June 28, 2018
CLEVELAND – The Minority Opportunities Athletic Association (MOAA) Executive Committee begins the second of their two-year term.
In February, the MOAA Board of Directors welcomed Kiki Barnes, athletics director at Dillard University; Jason Horn, director of athletics & recreation at Xavier University of Louisiana; Darryl Pope, director of athletics at Fort Valley State University; Shondell Reed, senior associate athletics director at the University of Washington; Curtis Spence, assistant athletics director at New York University, and Cheryl Wong, assistant commissioner for sport management and championships at the Pac-12 Conference.
Those members will join the Executive Committee made up of, President Peggy Davis, director of athletics at Virginia State University; Vice President China Jude, senior associate athletics director at the University of Wyoming; and At-Large Committee members Ed Scott, director of athletics at Morgan State University; and Carla Wilson, director of athletics at UMKC. MOAA Executive Director Stan Johnson, president of Stan Johnson & Associates also serves on the Executive Committee.
The following Board members will assist the Executive Committee for the 2018-19 year: Preston Beverly, assistant athletics director and assistant men's basketball coach, Richard Bland College; Renee Bostic, director of athletics and wellness, Notre Dame of Maryland University; Carlyle Carter, executive director and CEO of the California Community College Athletics Association; Dena Freeman-Patton, deputy athletics director, California State University, Bakersfield; Renae Myles, senior associate AD for internal operations, Winthrop University; TJ Shelton, assistant athletics director for sports administration at The Ohio State University; and Tim Wise, senior associate athletics director for facilities and event operations at the University of Miami.
About MOAA: MOAA promotes equitable employment opportunities for minorities in the athletics industry through the exchange of ideas, the creation of networking opportunities and the advocation of an increase in employment for minorities in athletics administration positions at all levels of the sports industry. The Association also promotes cultivating a sports environment that supports the values necessary to accept aspiring professionals from all walks of life. For more information on MOAA, please visit www.moaaweb.com. MOAA is partnered with the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), which is in its 53rd year. For more information on NACDA and the 17 professional associations that fall under its umbrella, please visit www.nacda.com.