2014 Speakers
The 2014 Dr. Bob Frederick Sport Leadership Lecture Series is sponsored by the Sport Administration Program at Lewis-Clark State College.  Sport Administration is a co-curricular degree between the Business Division and the Education and Kinesiology Division.
Leadership: Are Men from Mars and Women from Venus? 
John Wong, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Sport Management, Washington State University
Personal Leadership: Serving Others
Jerry Krause, Ed.D., Director of Men's Basketball Operations, Gonzaga University
Leadership with a Balanced Lifestyle
Ken Briggs, Ed.D., Chair and Professor, Physical Education, School and Public Health, Central Washington University
Building a Successful Program
Bobbi Hazeltine, Head Women's Basketball Coach, Walla Walla Community College (WWCC)
Leadership in Intercollegiate Athletics
Al Williams, Director of Athletics, North Idaho College (NIC)
Current Concussion Guidelines and Updates
Kasee Hildenbrand, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Director of the Athletic Training Program, Washington State University
Impact of Trust
Bruce Brown, Director of Proactive Coaching
Leadership: What Really Matters
Brian Orr, Head Women's Basketball Coach, Lewis-Clark State College (ID)
The Importance of Professional Engagement
Jessica Shawley, Physical Education and Health Teacher, Moscow Middle School, Moscow, ID
Brand Development in Intercollegiate Athletics
Mike Marlow, Deputy Director of Athletics, Washington State University
Advancement in Intercollegiate Athletics
Chris Croft, Ed.D., Assistant Professor of Sport Management, University of Southern Mississippi
Aquatic Leadership Today
Nick Bacon, General Manager, Adcope Athletic Club, Lewiston, ID
Future of Collegiate Sports: As Much As We Know
Doug Fullerton, Commissioner, Big Sky Conference
Parks and Recreation: The "Big Bang Theory" to Leadership Success
Dwight Curtis, Ph.D., Parks and Recreation Director, City of Moscow, Moscow, ID
Managing an Interscholastic Athletic Program
Rory Weishaar, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Physical Education, School and Public Health, Central Washington University