Sensei Bios

Sensei Brett Wolf • has been involved in Judo for over 30 years. A former National Jr. Champion Brett has been with the program since 1993. In March 1998 Brett took over as head sensei, the position he currently holds. During his thirteen years guiding the program it has grown into one of the largest and most respected junior programs in the country. Brett competed for the United States internationally more than ten times, and received his blackbelt in September 1993 and currently is a Yodan (4th Degree Blackbelt). He also is a international level coach for USA Judo. Brett has been on the Junior Pan American team coaching staff for the last three years including being the head coach in September 2011 (Chile). He is certified to work with Paralympic athletes through USA Judo.

Sensei Scott Goldstein • has been with the program since 2002. As a Jr. Scott earned All-American honors in 1990 for winning the USJI Jr. Olympics. A lawyer by day Scott has been very giving with his time and expertise. Scott received his blackbelt in 2004 and is currently a Nidan. He also is a continental level coach Paralympic certified coach for USA Judo.

Sensei Danielle Tanimura • began her judo career at Menomonee Club at the age of six. As a junior, Danielle won three national titles and competed internationally. She is currently a third degree black-belt. Danielle has been a judo instructor since 1997 and is a national level judo coach with Paralympic certification.