Aspiring Women Coaches


The data tells the story. We need more women in the coaching profession—in all sports and levels. Through our Aspiring Women Coaches Workshops we will help women Catch a Vision for their coaching career. WeCOACH will be the national leader in actively recruiting more women coaches to build the pipeline of future leaders in sports. These virtual workshops are free and open to any woman aspiring to coach in any sport, at any level. Participants will learn best practices for securing coaching opportunities, networking, and career strategy. If you are a current or soon-to-be-graduating student-athlete, professional athlete soon to retire from your playing career, graduate assistant and/or team manager, etc. who aspires to coach, then Catch a Vision is for you! Together we will MOVE the NUMBERS to support and increase women in coaching!

NEW! Catch a Vision: Aspiring Women Coaches Workshop

December 11 | Catch a Vision: Aspiring Women Coaches Workshop (Open to members and non-members)

Sunday, December 11
5:00 – 7:00pm ET / 2:00 – 4:00pm PT


FREE virtual event! WeCOACH Community, start now to help us recruit aspiring women coaches to participate!

Description: Looking for tips on how to secure that first coaching job? Want to build your network and learn from other new and veteran coaches currently in the profession? Join other aspiring women coaches from around the country to learn from current coaches working in all sports and levels. This workshop will help you Catch a Vision for your coaching career and set you on the path toward landing your first coaching job.

Featured Coaching Panel:
·    JoAnne Ferguson, Head Softball Coach at Pomona-Pitzer Colleges
·    Nicole Lukic, Head Coach of Minnesota Aurora (USL W League)
·    Ana Rios, Head Cross Country & Head Girls Track Coach at Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School
·    Sue Semrau, Former Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Florida State University (retired)
·    Nickie Sanlin, Head Men’s & Women’s Volleyball Coach at McKendree University
·    Helen Williams, CEO of HMW Sports Consulting LLC (former DI, II & III basketball coach)