Wolf Pack Hosts NACWAA NEXT Event for Female Athletics Directors
Aug. 8, 2012
RENO, Nev. - Wolf Pack Director of Athletics Cary Groth and the University of Nevada are hosting the first National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators Network of Extraordinary Talent (NACWAA NEXT) event this week in Reno.
Nevada is hosting a group of 15 NCAA Division I female athletics directors and conference commissioners for the event to discuss current issues and share experiences and ideas on the challenges of effectively leading a Division I athletic program or conference office.
"NACWAA is excited to work with Cary Groth and the University of Nevada to convene this talented and inspired group of women leaders," said Patti Phillips, NACWAA's chief operating officer. "We look forward to spending the next few days discussing and gaining insight on the current issues in intercollegiate athletics today."
NACWAA is the premier advocacy organization that empowers, develops, assists, celebrates, affirms, involves and honors women working in all fields of intercollegiate athletics and takes a proactive role in advancing women into positions of influence. NACWAA is dedicated to empowering, developing and advancing the success of women throughout the profession. More information can be found at www.nacwaa.org.
"We are delighted to be able to host NACWAA and this group of amazing women this week," Groth said. "We are excited to be able to participate in this professional development opportunity and share with them everything that makes Northern Nevada such a great place to live and work."