CCFO Keynote Speaker

The CCFO Clinic is thrilled to announce that our 2022 Keynote Speaker will be Chris Junjulas, ACC Assistant Supervisor of Officiating for Instant Replay.

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Chris Junjulas
  • ACC Assistant Supervisor of Officiating for Instant Replay

  • Began his college officiating in the ECAC.

  • Moved up to the Colonial, Ivy, and Patriot Leagues.

  • Serves as a Director to the Western New England Chapter of the Eastern Association of Intercollegiate Football Officials (EAIFO).

  • Deep Wing - Big East and the ACC.

  • 11 bowl and NCAA playoff assignments

    • ACC Championship

    • Fiesta Bowl

    • Rose Bowl  - College Football Playoff Semifinal Georgia vs Oklahoma

  • Employed by the Administrative Office of the US Courts for over 30 years.

  • Resides Clifton Park, NY

  • Married to Jeanne and has three children, Mackenzie, Declan, and Heather

CCFO Guest Speaker
Portia Hoeg
  • Became just the second full-time Executive Director in the 26-year history of the Conference on April 15, 2019. 

  • One of 18 female conference commissioners in NCAA Division III athletics.

  • First African-American woman to ascend to the commissioner’s chair at the Division III level. Throughout all NCAA divisions, she is one of two African-American women and five total African-Americans at the position. 

  • 15 years experience in Division III athletics.

  • Executive Director of Athletics at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn.

  • Lake Forest College - Lake Forest, Ill.

    • 2008-2012 Associate Athletic Director

    • 2005-2008 Assistant Athletic Director

  • 2004-2005 Interim Assistant Director of Athletics at Vassar College.

  • Director of Athletics and Recreation at Allegheny College in Meadville, Pa.

    • Oversaw 23 varsity sports, clubs, and recreational programs.

    • Served on the Allegheny Administrative Executive Committee (AEC), which consisted of the president’s leadership team.

    • Oversaw the enhancement of multiple facilities on the college's campus, including complete renovations of the athletic training center, weight room, and the football locker room.

    • Provided the strategic leadership and plan to add two new sports to the school’s offerings: men’s lacrosse and field hockey, including staffing, budgets, facility additions and upgrades.

  • NCAA committee and professional association experience:

    • Division III Management Council (Vice Chair in 2014).

    • National Association of Division III Athletic Administrators (NADIIIAA) executive board.

    • Division III Interpretations and Legislation Committee.

    • NCAA National Leadership Selection Committee (Chair in 2010).

  • Received her bachelor's degree in marketing and management from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.

  • Earned her master's in business administration from North Park University in Chicago, Ill.

Clinicians
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Brad Allen

2022 AFC Wild Card Game - Referee

2021 AFC Wild Caqrd Game - Referee

2021 ACC/AAC Referee Position Coach

2019 AFC Divisional Game - Alternate Official

2019 NFC Wild Card Game - Alternate Official

2018 AFC Divisional Game - Referee
2017 NFC Wild Card Game - Referee

2016 NFC Wild Card Game - Alternate Official

2014 - present - NFL Referee and Crew Chief

Atlantic Coast Conference (NCAA FBS), 2005-2014:

  • 2014 Sugar Bowl (Final NCAA Game)

  • 2012 Rose Bowl

  • 2010 ACC Championship Game

  • 2009 Army-Navy Classic

  • 2009 International Bowl

  • 2007 Motor City Bowl

2004 Southern Conference (NCAA FCS)

2000 - 2004 - South Atlantic Conference (NCAA Division II)

  • 2003 National Semi-Final Game - Referee

  • 2002 National Semi-Final Game - Alternate Official

1991 - present - North Carolina High School Athletic Association (High School)

1986 - 2006 Southern Officials Association (Youth Level)

Resides in Lumberton, NC with wife Twilla and Daughter Abigail (8)

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Ed Camp
  • 2000-Present NFL (Down Judge, #134)

  • 2022, 2009 AFC Championship

  • 2021, 2020, 2011, 2008 AFC Divisional Playoff

  • 2019 Super Bowl LII (Down Judge)

  • 2018 Super Bowl - Alternate

  • 2019, 2018, 2006 NFC Divisional Playoff

  • 2017, 2013, 2002 NFC Wildcard Playoff

  • 2005 Pro Bowl

  • 2003 AFC Wildcard Playoff

  • Retired Physical Education Teacher - 32 years NYC

  • Resides in Hawthorne, NJ

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Jim Corpora
  • ACC Side Judge

  • 2021 - Inducted in the National Football Foundation, Lehigh Valley Chapter, College Hall of Fame

  • 2020 Liberty Bowl

  • 2019 Citrus Bowl

  • 2018 Arena Football League Semi-Final

  • 2016 Arizona Bowl

  • 2016 Inducted into the Lehigh Valley Softball Hall of Fame

  • 2014, 2012, 2006 - ACC Championship Game

  • 2013, 2014 Arena Football League Conference Championship Games

  • 2013 NCAA FCS National Championship Game

  • 2012 Arena Football League Championship Game

  • 2011 - 2019:  Arena Football League official

  • 2011 Alamo Bowl

  • 2009 Army-Navy Game

  • 2008 Las Vegas Bowl

  • 2004 Liberty Bowl

  • 2001 - Hired to the ACC Varsity Staff

  • 1999 - Promoted to Division 1-AA

  • 1990 - 1998:  Selected for six NCAA Division II/III Playoff Games

  • 1995 PIAA (Class AA) State Final

  • Has had articles published in Referee Magazine and the NFHS Quarterly

  • 2007 - present:  Coordinator of Officials for the Centennial Conference

  • Presenter at numerous officiating clinics throughout the USA:

