IN THE NEWS
Beyond the Ball Podcast
On June 3, 2021, I was a featured guest on the Beyond the Ball podcast, where I discussed how to become a more inclusive leader. Are you a leader on your campus? If so let's continue to lead and advocate for those who can't advocate for themselves.
On May 25th, I was a guest feature on the WalkWithTFB podcast, where I explained the importance of white allyship in diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice work.
On April 20th, 2021, I was asked to join a panel discussion on the "Challenges Facing Diversity Officers" today. As we see an increase in these positions across the NCAA, it's important to recognize the struggles that these positions will have it not truly supported by leadership.
The Equity Summit 2021
On February 3rd, 2021, Resa Lovelace led a panel conversation on "Taking Women of Color to the Next Level as Head Coaches and Athletic Administrators." During this panel, you will hear about the hurdles Black women face in athletics.
The Bloom Pod Podcast Episode
On December 29th, 2020, I was asked to join The Bloom Pod podcast episode titled "Authenticity and Bringing Your Full Self." I shared the importance of being your authentic self in every space you occupy. Along with the power of music as therapy and some of my favorite artists.
LGBTQ+ Inclusion Initiatives
College administrators with a variety of backgrounds discuss the opportunities and challenges that come with LGBTQ+ inclusion initiatives in college athletics. Learn best practices for creating a more welcoming environment in your department and ways you can make a difference for LGBTQ+ student-athletes on your campus.
A Conversation with OutSports
In this conversation we addressed how to you navigate the map of an athletics dept. to affect change in policy, elevate inclusion educational programs, and support groups for athletes and coaches. We didn’t just talk in broad strokes, attendees left the webinar having learned some of the key steps to take, as well as things to avoid.
Creating Optimal Environments
For Resa B. Lovelace, creating a positive impact on student‐athletes is a mission. Lovelace always puts student‐athletes first—whether it is developing meaningful programs that help prepare them for life after competitive sports or cultivating welcoming and inclusive environments