Athletes as Educators
About This Show
On this podcast Angie Lewis interviews current and former elite athletes who are passionate about sharing the lessons they've learned playing sports with others. In addition, each athlete is making an extra ordinary impact on the world in various ways. Playing basketball opened Angie's life to a world that she never imagined and having grown up an insecure adolescent. Angie played Division I basketball, overseas and won multiple championships as a coach. She loves assisting athletes as they transition from one level to the next. The interviews will inspire current, former and upcoming athletes to experience greatness in all areas of their lives. The candid interviews aren't what you might expect as these athletes discuss real issues related to life. Listen in every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to hear how these athletes are changing the game!
Most Recent Episode
Episode 74: How to Breakdown The Psychological Barriers Of Women Pursuing Leadership Positions in Athletic Administration with Dr. Cara Wright
Dr. Cara Wright has experience in the sport industry as a student-athlete, an administrator, trainer, consultant, coach, and as an instructor and fundamentals coach for the girls’ NBA Basketball Without Borders Basketball Camp held in South Africa 2011 and 2012. She also have experience in compliance, marketing, ticket sales, fundraising, event planning, and execution. Dr. Wright played college basketball at the University of Dayton and received Bachelor of Science degree in Communications Management. She holds a Master’s of Science degree in Athletic Administration from IUB, as well. She earned a doctorate in athletic administration/sport management with a minor in cognitive and behavioral psychology from Indiana University, Bloomington in May 2012. At IU she was an Associate Instructor in the IU Undergraduate Sport Management Program, as well as the Programs Assistant for the Student Support Services Program, and a doctoral student at Indiana University (IUB). Contact: email@example.com