Racism in Higher Education, NCAA Athletics, & NCAA Gymnastics Part 2

Since the release of my previous article “Racism in NCAA Gymnastics,” I received feedback from many current & former student-athletes, coaches on all levels, friends, family, and strangers. The majority of the responses have been supportive and positive, but there are always going to be detractors and negative responses when speaking out on something likeContinue reading “Racism in Higher Education, NCAA Athletics, & NCAA Gymnastics Part 2”

Racism in NCAA Gymnastics

I spent three years as an Assistant Gymnastics Coach at an NCAA Division I institution from 2016 to 2019. I was fresh out of college with my bachelor’s degree from an extremely diverse university and the youngest full-time NCAA Gymnastics coach in the Nation at 22 years old in 2016. I had joined this programContinue reading “Racism in NCAA Gymnastics”

How will Society Change Post-Pandemic?

We are living through a time in history that will change the world forever. The current Global Coronavirus Pandemic has forced everyone across the world to stay home. As we all know, many of us have had to shift to working and learning from home over the internet. Unfortunately some have lost their jobs dueContinue reading “How will Society Change Post-Pandemic?”

Liberty University Set to Open Next Week Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

I am no medical expert, but I do have a Master’s Degree in Higher Education Administration, so I am coming from a place of mastery on the subject of Higher Education when I speak on the following. In an interview Sunday evening with Richmond.com, President Jerry Falwell Jr. stated that up to 5,000+ students andContinue reading “Liberty University Set to Open Next Week Amid Coronavirus Pandemic”