Jeff Firestone is a Vice President in UPS’s Corporate Legal Department. He is Coordinator of the department’s Litigation and Business Development practice group, which includes responsibility for commercial litigation, IP litigation, sales, marketing and security support, bankruptcy and support of UPS’s franchise and retail operations. He also is responsible for legal aspects of UPS’s worldwide mergers and acquisitions activities and manages the Legal Department’s technology and administration groups, which includes firm and matter management, budgeting and billing systems and processes. Before joining UPS, Jeff practiced law with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP in Washington , D.C. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Georgia Appleseed Center for Law and Justice, and he chairs the Board’s development committee. Jeff received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from The University of Texas at Austin and his law degree from The George Washington University Law School. He also is a certified public accountant. He resides in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife Shari and his children Tyler, Cameron and Mason.[hr]
This marks Coach Corsetti’s 38 year as a player, coach. Coach Corsetti has had many roles as a local and national lacrosse ambassador. Lou has had the pleasure of coaching 36 All-American Players, 12 Academic All-Americans, over 120 All-State Players (New York and Georgia) and several All-Star teams including the first Lacrosse Team to participate in the Georgia Games in 1993.
Lou has been part of US Lacrosse since it was established 10 years ago as “The National Governing Body” of the sport of lacrosse. Lou has held many positions with US Lacrosse. He is past President of the Georgia Chapter as well he has been on the National Youth Council since 2003. Lou has been a eleven time convention speaker at US Lacrosse’s National Convention and a Convention Committee member for the last six years. Lou was elected “Georgia’s Man of the Year in 2003″ and in June of 2005, Lou was elected to US Lacrosse Executive Committee, the first person from Georgia given such an honor. Lou was also nominated in 2004 as US Lacrosse “Most Innovative Coach”.
Coach Corsetti hails from West Babylon, New York. Coach Lou had a very successful lacrosse career at Division I Marist College where he set scoring records many of which stand today. A four time all-league attack man Lou was 3rd in the nation in scoring in 1981 and 4th in the nation in 1982. Coach Corsetti was also a member of the Football Team where he was a three time all-league selection and holds several team records and a NCAA record for Punt Return Touchdowns in a game.