Linda Moore, D.B.A.
Lecturer in Communication
- 1800 College Ave
- Quincy, IL 62301
Dr. Linda K. Moore, a native of Quincy and a 1981 graduate of Quincy University, started her career in higher education as an admissions counselor and athletic recruiter. Moore continued her career in college athletics as the Associate Commissioner for the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and later as the Assistant Athletic Director at St. Louis University before moving into event management. Dr. Moore managed or consulted on a number of professional sport and Olympic projects including the St. Louis Steamers, St. Louis Cardinals, U.S. Cycling Federation, Demetrious Johnson Foundation, and the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. In October 1996, Moore joined ESPN Productions Inc. where she led the X Games franchise until her retirement in January 2016. From participant services, competition management, and more recently as Sr. Director, Business Operations & Planning, Moore led the financial, legal, and business aspects of the franchise.
While her work has led to many successes in the business world, her philanthropic efforts top the list of her greatest achievements. From raising $1 million for the V Foundation for Cancer Research through the ESPY Celebrity Golf Classic to chairing the fundraising committee to build Legends Stadium at Quincy University (QU), Moore believes in giving back. She is currently serving her second term on the Board of Trustees of QU. She also serves on the executive board of Friends of the Castle overseeing the Villa Kathrine and the Tourist Information Center in Quincy, the Western Catholic Union Board of Trustees, and the City of Quincy Strategic Planning Committee.
Dr. Moore has a Master’s degree in Sport Management from the United States Sports Academy and a Doctor of Business Administration degree from University of Phoenix. She is currently an adjunct faculty member at Quincy University, an independent contractor with Rodan + Fields Skincare, and an Ambassador for Plexus Worldwide.
¨ Expertise in Planning and Execution of major sporting events
¨ Team builder capable of handling high levels of stress
¨ Strong interpersonal skills and keen sense of process flow
¨ Decision maker who gets the job done efficiently and economically
¨ Skilled in designing and writing publications
ACCOMPLISHMENTS & ACHIEVEMENTS
Retired Senior Director, Business Operations & Franchise Development, ESPN Productions Inc.
Selected as 2009 Fellow in the Betsy Magnus Leadership Program, Class XX
Selected for Women’s Campaign School at Yale Law School, Class of 2014
Managed & Executed International Franchise valued at $92 million, including negotiation of contracts in Germany, Spain, and Portugal
Increased profit by 300% in 3 years for ESPY Celebrity Golf Classic, increased donation to $1million in 2005
Developed model to improve financial results of ESPN National Golf Challenge by nearly $2 million dollars in one year
Planned and administered $7 million furniture, fixture and equipment budget and allocation for Olympic venues
Developed and managed integration plans for materials management with purchasing, finance, budget and accounts payable for the Centennial Olympic Games
Negotiated Value-in-kind contracts for U.S. Olympic Festival-’95 resulting in budget relief in excess of $700,000
Developed game day operations plans for professional soccer franchise and professional roller hockey franchise including scripts, execution, and timing with stage hands, electricians, and talent
Increased enrollment of graduate and undergraduate programs through development of successful marketing strategies
Adjunct Faculty, part-time
Quincy University, Quincy, IL 2013 – Present
Part-time adjunct instructor in the Master of Arts in Communications and Master of Business Administration programs. Courses taught include Advanced Business Communications, Advanced Organizational Communications, Introduction to Communications Research, Visual Communications, Integrated Marketing, and Crisis Communications. Also taught Fundamentals of Sport for Broadcasting at the undergraduate level.
Sr. Director, Business Planning & Operations, Retired
ESPN Productions Inc., X Games Events & Development 2012 – 2017
Lead the organization in developing a global site selection program by defining and executing a competitive bid process to identify future Host Cities; led contract negoatiation phase to execute 3 Host City contracts in 10 days before global announcement could be made; collaborated with senior leaders to create an organizational model to meet the changing landscape of executing 6 events in locations around the world; monitor a global P&L of $94 million annually; identify event operating efficiencies through joint management from local organizing committees; collaborate with other administrative functions including legal, finance, accounting, and human resources to execute the X Games business plan.
