is one of the most energetic & talented skill development instructors in the basketball world. She played high school basketball at Sacramento’s Del Campo High, where she holds 10 California state scoring records. She broke former USC standout & WNBA player/coach Sheryl Miller’s state record for most points in a season, tallying 1,300 pts in 1992. Coach Viglione was the California Player of the Year two years in a row & had 3,089 pts over her 3-yr high school career. She holds 5 national high school records for 3-pointers in a game (14), 3-pointers in a season (169), & 3-pointers in a career (379). She played at the Univ. of Texas, where she became the 8th leading all-time scorer in UT history. She was the GTE All-American 3 yrs in a row & the Big 12 scholar-athlete in 1997. Coach Viglione
holds the UT single-game scoring record with 48 pts, & the UT career 3-point record with 293. She played professionally for the WNBA’s Sacramento Monarchs and for 9 years in Israel, Turkey, & Italy. She is currently co-owner of Sacramento Skills Academy. She was inducted into the CIF hall of fame in 2012 and was recently inducted into the Sacramento sports hall of fame for 2015.
is local Psychotherapist who has been in practice for over 20 years. She received her Masters in Counseling Psychology from St. Mary’s College in Moraga in 1992 and has worked in many areas of the counseling field. She
was a school counselor of St. Francis (the K-8) school, Sacramento Probation, Social Advocates for Youth, Sutter Hospital in Hospice and in 2002 focused solely on her private practice located in Folsom. In 2001 she started writing a weekly advice column, Teen Talk, that runs in the Sacramento Bee but has been syndicated in other newspapers such as the Contra Costa Times and the San Jose Mercury News. She has written over 800 columns and would love to compile them all into a book
someday. She has been on many radio shows and Good Day Sacramento, offering advice on issues related to teenagers. She has recently launched, Free2BMe, a one day retreat she created and designed for teenager girls to equipt, empower them with tools that will help develop confidence, communication and character.
Proceeds from S4S goes towards funding the ”Linda Kobayashi Scholarship”.
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