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Office of Inclusion Staff

Katrice A. Albert

Executive Vice President of Inclusion and Human Resources

Katrice A. Albert is the NCAA’s executive vice president of inclusion and human resources. In this role, she leads efforts to enhance diversity, inclusion, leadership development, and education and community engagement. Additionally, she is responsible for leading national office employee relations, performance management, professional development, and compensation and benefits programs. Before joining the NCAA, she served in executive capacities with the University of Minnesota System from 2013 to 2017, and at Louisiana State University from 2005 to 2013. She led diversity, inclusion and equity strategies in both positions.

Albert frequently writes, speaks and consults on issues of intercultural competence, educational and workforce diversity, gender and dynamics of power, the complexities of diverse populations, educational access, community-university partnerships, corporate social responsibility, and the application of psychological knowledge to ethnic minorities and other underserved populations. Also, she serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship, and her works have been published in the Journal of Counseling Psychology and the Journal of Counseling and Development. Albert also is the co-editor of two volumes: “Trayvon Martin, Race, and American Justice: Writing Wrong” and “Racial Battle Fatigue in Higher Education: Exposing the Myth of Post-Racial America.”

Albert earned a doctoral degree in counseling psychology at Auburn University and completed her clinical internship at the Center for Multicultural Training in Psychology at Boston Medical Center. She holds a master’s degree in counseling psychology from The University of Southern Mississippi and graduated magna cum laude from Xavier University of Louisiana with a bachelor’s degree in psychology.

Amy Wilson

Director of Inclusion (Gender Equity and LGBTQ)

In May 2015, Amy Wilson began work as a director of inclusion at the NCAA.  Wilson has worked in higher education for her entire career and most recently was an associate professor of education at Illinois College, where she taught sport-related courses and served as the faculty athletics representative and chair of the Athletics Committee.  She is a former basketball and softball student-athlete who is a member of the Illinois College Athletics Hall of Fame.  Wilson has a bachelor’s and master’s degree in English and earned a Ph.D. in health and sport studies with a concentration in athletic administration at the University of Iowa.  For the past decade, she has worked closely with nationally recognized Title IX expert Christine Grant on equity issues in intercollegiate athletics and has given numerous presentations on Title IX and gender equity around the country.  The National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators presented Wilson with its Administrator of Tomorrow Award for Division I-Football Bowl Subdivision in 2009. For Title IX’s 40th anniversary, she completed a report for the NCAA’s Committee on Women’s Athletics -- “The Status of Women in Intercollegiate Athletics as Title IX Turns 40.”

Sonja Robinson

Director of Inclusion (Race/Ethnicity and Student-Athletes with Disabilities)

Sonja N. Robinson is a director in the NCAA office of inclusion. In this role, she is the primary contact for issues related to race/ethnicity and disability for the Association’s membership, and is the program manager for the Employee Resource Groups at the national office. In addition, she serves as the primary liaison for the Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee (MOIC), which is charged with reviewing and providing recommendations around the impact of policies, programming and initiatives on underrepresented minority populations. A former student-athlete (women’s basketball) at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, she earned an undergraduate degree in architecture and engineering, a master’s degree in business administration (University of Missouri-Kansas City) and a doctorate in sport administration (University of New Mexico). 

Prior to joining the NCAA in 2015, Robinson served as a postdoctoral fellow and institutional researcher at the University of New Mexico, in the Division for Equity and Inclusion where she focused on the development, maintenance and assessment of campus climates that promote achievement, and research on the impact of discrimination and hostile environments on individual and group success in higher education.

Jean Orr

Assistant Director of Inclusion

Jean Orr joined the NCAA office of inclusion in January 2018 after almost a decade in academic and membership affairs.  In her role as assistant director, Orr collaborates with and supports member institutions and national office staff in areas of diversity, inclusion, and gender equity. 

In addition to her work in the NCAA office of inclusion, Jean also serves on the leadership teams of the LGBTQ and People of Color Employee Resource Groups at the national office, and is an active member of the disAbility and Women’s Employee Resource Groups.    

Orr holds an undergraduate degree in Spanish from Hanover College, where she was a softball student-athlete.  She also holds a master’s degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs from Indiana University, and is currently a doctoral candidate in the same program.  Orr’s research focuses on professionally disclosed lesbian, gay, and bisexual college coaches.   

Craig Malveaux

Coordinator of Inclusion

As coordinator of inclusion, Craig Malveaux supports the development and implementation of external programs and initiatives — including the Inclusion Forum — and assists the director of inclusion on the areas of women/gender equity and LGBTQ inclusion. In addition, he coordinates meeting logistics and travel, pre-meeting correspondence and material provision and supports inclusion committees and task forces. Prior to becoming the coordinator, Malveaux served as post-graduate intern in the office of inclusion, overseeing the Division III Student Immersion Program as well as assisting on programs impacting student-athletes, coaches and administrators.

Malveaux joined the national office from the University of Central Florida’s DeVos Sport Business Management Program, where he earned both a Master of Business Administration and Master of Sport Business Management. While there, he researched and co-authored various studies on gender and racial hiring practices in collegiate and professional sports for The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport (TIDES). His published reports include the NFL Racial and Gender Report Card and the NCAA Division I FBS Leadership report.

Malveaux, a native of New Orleans, also holds a Bachelor of Arts in mass communication journalism from Loyola University New Orleans and reported on high school sports and social justice issues for the San Diego Union Tribune for two years.

Kina Davis

Assistant Coordinator of Inclusion

Kina Davis, assistant coordinator of inclusion, has been a member of the NCAA staff since 2007.  In her current role, Davis supports inclusion initiatives through assisting in developing and maintaining relationships with collaborative partners; implementation of new programming within the office of inclusion; community outreach efforts within the greater Indianapolis area; employee resource groups and the Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee.  Davis received her bachelor’s degree in public affairs administration and a certificate in event management from Indiana University, Bloomington, and holds an Indiana real estate license.