Sr. Director, Franchise Development
Global X Games Events & Development 2009 – 2012
Lead the development of new revenue streams for the Global X Games franchise with emphasis on consumer products, enterprise units, and the Asia-PacRim region. Build and manage collaborative teams to execute successful events and franchise extensions. Maintain virtual presence in ESPN’s regional offices in Brazil, Argentina, Hong Kong, China, and Australia.
Sr. Director, Business Operations, ESPN Enterprises 2007 – 2009
Lead a team of business operations professionals to evaluate current processes and develop strategies for implementing cost-savings and efficiency improvements. Recommend cost-effective solutions to executive management; serve as change agent to effectively implement new programs and change organizational culture. Manage virtual team located in 3 states.
Sr. Director, Business Administration 2004-2007
Provided strategic planning and evaluation of current and potential projects; developed and executed cost-effective solutions to resource challenges; managed and evaluated staff performance; provided counsel to Executive Director on “go/no-go”; provided fiduciary oversight for all ESPN Proprietary events and projects including X Games branded events.
Director, Business Administration, ESPN Original Entertainment 1999-2004
Provide Fiduciary Oversight for all ESPN Proprietary events and projects including X Games properties, Original Entertainment series, movies and specials; complete budget forecasts and provide forecast/plan analysis for each property, event or department; make go/no go decisions on new properties and events; develop synergy with Remote Production and Remote Operations to develop cost efficiencies in housing, travel, catering, hospitality and accreditation; develop, implement and manage the on-site payroll service for each event; develop and execute strategies for maximizing resources for The ESPY Awards and related properties including fiduciary management for the project, oversight of all administrative areas of the event and telecast, timely delivery of all required contracts through ESPN Legal, and management of the staffing plan for this project; Provide fiduciary counsel for International events including oversight of the departmental budget and fiscal planning process, coordinate domestic staff required to assist the international team with successful execution of events; In consultation with ESPN Legal, oversee the development and execution of all contracts for Winter X Games housing for Event Staging, Remote Operations and Remote Production; Analyze potential revenue-generating projects for ESPN Original Entertainment.
Director, Business Administration 1998 – 1999
Develop synergy with Remote Production and Remote Operations to develop cost efficiencies in housing, travel, catering, hospitality and accreditation; oversee on-site payroll service for each event; develop and execute strategies for maximizing resources for The ESPY Awards and related properties including fiduciary management for the project, oversight of all administrative areas of the event and telecast, timely delivery of all required contracts through ESPN Legal, and management of the staffing plan for this project; Provide fiduciary counsel for International events including oversight of the departmental budget and fiscal planning
process; analyze potential revenue-generating projects for ESPN Original Entertainment; evaluate host city deal points for budgetary impact; educate staff on company policies and programs; provide interpretation of policy as needed; troubleshoot all aspects of event operations; manage departmental budgets for domestic and international operations. Promoted from Auxiliary Events in 1999.
Director, Auxiliary Events, ESPN X Games, San Francisco, CA 1997 – 1998
Directed all aspects of ESPN X Trials and ESPN B3 events including personnel management, travel management, budget administration, venue site management (load-in and tear-down) and competition, in addition to X Games duties of budget administration, staffing, catering and hospitality management. Created synergies between departments and across functional areas. Developed positive relationships with athletes, team managers and industry personnel. Promoted from Assistant Director, Sports & Competition in 1997.
Assistant Director, Sports & Competition, ESPN X Games, San Diego, CA 1996 – 1997
Procurement and management of staff housing and travel, development and management of athlete database, procurement of staff uniform and merchandising needs, administration of prize money distribution, athlete registration, event accreditation, logistics and competition management. Manage all aspects of participant services including hospitality, athlete transportation, housing, and entertainment, supervise the Athlete Advisory Council, manage athlete registration at Winter X Games and X Games and produce participant handbook for each event.
