Member Circles

Women Leaders in College Sports Circles provide members who share common interest or industry specialties a platform and voice to come together, share best practices, and be empowered to impart positive change. While each Women Leaders Circle will provide participants with opportunities for mentoring, skill enhancement, and overall industry impact, the structure and direction for each group will differ. Open to all Women Leaders members, Circles are a great way to get engaged, expand networks, and enhance professional growth.

To learn more or get involved, please click the title of each circle to further explore the community and learn more! If you have specific questions about a circle, please contact the specific Circle leads. 

If you are interested in facilitating or creating a future Circle, please contact Celine Mangan at celine@womenleadersincollegesports.org or 816-389-8213.

Academics/Student Athlete Development »

 

Tori Niemann, Assistant Director of Student-Athlete Development

 



Marissa Robinson, Assistant Director Leadership Development, NCAA 

 

Purpose: The academics/student-athlete development circle was developed for participants to engage in best practices for student-athlete success. Through this circle, participants will have an opportunity to discuss academic philosophies, student-athlete well-being programs, and grow from experts in the field.

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Development »

Heather Owen, Senior Associate Athletics Director, Development, Stanford University

 

Purpose: Initiated as a platform to help create awareness and further engage and strengthen the skillset of women in athletics fundraising, this circle will develop and teach best practices for success in athletic development. Through the development circle, participants will gain unique access to exchange fundraising ideas, create meaningful content, grow from other experts in the field and help Women Leaders in College Sports broaden its overall impact.

In effort to be intentional with learning outcomes and growth, the Development Circle will post HERE some fundraising insight, best practices and tips that come from conference calls and other times of collaboration.

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LGBTQA+ Circle »


   Kayleigh McCauley, Associate Dean of Students, Director of Student Support and Title IX Case Manager, Lewis & Clark College

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