Leadership Development

Board of Governors Diversity and Inclusion Programming Impact

In January 2016, the NCAA Board of Governors adopted a resolution to promote diversity and inclusion in athletics. In response to research findings on the barriers faced by ethnic minorities in the industry, the Association began a push to enhance the pipeline for racial diversity in coaching and athletics administration.

Student-athletes prepare for 2019 leadership forum

A total of 220 student-athletes representing a broad array of NCAA-sponsored athletics and possessing an immense range of experiences and perspectives will meet Thursday, April 11, through Sunday, April 14, in Orlando, Florida, for the NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum. The leadership forum represents a collaboration between the leadership development and Division I, II and III governance groups at the NCAA national office.

NCAA, NFL Coaches Academy concludes in Tampa

Participants in the 2019 NCAA and NFL Coaches Academy traveled Tampa, Florida, for professional development programming from Feb. 6-10. The academy is facilitated by the NCAA leadership development department in collaboration with the NFL.

NCAA completes 2018 Minority Coaches Series programming

The NCAA leadership development staff has completed its Minority Coaches Series for 2018 where coaches representing volleyball, basketball, and track and field engaged in professional development programming to enhance skills that will increase their chances of becoming head coaches in the future.

NCAA announces 2018-19 Pathway Program participants

The Pathway Program is designed to provide those currently in senior-level positions within athletics administration with the skill set to further propel their careers.

Online platform offers financial tips for college athletes

NCAA student-athletes now have an online financial awareness platform that provides them with tips on how to be more fiscally responsible while in college, while also preparing them for financial decisions that may impact them after graduation.

Athletics administrators set for NCAA Leadership Institute

Twenty minority and female administrators, committed to advancing their careers in college athletics, have been selected to participate in the 2017 NCAA Leadership Institute.

NCAA selects athletics administrators for Pathway Program

Twenty-five senior-level athletics administrators, who have committed to becoming directors of athletics, have been selected to participate in the 2017 NCAA Pathway Program, the NCAA leadership development team announced.

NCAA announces 2017-18 Postgraduate internship class

NCAA leadership development and human resources have selected 31 interns for the 2017-18 postgraduate intern class at the national office in Indianapolis.

Follow the Leaders: Celine Mangan, Western Illinois

Celine Mangan is a graduate assistant at Western Illinois University. A committee from the NCAA membership selected her for the 2017 NCAA Emerging Leaders Seminar.

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