Program Manager, Venue Logistics Operations & Material Planning 1995 – 1996
Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games, Atlanta, GA
Assigned to Materials Management Project Team; recruited, interviewed and hired venue logistics staff; planned and executed set up and recovery programs for Atlanta Sports ‘95 with venue logistics managers; management oversight of venue logistics operations for Atlanta Sports-’95 test events; department liaison to purchasing, accounting, finance, accreditation and volunteer services; Coordinated and administered three phase training program for Venue Logistics Managers, including venue tours, contract reviews, space planning, material handling requirements, scheduling, staffing, critical interviews, waste management, operations planning, equipment requirements, load-in plans, and venue operations surveys; Developed and implemented a tracking program for requisitions and purchase orders for Logistics Department; managed games time FF&E requisition program for all venues; performed budget analysis and cost/benefit analysis; researched three-year spending patterns; coordinated venue baseline FF&E reviews with venue management; became lead on crisis management and problem solving for Logistics Management; developed tracking system for Logistics invoices to reduce expenditures.
Director of Logistics, U.S. Olympic Festival-’95, Colorado 1994 – 1995
Implement production, procurement and distribution of equipment
Determined needs for venue operations of 37 sports; procured sports equipment and timing systems; coordinated contracts for bleachers, power requirements, floral
services, hospitality refreshments, information systems, hotel accommodations, and access control materials; implemented and monitored JDE Inventory Management Software system; developed construction and distribution plans for equipment and services in
three cities; coordinated, recruited and monitored VIK patrons; developed equipment retrieval procedures; managed all pre-games warehouse activities; assisted Vice President of Finance with asset management plan; worked with operations staff to develop venue diagrams; coordinated shipping needs and negotiated contract with NationsWay and Graebel; determined baseline staffing needs and recruited, hired, trained and supervised logistics staff; facilitated communication between all departments to determine most cost-effective solutions to keep event within budget; coordinated all set-up and recovery needs for special events including fund-raisers and press conferences; assisted with promotional activities as needed.
Logistics Supervisor, U.S. Olympic Festival-’94, St. Louis, MO 1994
Facilitate equipment needs for 37 event venues
Bid preparation for electrical services, convention services, portable toilets, waste management, and construction services; procurement of sports equipment; negotiated Value-in-Kind services for waste management; communicated with venue management staff regarding venue design; solicited and negotiated VIK donations of equipment and services; coordinated warehousing, inventory, transportation and delivery of equipment; recruited and managed logistics volunteers; managed move-in of Olympic Festival village; negotiated DOD contract for logistics support of village move-in.
Director, Game Day Operations, ST. LOUIS AMBUSH, NPSL 1992 – 1993
Directed Operations, Merchandising and Group Sales Program
Coordinated all game day activities and facility operations, wrote game day scripts,
produced pre-game activities, hired and trained game day staff, supervised interns,
developed and monitored merchandising program, created direct mail merchandise program, created and maintained database for group sales program, assisted public
relations staff with promotions, coordinated player appearances, coordinated ticket
sales and directed largest single game promotions of franchise, coordinated ticket/seat assignments for group sales, arranged pre-game and half-time entertainment, coordinated national anthem singers, coordinated set-up and tear-down for Ambush Autograph Nights, created Ambush mascot, created and implemented a “Name the Mascot” promotional contest with The Sports Authority and Metro St. Louis grade schools
Assistant Athletic Director, Saint Louis University 1991 – 1992
NCAA Compliance, Student Services, Senior Women’s Administrator
Completed budgeting, scheduling, event management for six sports teams; selected and trained department personnel; supervised coaching staff; developed and conducted NCAA Rules Education Program for department staff; investigated NCAA infractions cases from past five years to present; implemented procedures for obtaining NCAA rules interpretations; developed eligibility certification procedures; compiled staff compliance manual; created student-athlete handbook; coordinated all
compliance related issues; implemented academic performance plan and assisted student-athletes in meeting academic and athletic goals; coordinated advising and academics for 200 student-athletes; supervised departmental study tables; served as departmental liaison to campus academic and administrative staff; developed promotions for women’s athletic program; assisted other staff with departmental fundraising events; assisted Director of Marketing with game day operations of men’s program. Created and produced program to honor local women in sport, developed student promotions to encourage attendance at women’s athletic events, coordinated athlete appreciation event for each women’s team, assisted as needed with men’s program events including set-up and tear-down, access control, and hospitality.
