WKU Alumni, Sherrice Dubose Joins NIAAA Staff
|Author: Mike Blacburn, NIAAA|
Date: Thursday, August 18th, 2016
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (July 1, 2016) — Sherrice Dubose became a staff member of the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association on June 27, 2016. Sherrice was named the Development, Marketing and Public Relations Manager for the organization. Dubose will serve in the areas of partnerships, advertising, marketing NIAAA programs, and marketing to an array of individuals and groups. In addition, she will work with social media, graphic artists, print and digital, and national conference vendors.
Most recently, Sherrice earned her Master of Science degree from Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, in the area of Recreation and Sport Management. Previously, she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Human Performance from Austin Peay State University located in Clarksville, Tennessee. Most recently Dubose was employed at Western Kentucky University as an Intercollegiate Athletic Administration Program Assistant and the Director of Operations for WKU Track and Field.
Ms. Dubose was multiple sport athlete at Lighthouse Christian School, Antioch, Tennessee. While in high school she competed four seasons each of volleyball, basketball and track & field.
“We are excited to have Sherrice as a member of the NIAAA staff. She will be an excellent ambassador for the association in working with our current and prospective educational, professional and corporate affiliations,” shared NIAAA Executive Director, Dr. Mike Blackburn, CMAA. “Sherrice is pleasant to serve with and will be a strong NIAAA team member. We look forward to watching her make significant contributions to the NIAAA experience for our members and partners.”
MEDIA CONTACT: Mike Blackburn
About the NIAAA: The NIAAA is based in Indianapolis, Indiana, and is the national leadership organization for high school and middle school athletic administrators. With current individual membership of nearly 10,000 the NIAAA consists of athletic administrators from associations in the 50 states, the District of Columbia and Internationally. The NIAAA leads in providing professional development for athletic administrators, serving as a resource and provider of safe and plentiful participation opportunities for the nation’s 7.8 million student-athletes. With conducting education-based athletic programs as the focus, NIAAA membership provides opportunity for professional development, education, certification, national award recognition and exchange of ideas with athletic administrators throughout the world.
NIAAA champions the profession of athletic administration through education opportunities, advocating ethics, developing leaders and fostering community.
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