Mr. Sherwood is a swimming pool expert and consultant with over a decade of educating and training to students, homeowners and pool professionals. He has contributed to texts, influenced State and County Recreational Bathing Codes and is a nationally accredited presenter. He has provided leadership to NESPA, NJAA, NACHI, and was part of a team of experts who provided training on compliance with the VGB Act and ADA act to health and building code officials in NJ, NY, PA, and CT.
Also an award winning instructor and moderator for the largest active social online swimming pool community groups. He would love it if you would JOIN US As we have everything from beginners to C-Level executives to bounce around your ideas and to keep your finger on the pulse of the industry. Our Facebook Page and Poolin’ Around Blog are followed and read by industry leaders and professionals nationwide.
I have a passion to no matter what it is I do, to try and be the best. I always want to pass on the knowledge that was given to me through my many mentors over the years
Before and during his pool tenure Steve always had a passion for writing, graduating Monmouth University with a degree in Journalism and Public Relations on football scholarship. Eventually, he turned to Announcing and Play by Play. Steve was the co-host of the Sports Journey Radio Show on ESPN in Florida and Maryland, as well as the Announcer in the Press Box for the New York Jets and Giants for 12 seasons. Certifying both teams training staff, he commissioned both teams aquatics facilities at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Designed by Hydroworx, he also was their East Coast service tech and troubleshooting specialist.
You usually can find Steve near the ocean. An avid sports and waterman, kiteboarding, surfing and snowboarding are his favorite activities. The Website and Facebook Forum provide an outlet for everyone to be accessible. As well as for us to further the education of anyone in the pool industry who is hungry for more knowledge. Give him a call, ask him a question or let him know how we are doing.