Head Coach: Jeff May
Jeff joined the faculty of Salisbury School for the 2011-2012 academic year after a 20+ year career in finance. Prior to his transition to teaching, Jeff worked for various investment banks including Goldman Sachs (executive vice president) and JP Morgan (managing director) and split his professional career between Chicago, New York and London.
In preparation for a second career in teaching, Jeff completed the Connecticut Department of Higher Education’s Alternate Route to Certification program on two separate occasions for both middle school and high school certification. Jeff teaches Economics, AP Computer Science, Entrepreneurial Studies (ES) and also administers the independent projects in the ES program. In addition to his academic responsibilities, Jeff also coaches soccer and wrestling.
Jeff graduated from Williams College with a B.A. Political Science and while there played rugby and wrestled (two-time Division III New England runner-up). Jeff also has a MS in accounting from New York University Stern School of Business.
Jeff lives in Lakeville with his wife Mary O’Neill, who is an adjunct instructor of philosophy at Western Connecticut State University, and his three children. Jeff’s oldest child Colin is a graduate of Salisbury School.
Will Leedy | profile
Originally from the Dallas / Fort Worth, Texas area, Will attended Connecticut College where he majored in European History. In addition to his studies Will was a student athlete, playing hockey for all four years of college and was also a student leader in Residential Life. After graduating in 2015, Will moved directly into coaching as the Assistant Coach of the Men’s Hockey Team at Connecticut College. There he was involved in the recruitment of student athletes; helping to make all those who came to campus feel welcomed and at home. At Salisbury, Will works in Admissions and coaches both hockey and soccer. He is passionate about having a positive impact on everyone with whom he comes in contact – whether that’s through his work in Admissions, as a coach or as a dorm parent.
In his spare time, Will likes to stay active as well as read and watch hockey, soccer and football. Will lives in the Main Building.