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NFHCA Coaches Corner: Coaching in the NIL Era with Michelle Meyer
September 20, 2021, 6:00 pm — 7:00 pm EDT
Name, Image Likeness (NIL) reform is predicted to be the biggest fundamental change in collegiate sports since Title IX. As we move into this new era, education is more important than ever. While NIL at face value seems simple enough, there are complexities under the surface that coaches need to be aware of to keep their athletes safe, eligible, and in the best position to successfully navigate their new NIL rights.
This workshop looks at NIL from a high level to help coaches understand the general landscape, then dives into emerging trends we’ve seen since July 1, and finally, makes projections for what the first year might look like for coaches, their athletes, and their team.
- Registration Restrictions: 2021-2022 NFHCA members only
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- Recorded: Yes
- Recording will be made available to NFHCA members following the webinar on the Archived Recordings page
Founder, NIL Network
Michelle Meyer played collegiate volleyball at UC Santa Barbara. She graduated in 2009 with a degree in Psychology and a double minor in Sport Management and Athletic Coaching. After a brief professional volleyball career in Denmark, Michelle coached the beach volleyball team at the University of Hawaii (2012-2015), indoor volleyball at Pepperdine (2015), and then ran the national high-performance program for USA Beach Volleyball from 2015-2018. When California passed SB206 in the fall of 2019, Michelle extensively studied the changes and the potential impact they would have on college sports. A year later, she founded NIL Network to provide a resource for athletes, coaches, and administrators to navigate these changes successfully.
About NIL Network
NIL Network is a platform that delivers timely content, guidance, and resources to athletes, coaches, and administrators to successfully transition to this new NIL era of collegiate sports.