WeCOACH Partners

NCAA
The Women Coaches Academy (WCA), hosted in partnership between WeCOACH and the NCAA since 2003, is a 4-day educational training open to NCAA coaches of all experience levels that offers non-sport-specific program management strategies, with a special focus on philosophy development and building your skills and knowledge about planning, communication, legal issues, ethics, hiring, supervising staff, conflict resolution, learning styles and achieving success. The next-level NCAA Academy 2.0 now falls within the NCAA partnership as of 2019.

adidas
In sport and in life, creators aren’t content on the sidelines. adidas women’s shoes and apparel are made for those who understand that rules can be negotiated; expectations, evolved. Reach for a new personal best in apparel made of specialized performance fabrics. Accentuate your personal style in sport-inspired sneakers for your day-to-day. Whether sport is your life or you’re an athleisure fashionista, women’s clothing and footwear from adidas exist to help you redefine what’s possible. 

Team Altemus
We are TeamAltemus. We are not financial advisors. We are unbiased experts. We educate, empower, and equip athletes to stay money positive. With a background in finance and sports, we are uniquely qualified to deliver unbiased insight for your next financial move. We empower athletes at all levels with information and tools so they can be victorious financially. 

Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport
The vision and pioneering spirit of Dorothy McNeill Tucker led to the establishment of the Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport at the University of Minnesota in 1993. The creation of an interdisciplinary research center—devoted solely to girls and women in sport—established standards of excellence with respect to scholarly inquiry, advocacy, graduate education, community outreach and public service. Housed in the College of Education and Human Development’s School of Kinesiology, the Tucker Center is devoted to sponsoring, promoting, and disseminating scholarly activity on how sport impacts the lives of girls and women.

Women’s Sports Foundation
Founded in 1974 by tennis legend, Billie Jean King, the Women’s Sports Foundation is dedicated to creating leaders by ensuring all girls access to sports.

 

WiSP Sports
WiSP Sports tells the stories of sportswomen across the world, promoting gender equality, diversity, fairness and access. WiSP Sports co-produces the WeCOACH Podcast on its global network of 3M listeners.

LGBT SportSafe
The LGBT SportSafe Inclusion Program was developed to create an infrastructure for athletic administrators, coaches, sports leaders and leagues to support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer inclusion. LGBT SportSafe practices are incorporated into WeCOACH in-person and digital programming.

InXAthlete
InXAthlete is an online employment platform built by student-athletes for student-athletes. It’s a tool, free for students, that connects student-athletes with employers who value the skills that athletes translate into the business world. Visit the WeCOACH customized page.

Hudl
Hudl is leveling the playing field for women in sports, both through the technology they create and important events, like BreakThrough Summit, co-created with WeCOACH. This free, digital summit for women in sports is raising the bar by celebrating, developing and inspiring women through online content, awards, peer engagement, and much more. Hudl offers basic, advanced and custom solutions designed to fit your team or organization at any level.  Learn more.

Marines
You don’t join the Marines.
You become one.

Ours is a noble path and demanding journey reserved for those with the willingness to engage and determination to defeat all mental, moral, and physical requirements to become Marines. In or out of uniform, it’s the fighting spirit found inside every Marine that drives them to victory. The United States Marine Corps recognizes the role of coaches, educators, mentors and parents who inspire that fighting spirit. Whether your interest lies in helping us identify high achieving students or inviting us to help you motivate students and steer them toward success, we would like to get to know you. Learn more.

The Fan Project
The Fan Project is a campaign that harnesses the power of fan data to illustrate the untapped business potential of women’s sports. We recognize the power that the fan’s voice holds in driving investment in women’s sports. We are dedicated to using that awesome power to help show the world that investing in women’s sports is more than the right thing to do—it’s a savvy business decision.

Return On Inclusion
Return On Inclusion™ (ROI) is a groundbreaking online learning platform for coaches, athletic administrators and athletic staff. ROI is a sport-specific diversity and inclusion education platform designed to develop inclusive leaders and foster a culture of belonging across social and cultural differences. The ROI Advisory Board includes national thought leaders in college athletics who have made significant contributions to fostering inclusive teams and programs.

Bakline
Producer of “The Future is Female Coaches” clothing collection!

Founded in 2008 by brothers Rob Schnabel and Matt Vosburgh, Bakline is a company that fuses art, sport and street culture into a distinctive Brooklyn based sportswear and lifestyle brand. Using high performance fabrics and bold graphics in it’s apparel, Bakline empowers it’s supporters by drawing inspiration from those chasing that runner’s high through a play hard and party harder attitude. 

Morgan Stanley
Morgan Stanley advises, originates, trades, manages and distributse capital for governments, institutions and individuals, and always with a standard of excellence. They help individuals reach their long-term financial goals and are committed to a corporate culture that is open and inclusive is fundamental to our role as a global leader constantly striving for excellence in all that they do.

Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA)
The WBCA is the professional association for coaches’ of women’s and girls’ basketball at all levels of the sport. The WBCA is committed to serving its members and helping to grow women’s basketball by providing educational programming, networking opportunities, information and news, legislative and rules updates, and acting as the collective voice of the membership to the NCAA and other governing bodies in the sport. WeCOACH partners with the WBCA for the annual “So You Want to be a Coach” program.