Support and have a leading role for the NCAA office of inclusion’s national-level work in the core areas of disability, international, LGBTQ, race/ethnicity, and women/gender equity. Collaborate with and support the directors of inclusion on major projects and function as a leader in the administration and development of internal and external inclusion initiatives.
Communicate with and guide the membership and other key constituents on matters related to diversity, equity, and inclusion through the development of relationships and educational and best practices resources.
Contribute in meaningful ways to the creation, facilitation, and assessment of diversity, equity, and inclusion programming as well as successfully deliver this programming in a variety of settings.
Collaborate and support the directors of inclusion to build relationships, develop programming and manage logistical on-site management for the NCAA Inclusion Forum and NCAA Convention Education Sessions.
Support the primary liaisons in the strategic plans and key actions/initiative for the NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics, NCAA Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee, the Committee to Promote Cultural Diversity and Equity and associated ad-hoc groups such as the Gender Equity Task Force and the Disability Advisory Group.
Work with the directors of inclusion to support significant office of inclusion initiatives such as the annual MOIC/NCAA Diversity and Inclusion Social Media Campaign and the annual MOAA/NCAA Award for Diversity and Inclusion.
Manage the timely and substantive updating of the office of inclusion webpage to ensure that membership needs are being served as well as possible.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree required.
Three years’ professional experience in equity, diversity and inclusion issues.
Understanding of the Association’s structure and function.