Gloria Nevarez - Commissioner of the West Coast Conference - on how the conference is integrating esports across all schools and the possibility of making it a varsity sport in the near future. With the rising popularity of esports around the world, there's an opportunity to capture the attention of new fans that wouldn't ordinarily be watching college sports. Listen to the full episode from March here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/gloria-nevarez-west-coast-conference/id1544529117?i=1000512382754
In 2018, Gloria Nevarez was hired as the commissioner of the NCAA's West Coast Conference. On Episode #60, Jed and Gloria discuss both past and current issues and advancements across her conference and the NCAA. As the first Latin American woman to become a Division I commissioner, Nevarez is an integral leader in college athletics and is a member of many committees responsible for shaping NCAA policy. Under Nevarez’ leadership, the WCC became the first Division I conference to adopt a diversity hiring initiative, the groundbreaking “Russell Rule”. She has been tasked with redefining NCAA, as she is a member of the NCAA Constitution Committee.
John Canzano talks with Josh Newman of the Salt Lake Tribune to talk about Utah football, Pac-12, Utah Jazz and more. West Coast Conference commissioner, Gloria Nevarez joins the program in the one-o-clock hour to give us the latest on the WCC and share some stories from her past. We also play The Big Splash, The Culligan Water Cooler Report, Punch It! Audio, and more.Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content.Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
John Canzano talks with West Coast Conference commissioner, Gloria Nevarez. Canzano asks Nevarez who fostered the joy of sports in her life, how her playing career helped her in becoming a conference commissioner, what it was like being a part of the UMass basketball program during the time John Calipari was coaching the men's team, her experience getting her law degree at Cal, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content.Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
West Coast Conference Commissioner, Gloria Nevarez, joins the show to discuss the current state of college athletics and shares her thoughts on NIL, the one-time transfer rule, and why conferences and athletic departments tend to lag when it comes to racial and gender diversity. Under Gloria's leadership, the WCC recently created the "Russell Rule," named after the legendary conference alum Bill Russell. The rule attempts to increase diversity by requiring athletic departments to include a member of a traditionally underrepresented community in the final hiring pool for all significant job searches including athletic director, senior administrator, head coach, and full-time assistant. Details 1:25 - Current State of the WCC 3:00 - Esports 9:00 - One-Time Transfer Rule 16:40 - NIL 22:25 - The Russell Rule 33:35 - The PAC-12 Commissioner Opening 37:25 - Rapid Fire Questions Click Here to learn more about Dr. Rick Hodes Medical Programs and help raise money for spinal surgeries for children in Ethiopia.
On Episode #3 Van, sits down with Gloria Nevarez. Gloria is currently the Commissioner of the West Coast Conference. Nevarez is the first Latin-American to become a Commissioner of an NCAA Division I Conference. Prior to her duties as Commissioner, Nevarez served as a senior level administrator at the Pac-12 Conference, University of Oklahoma, West Coast Conference, University of California, Berkeley, and San Jose State University. __ Winners Win, Leaders Lead, was started by Coach Van Malone. He talks to leaders in coaching, athletic departments, business leaders and CEOs. In his over 20 years of coaching, he's been around some of the greatest leaders in his field and had the opportunity to coach thousands of young men and women himself. And now he wants to share that leadership knowledge with you!
Ep 24 - WCC - We Create Champions - with Gloria Nevarez
In this episode, we have the huge pleasure of speaking with Gloria Nevarez, Commissioner of West Coast Conference, and our own advisor Jeremy Howell. After the recent rebranding of WCC and the introduction of the Russell Rule, we dive into the process of creating a brand and identity that represents WCC in all their verticals. We also talk more about the importance of equality and the integration of the Russell Rule. P.S. Make sure to sign up for the SportIn Global Summit happening on August 26th. www.sportinglobal.com/summit #sports #westcoast #startup
WCC Commissioner Gloria Nevarez discusses delay to fall sports + plans for basketball season
The West Coast Conference announced a delay in the start of fall sports in the conference. September 24th is the targeted return date. Commissioner of the West Coast Conference Gloria Nevarez joined Mitch Harper on the Cougar Tracks Podcast to discuss the decision to delay fall sports and the plans for basketball coming up later this year. Subscribe to the Cougar Tracks Podcast! Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-tracks/id1146971609 Google Play: https://kslsports.com/category/podcast_results/?sid=2035&n=Cougar%20Tracks Download the KSL Sports app Google: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bonneville.kslsports&hl=en_USSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
MLBPA voting today; A noose left in Bubba Wallace's stall; Gloria Nevarez joins us
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The MLBPA will vote later today on MLB's latest proposal for a 60 game season. We discuss the heinous act by someone in NASCAR who left a noose in Bubba Wallace's stall before the scheduled race at Talladega. The commissioner of the West Coast Conference, Gloria Nevarez, joins us to talk about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected and will affect sports in smaller college conferences
On today’s episode of the Women Leaders Podcast, Patti is joined by commissioner of the West Coast Conference Gloria Nevarez. Gloria has a great story, with broad experiences. After earning her JD and starting her athletics career in compliance at San Jose State, she went on to other schools where she added “legal” and professor to her titles, before pivoting from campus work to a conference office. She also moved from a basketball conference to a large and successful Power 5 football university, just 1 of the many non-traditional and hard-to-make transitions she has navigated so successfully in her career. Listen in to learn the importance of national committee work “not dialing it in” and the importance in giving 100% to your current job and committing to leaving it better than you found it. She gives so many tips, and she NUMBERS them, so be ready to soak it up! Enjoy, and remember, We Are Women Leaders! Head to womenleadersincollegesports.org for more about us and to become a member! Follow us at fb.com/WomenLeadersCS, and on Twitter and Instagram @WomenLeadersCS.