Coordinator, United States Sports Academy 1988 – 1991
Campus Administrator for Missouri Sport Education Centers
Developed and monitored operation of center; created strategic marketing plan for center; selected and trained staff and faculty; coordinated recruitment and academic advising of all graduate students; developed internship programs for students; directed orientation and registration each quarter; prepared and reported budget and monthly operation benchmarks; implemented telemarketing program to increase student enrollment; consistently met or exceeded quarterly enrollment goals; developed employment contacts for students; developed two additional off-campus sites; taught courses in sport management, sport administration & finance, sports marketing, sports promotions and public relations, and sport research.
Assistant Director of Admissions, Culver-Stockton College 1984 – 1988
St. Louis/Southern Missouri Recruiting Coordinator
As part of a progressive admissions program, directed recruitment of assigned territory as an area representative based in St. Louis; maintained area office; represented college at high school and church programs; counseled students through admission, financial aid, and enrollment; conducted high school and in-home visitation; assisted families with financial aid preparation; conducted on-campus open house programs; coordinated college preview programs at hotels. Promoted from admissions counselor in 1986. Increased enrollment by 80% over three years.
Sales and Marketing Representative, Yeast Printing, Inc., Macomb, IL l983 – l984
Sales, Layout and Design of Special Promotions
Assisted in the direction of marketing programs for Macomb’s largest printing firm; maintained printing accounts including sales, layout and design of printed materials to meet client needs; sold advertising for “Western Illinois Adventures” tourism tabloid; coordinated and edited Macomb Country Club monthly newsletter; coordinated production of athletic publications for Western Illinois University.
Admissions Counselor, MacMurray College, Jacksonville, IL l981 – l983
Coordinated admissions program for Chicago area
Successfully recruited students from assigned territory and coordinated on-campus departmental open houses; consistently made 16-20 high school visits and 70-100 phone contacts each week; assisted in hiring and training of new personnel; appointed to Illinois Association of College Admissions Counselors downstate seminar committee.
Sports Information Publicist, Quincy College, Quincy, IL (l979-l981)
As a student, completed weekly sports releases on all women’s sports and men’s soccer and baseball; compiled information and edited annual soccer brochure; maintained files and statistical information for local, regional and national media; wrote quarterly column for Alumni Bulletin and Physical Education Bulletin; traveled with men’s national championship soccer team; completed extensive written and verbal communication with college personnel, booster club members, alumni, and media representatives. l982 Soccer Brochure won CoSIDA Best in the Nation Honors.
Executive Assistant to the General Manager, Quincy Rivermen Baseball (l980-l981)
Directed public relations for Central Illinois Collegiate League Baseball Franchise; arranged special promotions and events; operated public address system during home games; conducted fund-raisers for l980 and l981 summer seasons; assisted general manager in finding temporary employment for players; coordinated travel arrangements for the team; assisted general manager with game day promotions; assisted coach with team warm-up activities and batting practice; assisted coach with player evaluations.
Assistant to the Women’s Athletic Director, Quincy College (l980-l891)
As a student, handled general correspondence; prepared contracts; assisted with recruitment of athletes; responded to inquiry letters; arranged campus visits; provided campus tours; directed recruits to proper campus administrators; handled all follow-up with recruits; worked closely with college admissions department to enroll athletic prospects. Increased new female student-athlete enrollment by 100%.
Kroger Co., Quincy, IL (l979-l981)
Part-time employee in meat department; served customers at the meat case and seafood case; conducted closing activities for department three nights each week; conducted periodic inventory of supplies; cut, weighed and wrapped meat products; filled fresh and frozen meat cases as needed.