  • 2009 - 2011, 2017 - Tom Beard Football Officials Clinic

  • 2006, 2007 - Fresno CA

  • 2011, 2012 - Reno NV

  • 2003 Great Lakes Collegiate Football Officials Clinic

  • IAA Big 33 Clinic

  • Wildwood Officials Clinic

  • PIAA District IV Clinic

  • 2016 Blue Ridge Football Officials Clinic

  • Fast-Pitch Softball Umpiring

  • 2014 PIAA Class AAAA State Championship

  • 8 PIAA State Semi-Finals

  • Rules Interpreter:  Lehigh Valley Softball Umpires Association

  • June 2016 - Inducted into the Lehigh Valley Softball Hall of Fame

  • 31 PIAA Inter-district SB

  • Conducted umpiring clinics each spring for the past 15 years

  • 1997, 1998 - NAA Softball Tournaments

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Tom Hill
  • 1999-Present NFL (Side Judge, Field Judge)

  • 2018 Super Bowl LII

  • 2014 Super Bowl XLVIII

  • 2006 Super Bowl XL

  • 2022, 2020, 2019, 2017, 2010, 2004 NFC Championship

  • 2021, 2104, 2012 AFC Championship

  • 2020, 2019, 2009 AFC Wildcard Playoff

  • 2016, 2013, 2006, 2004, 2003, 2000 NFC Wildcard Playoff

  • 2015, 2002 NFC Divisional Playoff

  • NFL Europe Official for five years

  • Big East Official for one year

  • 1999 Citrus Bowl

  • Resides in Ponce Inlet, FL

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Paul King
  • 2009-Present  National Football League (Umpire)

  • 1999 - 2008 Big East

  • 1993 - 1998 Yankee / Atlantic 10

  • 1988 - 1992 ECAC - 1988 - 1992

  • Resides in Worcester, MA with his wife Kelly.

  • Has 3 children - Taylor 27 , Bailey 25, and Griffin 19

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John O'Neill

Division III / NAIA

2001    Referee – NCAA Division III Round 1 playoff
1999    Referee – NAIA Round 1 playoff
1997    Referee – NAIA Round 1 playoff 

Division I / FBS

2021    Referee – Rose Bowl – College Football Playoff Semifinal
2020   Alternate – Sugar Bowl
2019    Referee – Alamo Bowl
2018, 2017, 2015 – Referee – Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic
2018    Referee – Camping World Bowl
2017    Referee – Sugar Bowl
2015    Referee – Russell Athletic Bowl
2015    Referee – Big Ten Championship Game
2014    Referee – Rose Bowl - BCS National Championship Game
2014    Referee – Fiesta Bowl
2013    Referee – Cowboys Kickoff Classic
2012    Referee – Cotton Bowl
2012    Referee – Big Ten Championship Game
2010    Referee – Kickoff in the Capital
2010    Referee – Champs Sports Bowl
2009   Referee – Sun Bowl
2008   Referee – Gator Bowl
2008   Referee – Orange Bowl
2006   Referee – Holiday Bowl
2004   Field Judge – Cotton Bowl
2004   Field Judge – Independence Bowl
2004   Field Judge – Meineke Car Care Bowl
2002   Alternate – Insight Bowl

Professional

2020   Referee – XFL 
2019    Referee – Alliance of American Football

Miscellaneous

2017 – 2019 – President – Big Ten Football Officials Association
2017 – present – Co-coordinator – Midwest Football Officials Alliance (D-III)
2016 – present – Editorial Board – Referee Magazine
2016 – 2018 National FBS/FCS Referee clinic - Clinician
2016 – Vice President – Big Ten Football Officials Association
2015 – National Association of Sports Officials (NASO) Summit – Clinician 
Football Committee – Central Officials Association
Great Lakes Collegiate Football Officiating Clinic – Clinician
Midwest Football Officials Association Clinic – Clinician

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Dominique Pender Jr.
  • 2022 AFC Wild Card Game

  • Currently a Field Judge and Side Judge in the National Football League.

  • Prior to being hired into the NFL, worked as a Field Judge and Back Judge in the Big Ten Conference, Field Judge in the Mid American Conference, Referee and Field Judge in the Centennial Conference, and an official in the New Jersey Football Officials Association. 

  • Worked the following post season assignments:

    • Gasparilla Bowl

    • Sun Bowl

    • Las Vegas Bowl

    • New Orleans Bowl

    • St. Petersburg Bowl

    • Big Ten Championship

    • Mid American Conference Championship

    • A state quarterfinal, semifinal, and final.

  • Graduate of Howard University and Teachers College, Columbia University.

  • Considers himself a student first.

  • In abiding by the mantra that many of the bridge builders that came before him taught, he works to host classes and mentor folks in the New York City metropolitan area and beyond. 

  • Raised in South Plainfield, NJ, Dominique currently resides in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan with his wife, Ariana, son and daughter.
     

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