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Finding your voice at the table with Athletic Director Jen Brooks

Jen Brooks is a Certified Master Athletic Administrator.  Currently she serves as the Athletic Director at Ursuline Academy in St. Louis, MO where she has maintained this position the last 25 years. Driven by a desire to encourage more women to get involved in the world of high school athletics, a well as to support […]

Life lessons that lead Dr. Patty Raube Keller to be a champion for women

Dr. Keller is a champion for women. She is a servant leader and professor that uses her real life experiences working in high school & intercollegiate athletics for over 19 years to teach and mentor. She is a person who takes initiative, solves problems, deals well with conflict. She is able to find people’s strengths […]

No Lies Live Forever Author Catherine Compher cultivates strong female leaders.

NO LIES LIVE FOREVER tells the story of a successful architect, Sal Casalino who has built the life and family he always wanted in Waite Hill, Ohio, only to have the crimes he left buried in his native Italy rise to the surface – and the daughter who pledges to find answers and redemption in […]

Beth Paul discusses how she always says the best is still ahead, and she truly believes that

A Presbyterian College graduate, an avid Habitat for Humanity supporter, a wife and a mom of two children; Beth Paul helps bring entertainment to Greenville South Carolina. She is the General Manager of the Bon Secours Wellness Arena where she has led since 2015. Beth and Coach Macy talk how making transitions through the pandemic […]

Have a plan in place to be successful with Dee Dee Jarman

Deputy Director of Athletics| Senior Woman Administrator and over Compliance at Methodist College. A twenty year veteran women’s basketball coach and a Kay Yow Endowment Supporter. In her 20 seasons as head coach, Jarman amassed a 299-233 (.562) record, making her the winningest head coach in the history of women’s basketball at Methodist . Dee Dee Jarman […]

Stay consistent, stay the course no matter the storm: advice from Ayonna Thompson Bowen

Ayonna Thompson-Bowen has her jersey retired at Mauldin High in Mauldin, South Carolina for Girls Basketball. She furthered her basketball career at High Point University where she states, “it was the best experience of my life.” The owner and operator of A1Hoops has goals to make sure at least 25 young ladies go to college […]

Coach Trudi Lacey talks about lessons learned through collegiate, olympic, and professional basketball experiences

Trudi Lacey talks with Two Feet In Coaching about being two percent better every day – one percent for yourself, one percent for someone else. A former standout for North Carolina State University, Lacey played for the late Hall of Fame Coach, Kay Yow, and was the first African-American woman to earn a full four […]

Listen To Your Body: Health and career choices with Coach Artina Trader

Coach Artina Trader discusses health, listening to your body, and how to balance healthy living with a challenging career. The Annapolis, MD native is a 20 plus veteran in college athletics with the last 11 years at her alma mater North Carolina Wesleyan College. She can be reached at @coachajrader on Twitter. She led her […]