Barry W. Deuel is the president of Deuel Consulting, specializing in sports medicine services. He served on the Winchester (Va.) City School Board from 1993 to 2012, with a brief break in 2002-2004, for a total of 18 years. As a leader in Winchester, Deuel was selected as a Virginia School Boards Association committee head, raising money to renovate Handley High School. He acts as vice president and director of sports medicine at Winchester Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine, Inc. He served as an adjunct lecturer in exerscience at Shenandoah University, as well as head athletic trainer, 1983-2003; athletic training services liaison, and athletic training internship director, 1987-2000. Deuel served as the coordinator of sports medicine with the US Team Deaf Olympics, having worked during the summer and winter Deaf Olympics and Pan-Am Games for the Deaf. He has acted in various professional roles, including member of the Virginia Task Force for Leadership in Public Relations; chairman, clinical/industrial/corporate committee, NATA, and worked with the Virginia Athletic Trainers’ Association. He earned his BSPE degree from West Virginia University in 1980 with a major in sports medicine and minor in athletic training. He attended high school in Romney, W.Va.