Daryl Fort is a senior MVP strategies trainer and curriculum developer. Daryl has trained tens of thousands of student athletes, coaches, and administrators at hundreds of major NCAA institutions, as well as other student leaders and students at colleges and high schools. He has been an integral part of the MVP Strategies training teams that have trained thousands of military trainers and troops in all the major services of the U.S. Armed Forces. He is also a community development consultant and gender violence prevention activist, speaker, and educator who has worked throughout North America, Eastern Asia, Europe, Iraq, and Australia as a consultant to community-based and non-profit organizations, as well as public and private sector institutions.
Prior to MVP, Daryl spent 14 years as a political and public policy advisor to former U.S. Congressman and Governor of Maine, John Baldacci. As a senior policy advisor to Governor Baldacci, Daryl coordinated administration initiatives and policy development involving sexual assault and domestic violence, reproductive rights, children and youth, higher education, multicultural affairs, homelessness, civil rights, and Tribal affairs.
A former Trustee for Maine Boys to Men, the Maine Center for Sport and Coaching, and the Maine Center for Economic Policy, Daryl currently serves on the board of directors for the Maine Sports Hall of Fame and the Institute for Civic Leadership. He holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Maine, where he played tight end and defensive end on the football team.