JCPenney Co., Quincy, IL (l976-l979)
Part-time employee in men’s department and ladies lingerie department; custom fitted suits for customers; assisted customers with merchandise selection; operated cash register; conducted opening and closing activities; conducted periodic inventories; completed restocking activities; assisted manager with scheduling; operated manual customer elevator system; handled customer returns.
CONSULTING and SPECIAL EVENTS
Consultant, LKM Sports & Special Events (1989-1996)
Coordinate corporate sports activities, special events and projects
Implemented and evaluated activities for clients; developed patron contacts and
negotiated contracts as needed; negotiated equipment and facilities contracts as needed; hired, trained and supervised personnel; presented sponsorship proposals to corporate executives and advertisers; developed marketing and merchandising programs; coordinated support materials and services for general operations.
CIVIC ENTREPRENEURS ORGANIZATION
* l996 Event Management Seminar Series (St. Louis), Director
UNITED STATES OLYMPIC COMMITTEE
* l995 U.S. Olympic Congress, Volunteer Coordinator and Operations Assistant
(Trouble-shooter for operational activities of Congress and Champions in Life program, assisted with Opening Ceremonies production, workshop evaluations, Olympic Store
set-up and tear-down, and access control for social events)
COLORADO SPORTS COUNCIL
* O’Leary Awards – Disabled Sports Athlete of the Year Awards Dinner and Fund-raiser
(Developed transportation plan, coordinated logistical operations, coordinated decorations and assisted director as needed during weekend activities)
* 1998-91 Annual Sports Celebrity Dinner Fund-raiser, Board of Directors
* 1998-91 Annual Charity Golf Tournament, Board of Directors
* 1998-90 Athletic Program Board of Directors, Member
- LOUIS SPORTS COMMISSION
* l993 FRESCA National Road Cycling Championships, Operations Director
(Coordinated planning meetings, edited and produced Souvenir Program, coordinated set-up and tear-down of three race courses, coordinated volunteer recruitment, planned
hospitality and concession needs, negotiated concession contract, completed budget analysis, prepared and filed after action report, facilitated input from local organizing committee, served as trouble-shooter during event.)
* Annual Blue Note Awards Program and Dinner, Operations Assistant
* Annual Silver Helmets Awards Program and Dinner, Operations Assistant
* Annual Golden Hoops Awards Program and Dinner, Operations Assistant
(Coordinated set-up and tear-down of facility, decorated for these events, served dinner to high school honorees, arranged for guest speakers)
- LOUIS VIPERS (Roller Hockey International)
* 1993 Inaugural Game and Reception, Consultant
* 1993 Opening Weekend, Director
* 1993 Holiday Merchandise Campaign, Operations Assistant
* 1993 Inaugural Season Game Day Operations, Director
(Facilitated development of activities for inaugural game and inaugural season, continued as director of game day operations, wrote and executed game-day scripts, coordinated sound, lighting and special effects needs, served as liaison with facility staff, negotiated contracts for National Anthem singers, planned and executed promotional events including post-game skates, pre-game exhibitions, half-time entertainment, and group sales promotions, planned and operated holiday merchandise kiosk for franchise)
DEMETRIOUS JOHNSON CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
*1994 Annual NFL Hoops & Huddles Weekend, Operations and Auction Director
*1994 Annual NFL Basketball Challenge Tournament, Operations Director
* Thanksgiving Community Food Drive and Community Hero Program, Team Leader
(Coordinated planning activities, secured donations for concession stand, recruited and
trained volunteer staff, sold tickets, supervised officials table, supervised hospitality room for coaches, secured donations for raffle, officials and NFL players, coordinated transportation needs for NFL players, assisted with entertainment activities for NFL players. Event raised over $10,000 for local children’s charity)
SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE
* 1991 Dallas/Ft. Worth Corporate Olympiad, Operations Consultant
* 1991 St. Louis Corporate Olympiad, Consultant/Director
(Created and supervised corporate sports events, planned group and team activities for
all personnel; recruited and trained event personnel; negotiated catering and entertainment contracts; developed and monitored transportation and parking plan;
created and monitored event activities schedule; worked with corporate committee to promote event within corporation; trained corporate committee members to produce future events internally)
