Georgetown University
2201 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC, 20007
Aug 21, 2021
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Video transcript

- Greetings, I'm Daniel Kelly. Coming to you from the LG Digital Studio at Georgetown University, School of Continuing Studies. In focus today, careers in college athletics. I'm joined by Chevonne Mansfield, the director of communications for LEAD1. Welcome, Chevonne. - Hey Daniel, thanks for having me today. - Alright, great. Why did you choose a career in college athletics? - Starting out as a student I kind of just fell into it. I was trying to figure out what I wanted to do as a career. So I was a work-study student at St. John's University in New York, and there was an opening in athletics, and I thought oh, well let me just go here and get some work experience. At first it was supposed to be just a paycheck, and I fell in love with the atmosphere of college athletics. The traditions, it's being close to student athletes. Around that time in the early 2000's St. Johns was going deep in the NCAA tournament, '99, 2000 with like Ron Artest, Lavor Postell, and Erick Barkley. So I just love the atmosphere and tradition of college athletics, and once I got my firsthand experience as a student, an undergraduate student, I knew I was hooked. - In your career path, you've worked for great organizations like the Southwestern Athletic Conference, the Southeastern Conference, the American Athletic Conference, and then now LEAD1. Your career trajectory, how do you feel, was that on purpose? - It was, and I started out on campuses first. I went to graduate after St.