soccer at Central Washington University before switching to varsity rugby for two years. During her first year as a recognized varsity sport, they became second in the nation for women’s D1 varsity collegiate rugby.
Coach Dave Hutsell
Dave was born in Kalispell, MT and raised in East Wenatchee, WA. He played multiple sports in his youth but soccer and basketball were his passion. He was a three-year letterman for soccer and two years for basketball. Competing as a high school athlete unfortunately ended when he broke his leg his senior year in the regional finals for soccer.
Dave was an assistant Boys soccer coach at Kamiakin High School in Kennewick, WA (2005 –2007) and the Wenatchee High School Girls soccer team in Wenatchee, WA (2007-2009). Dave currently coaches his sons’ soccer teams for Wenatchee FC soccer club.
“I became a weekend warrior as an adult, playing in adult soccer and basketball leagues, running races, marathons, triathlons, duathlons, and century cycle rides. As my body started to break down I become more intentional about training. I reached out to Blaine to help strengthen areas of weakness but more came from just the physical pain I endured. He helped me realize the mental strength I had to overcome pain and ultimately become mentally and physically stronger. Speaking with Blaine about his own passion helped me fully realize that sports and fitness was a passion of my own. I hope to share my individualized knowledge of sports and fitness to others.
I studied to become a personal trainer because I want to help people achieve their goals, whether it be to lose weight or to continue in activities that they love. I also want to help bring to this community something that I wish I had when I was in High school; to help young athletes potentially play at a higher level. My passion lies with soccer and I want help educate those young soccer players with an extra tool set that I didn’t have. Soccer is a growing sport in this community but it is underserved with getting them to that next level. We have some very talented student athletes in the North Central WA community and it would be a joy to help in their journey in life to reach their ultimate goals.”
Dave has have a BS in Business management and ATS In Radiologic Sciences. In addition to his time at Actualize, he sells medical devices that help map the heart for arrhythmias. He is working on his strength and conditioning certificate from NSCA.
Coach Daniel Zavala
Coach Daniel Zavala was born and raised in Chelan, WA where he attended Chelan High from 2004-2008. During his attendance he stayed active through sports as a triathlete in football, basketball, and baseball.
Daniel graduated from Central Washington University in 2012, earning a degree in Clinical Physiology, a Minor in Athletic Training & Spanish. After graduating, he received an internship at the Lake Chelan School District as an Assistant High School Football Coach and assisted in coaching the Summer Strength & Conditioning Program.