SACRED HEART PARISH
* 1992 Youth Coaches Clinic, Consultant
* 1991 Youth Coaches Clinic, Director
* 1990 Youth Coaches Clinic, Guest Speaker
(Conducted training sessions for youth soccer coaches, developed additional training
sessions in soccer, baseball, volleyball, softball, and basketball for 1991 clinic, recruited guest speakers, facilitated presentations on fitness, nutrition, working with parents, and organizing team practices, created and produced youth coaches training manual,
facilitated and trained committee to manage future events)
SAINT LOUIS INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
* l990-91 Championships in 8 sports, Director
* l991 All-Conference Meeting and Workshop, Director
* Monthly newsletter for conference coaches and administrators, Coordinator
(Managed championships in baseball, soccer, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, golf, softball, supervised official scorers, managed all-conference team
selections, tallied school point totals for Commissions Cup, conducted semi-annual
all-conference meetings, managed conference budget, served as point person for all
conference statistics, compiled weekly team standings and individual statistics, served as conference media liaison, conducted conference press briefings, prepared script for quarterly radio show, represented conference at NCAA Convention and National Association of College Directors of Athletics Conference)
PROFESSIONAL SCOUTS SPORT CAMPS OF AMERICA
* l989 St. Louis Winter Baseball Clinic, Coordinator
(Created mailing list for potential attendees, facilitated approval of camp conducted by professional baseball scouts by Missouri High School Activities Association, implemented registration procedures for attendees, introduced staff to attendees, negotiated contract with Coca-Cola for sponsorship of event, recruited staff assistants from area colleges, completed after action report, created marketing plan for future camps in other cities)
PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
2016-2019 Board Member, Friends of the Castle, Villa Kathrine, Quincy, IL
2017-2020 Board Member, Western Catholic Union, Quincy, IL
2013-2015 Presidents’ Volunteer Service Award through Disney VoluntEARS
2012 International Women’s Leadership Association
2012-Present Chair, Quincy University Legends Stadium Fundraising Committee
2011-2014 Board of Trustees, Quincy University
2011-2014 Quincy University Enrollment Oversight Committee
2011-2014 Quincy University Athletic Oversight Committee
2011 Leadership Insights Panel, Center for Creative Leadership, Charlotte, NC
2009-2010 Betsy Magnus Leadership Institute, Alumna, Class XX
2009-2018 Board of Trustees, United States Sports Academy
2007-Present Disney Blanketeers
2007-Present First Vice President, US Sports Academy Alumni Association
2005, 2006 Women in Cable & Telecommunications, Forum Case Study Team Facilitator
2004 Women in Cable & Telecommunications, Volunteer of the Year, New England
2003-Present Women in Cable & Telecommunications, Executive Member
2003 Quincy University Media Day, Keynote Speaker
2000 Guest Speaker, University of California-Berkley, Sport in Society Course
1999 Kentucky Derby Collegiate Journalism Seminar Guest Speaker
1999 Quincy University Media Celebration Day, keynote speaker
1999 St. Louis Papal Visit, Papal Plaza Venue Manager
1998 First Night St. Louis, Concessions Operations Manager
1998 NCAA College World Series, Merchandise Stand Manager
1997 C-USA Championship Tournament, Merchandise Stand Manager
1997 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament, Merchandise Stand Manager
1996 St. Louis C.E.O. Event Management Seminar Series, Director
1993 D.A.R.E.- Jerseyville, IL, and St. Charles, MO, graduation speaker
1992 St. Louis Catholic Girls High School Counselors’ Association, guest speaker
1991 NCAA Recruiting Rules Education, St. Joseph’s Academy, guest speaker
1991 St. Louis Women’s Consortium, guest speaker
1991 St. Louis Sports Committee, elected to first of two three-year terms
1990 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, Assistant Commissioner,
Championships and Women’s Sports
1988 Missouri Department of Education, Missouri School/College Relations Board
1987 Sigma Kappa Sorority, Beta Mu Chapter, National Rush Supervisor
Rush resulted in largest pledge class in chapter history
1986 Sigma Kappa Sorority, Beta Mu Chapter, Pledge Class Advisor
Pledge class compiled highest composite gpa on campus
1985 – 1988 Missouri Association of College Admissions Counselors,
Elected to executive board in l988
1985 Culver-Stockton College, pompon and cheerleading coordinator
1985 Prairie State Games (Champaign, IL), assistant soccer coach for women’s
open division, West Central Region team.
