EXCLUSIVE 3-Way Interview: Career Agility & Self-Reflection with Miller, Bilderback & Bechler

Shimmy Gray-Miller, Jamy Bechler, and Missy Bilderback discuss their careers, failures, and lessons on Two Feet in the podcast.

Shimmy Gray-Miller joined the Clemson women’s basketball staff in April of 2018 as an assistant coach. You can reach out to her on Twitter @shimmy33

With 20 years of coaching experience, Gray-Miller has spent time at all five of the Power Five conferences. During her career, she has helped her teams to nine NCAA Tournament appearances including one Sweet 16 appearance. Most recently, prior to Clemson, Gray-Miller spent a season as an assistant coach and interim head coach at Texas Tech.

Gray-Miller worked with Coach Butler at the University of Florida from 2015-2017 as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. She helped pull in a top 25 class in 2017 after the Gators reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 2016.

Jamy Bechler

After a very successful career as a college basketball coach and high school athletic director, Jamy Bechler transitioned into full-time leadership training and motivational speaking in June of 2016. He received his John Maxwell Leadership Certification in March of 2016. You can reach out to him  on Twitter @CoachBechler

In addition to five eBooks, Bechler is a published author of The Leadership Playbook: Become Your Team’s Most Valuable Leader. He has been published in the Huffington Post and is a regular guest on various radio stations and podcasts.

Bechler now travels across the country speaking to groups and teams on how to reach their full potential and become people of influence. He speaks at some of the top conferences for educators, coaches and administrators.  His work with teams have ranged from the NBA to the Big Ten to small colleges.

Missy Bilderback

Coach Bilderback has compiled a 127-20 record in five seasons with the Lady Bobcats, including four Region 23 titles, three MACJC titles, and the school’s first four trips to the NJCAA National Tournament. Jones College finished the 2020 season at 24-4, ranked No. 10 in the final NJCAA poll and was preparing for the NJCAA Championships before the event was canceled due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Please reach out to Coach Bilderback on Twitter @missybilderback

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