ANNOUNECMENT OF APPOINTED BOARD MEMBERS OF BLACK COACHES & ADMINISTRATORS
Indianapolis, October 7, 2010 – Black Coaches & Administrators (BCA) announces the expansion of its board of directors with the appointment of six (6) industry leaders. The newly appointed members assumed their positions on the board of directors October 1, 2010. The newly appointed board members include:
Dr. Percy Bates, Professor and Faculty Athletic Representative at University of Michigan
Beverly Kearney, Head Women’s Track & Field Coach at University of Texas-Austin
David T. Roach, Director of Athletics at Colgate University
Anucha Browne Sanders, Senior Associate Athletic Director at University at Buffalo
Dr. Dennis E. Thomas, Commissioner of Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
Kevin M. White, Ph.D., Vice President and Director of Athletics at Duke University
“We are extremely pleased and fortunate to have these six (6) leaders of the sports industry join the BCA board of directors” said Dave Leitao, president of the BCA Board of Directors. “Each of these individuals brings to our board of directors a deep understanding of BCA as well as a reputation for sound judgment and strong leadership skills. Their future contributions will complement our board and benefit the membership of our association” continued Floyd Keith, BCA Executive Director.
The new appointments, will add to the BCA Board of Directors, which currently consist of:
Dave Leitao, President of Black Coaches & Administrators
Danielle O’Banion, Associate Head Coach, Women’s Basketball at University of Memphis
Keith R. Tribble, Director of Athletics & Executive Vice President at University of Central Florida
Carol Owens, Associate Head Coach, Women’s Basketball at University of Notre Dame
About the Black Coaches & Administrators
The Black Coaches & Administrators (BCA is a 501 (c) (3) tax exempt non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to foster the growth and development of ethnic minorities at all levels of sports both nationally and internationally. The BCA is committed to creating a positive enlightened environment where issues can be examined closely, debated sincerely and resolved honestly. The BCA’s focus involves the concerns of its colleagues in professional sports, NCAA (Division I, II, and III), NAIA (Division I and II), junior college and high school levels.