1984 McDonough County (IL) United Way, Board of Directors, member
1983 Quinsippi Soccer League (Quincy, IL), Coach for Girls Division teams
Grades 4-6 team finished second place in l983, first in l984 and l985. Team was undefeated for over 2 seasons. Volunteered for an addition team, Grades 10-12, in l985.
1983 McDonough County (IL) United Way, Annual Fund Division Chairperson
Increased donations from Club/Organization division by 100%
1983 McDonough County (IL) United Way
Publicity Chairperson, Special Events Coordinator
Wrote and directed PSA script for Burl Ives to promote corporate giving
1981 MacMurray College (Jacksonville, IL), head coach for women’s soccer
Team finished 3rd at First Annual Indoor Invitational Tournament
1980 Quincy College (Quincy, IL), Women’s Intercollegiate Soccer Program
Founder of program and elected captain of first team
Alumna, Women’s Campaign School, Yale Law School 2014
Fellow, Betsy Magnus Leadership Institute. Class XX 2009
US Sports Academy – Alumnus of the Year 2007
The V Foundation for Cancer Research, Certificate of Appreciation 2005, 2006
Women in Cable & Television, Volunteer of the Year, New England 2004
Outstanding Young Women of America 1984
Macomb (IL) Area Chamber of Commerce Special Recognition Award 1983
Who’s Who among American Colleges & Universities 1980
The Sports Journal, Fall 2009, Volume 12, Issue 4
A Study of the Skateboarding Culture
ProQuest International Dissertations Database (June, 2009)
Investigating Job Satisfaction of Independent Contractors
and Employees in the Event Production Industry
PUBLICATIONS AND AWARDS
Executive Registry of Professionals 2011
Betsy Magnus Leadership Institute, Fellow, Class XX 2009-2010
Women in Cable & Television Forum, Most Realistic Team Presentation 2003
Kentucky Derby Festival Service Award 1999, 2000
St. Louis Regional Events Guide, editor 1997
“Venue Logistics Managers Training Manual”, editor 1995
“Coaching Youth Sports – A Handbook for the Volunteer Coach” 1990
“Youth Conditioning Program for Quinsippi Soccer League Players” 1988
“Come See Us” Culver-Stockton College Visit Poster 1984
“In and Around Macomb and McDonough County” tourism tabloid, asst. editor 1984
“Macomb Magic Softball Souvenir Program” assistant editor 1984
“MacMurray College Soccer Press Guide, layout and copy writer 1982, 1983 “Soccer ’80”, “Soccer ’81”, “Soccer ’82”, “Soccer ’83” Quincy College 1980, 1981
Annual Soccer brochures, editor 1982, 1983
1982 edition won “Best in the Nation” honors by Co-SIDA
Quincy College Gyrfalcon, Yearbook, Sports Editor 1981
Best Sports Layout 1981
Quincy College Falcon, Newspaper, Sports Editor 1981
Best Sports Story 1981
Best Sports Writer 1981
University of Phoenix Doctor of Business Administration 2009
U.S. Sports Academy Master of Sport Science with Honors 1989
Webster University Completed 18 hours 1985-1987
Master of Science program Media Communications
Quincy College Bachelor of Science with Honors 1981
John Wood Community College Associate of Arts with Highest Honors 1979
Seymour High School Diploma-Valedictorian 1978
References available upon request.