Women Leaders in College Sports Inaugural Women Coaches NEXT UP Program!

April 11, 2019
Contact: Chanel Barnes 
Women Leaders in College Sports
chanel@womenleadersincollegesports.org
816-389-8208

Kansas City, Mo.— Thank you to everyone who helped us host our inaugural Women Coaches NEXT UP program at the Women's Final Four in Tampa! We loved watching our senior level administrators and assistant coaches connect, learn, and grow. 

Ganivat Adeduntan, George Washington U.
Lee Aduddell, Rice University
Danielle Atkinson, University of Pittsburgh
Karen Blair, University of Maryland
Octavia Blue, University of Miami
Jennifer Brown, Virginia Tech University
Jamie Carey, University of Texas
Joy Cheek, Clemson University
Sara Chrenko, Sienna Heights University
Julie Church, Lyon College
Sylvia Crawley, University of North Carolina
Brianna Finch, Barry University
Kelly Finley, University of Florida
Aqua Franklin, University of Kansas
Clarisse Garcia, Auburn University
Heather Kearney, High Point University
Jordan Kyles, Converse College
Karen Lange, University of Georgia
Kathryn Mitton, Muhlenberg College
Carrie Moore, Princeton University
Sahar Nusseibeh, Manhattan College
Heather Oesterle, Central Michigan 
Jana Pearson, U. of Northern Colorado
Liberty Del Rosario, Virginia Union 
Lisa Strack, U.S. Military Academy
Natalie Sweeney, Transylvania University
LaTonya Watson, New Jersey Inst. of Tech.
Cait Wetmore, U. of N. Carolina Greensboro 
Doshia Woods, Tulane University
Michele Woods-Baxter, U. of South Florida 

Special thank you to our administrators and program contributors: Marquita Armstead, Leah Beasley, Leanna Bordner, Sandy Hatfield Club, Danielle Donehew, Lin Dunn, Sherryta Freeman, Dena Freeman-Patton, Irma Garcia, Lynn Holzman, Jacie Hoyt, Angie Jabir, Carolyn Kieger, Angel Mason, Yolett McPhee-McCuin, Kathy Meehan, Patti Phillips, Chris Plonsky, Jen Strawley, Adrianne Swinney, Lynda Tealer, Etienne Thomas,Tiffany Tucker, Tanya Vogel, Barbara Wilson

About Women Leaders in College Sports

Founded in 1979, Women Leaders in College Sports (formerly NACWAA; www.womenleadersincollgesports.org) is the only nationally recognized collegiate professional membership organization whose mission is to develop, connect, and advance women leaders working in intercollegiate athletics. More than 3,500 members strong, Women Leaders promotes the growth, leadership, and success of women as athletics administrators, conference commissioners, professional staff, coaches, and student-athletes.