Grandmaster Brenda J. Sell, 9th Dan
Kwan’Jang of the USCDKA
Grandmaster Brenda J. Sell is no stranger to making world history and leading in Tae Kwon Do. After stepping into the Presidency of the United States Chung Do Kwan Association in 2004, Grandmaster Sell has initiated many new Taekwondo training resources, educational programs, and the U.S. Chung Do Kwan Association’s very own Tournament Circuit.
Grandmaster Brenda J. Sell, has been traveling the United States and Canada hosting Presidential Tours at many of their charter schools. During these tours she has been able to teach the theory of “Chung Do” to a very broad base of students, black belts and Sr. Instructors. The theme of the seminar tours is entitled “Perfecting the Technique.” Students work very intently on the small details that make a significant difference in their form and technique. Her passion for teaching poomse is evident, as she encourages students on how they can improve and obtain top scores in tournament competition, as well as gup and black belt testing. These tours have also enabled her to spend quality time with the Sr. Instructors, and have allowed her to share the wisdom and experience she has gained through her many years of teaching and training since 1970.
The U.S. Chung Do Kwan Association was founded in 1967 by Sr. Grandmaster Edward B. Sell, 9th Degree Black Belt . He was declared a Living Legend by the Korean government and pioneer of Taekwondo in America. He holds many World-Titles including the Highest Ranked foreigner (non Korean) in the World. Sr. Grandmaster Sell now holds the position of Kwan Jang giving direction and vision. The two married in 1975 and have been working side by side, 24/7 since 1973 sharing the benefits of Taekwondo throughout the Americas. Together, they are known as The Sell Team.
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