In 2011, Jordin Williams headed to New Orleans for the NIRSA Annual Conference. What made the experience special wasn’t that it was her first conference—that was Louisville, KY in 2006—and it didn’t significantly alter the
When Mike Dominguez began officiating in grade school, he had no idea that many years later it would be his introduction to the world of collegiate recreation. He had already been a high school-level referee
David Davenport has a history of seizing opportunities. He is currently the Director of University Recreation and Chief Diversity Officer at Austin Peay State University, but he got his start in recreation as an intramural
When Kyle Urban started school at the University of California, Davis, he didn’t know that collegiate recreation was a profession, let alone foresee that he would one day end up with a career in it.
By Nazifa Islam
RJ Canning worked as a camp counselor during his summers off from high school, and it was actually one of his supervisors there who set him off on a path in collegiate recreation.