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Helping Student-Athletes Build Their Brands With Pitt’s Capel

Pitt Head Men's Basketball Coach Jeff Capel sits down with INFLCR Founder & CEO Jim Cavale to discuss brand building for student-athletes, the impacts of branding and social media on recruiting, the changes NIL will bring and much more.

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Leveraging The Past For Future Success with Loyola Marymount’s Pintens

Loyola Marymount Athletic Director Craig Pintens sits down to discuss honoring the past while having a forward-thinking mindset, emphasizing that philosophy to your coaches and staff, evaluating that change and easing the concerns of change so LMU staff can operate at a high level.

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Leveraging Data To Grow The Bottom Line: UC Davis’ Blue and Saint Joseph’s Bodensteiner

UC Davis Director of Athletics Kevin Blue and Saint Joseph's Director of Athletics Jill Bodensteiner sit down to discuss the prevalence of data in college athletics, how data is impacting decision-making, evaluating technology, the trend towards hiring analytical staff and more.

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Successful Sport Administration: North Carolina Central’s Wicker McCree & Texas A&M’s Brown

North Carolina Central Athletic Director Ingrid Wicker McCree and Texas A&M Deputy Athletics Director for Student-Athlete Experience/SWA Kristen Brown discuss their philosophies on sport administration, access and advocacy, critical skills for the role, notifying coaches of complaints and more.

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Self-Awareness As A Leader: Florida’s Jeremy Foley

Florida AD Emeritus Jeremy Foley discusses his growth, from early in his leadership tenure, to care about investing in people. Foley recalls a conversation with a booster that caused him to reflect on his leadership style, realize he needed to change and how he grew as a leader. 

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Why ADs Must Embrace NIL: North Carolina’s Bubba Cunningham

North Carolina Athletic Director Bubba Cunningham sits down with INFLCR Founder & CEO Jim Cavale to discuss the decision to partner with INFLCR, maximizing student-athlete potential, how Name, Image and Likeness should look, how it will impact recruiting and the decision-making related to NIL.

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Name, Image, & Likeness With Penn State’s Chambers

Penn State Head Men's Basketball Coach Patrick Chambers sits down with INFLCR Founder & CEO Jim Cavale to discuss joining the INFLCR family and the NIL suite, how recruiting has been impacted by social media and how it will be impacted by NIL, the Penn State brand and more.

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Name, Image, & Likeness With North Carolina’s May

North Carolina Director of Men's Basketball Operations Sean May sits down with INFLCR Founder & CEO Jim Cavale to discuss the Tar Heels adding INFLCR's NIL Suite, advocating for current student-athletes, the "Carolina Effect," support from administration in preparing for the NIL era and more.

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Name, Image, & Likeness With Oklahoma State’s Gundy

Oklahoma State Head Football Coach Mike Gundy sits down with INFLCR Founder & CEO Jim Cavale to discuss why the Cowboys are adding INFLCR's NIL suite, principles for social media, how social media and NIL impact recruiting and more.

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Introspective Leadership With Villanova’s Mark Jackson

Self-discovery and introspection is the topic of this video featuring Mark Jackson, Director of Athletics at Villanova. Jackson reviews the questions administrators should ask themselves as they work on self-awareness, as well as personal and professional growth.

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Hiring And Evaluating Talent: Florida State’s Fuchs and Northwestern’s Blais

Florida State Senior Associate AD/SWA Vanessa Fuchs and Northwestern Deputy AD/SWA Janna Blais discuss fit and culture's impact on the hiring process, finding a candidate who is bought into the department's culture, evaluating a hire, employee retention and much more.

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Leading With Purpose: Penn State’s Barbour

Penn State Athletic Director Sandy Barbour sits down with AthleticDirectorU to discuss the purpose and "why" for leading and working in college athletics. Barbour also touches on helping people find their "why" and defining the organization's "why".