The 2018 Intramural Sports Institute will feature keynote speaker…

By | 2018-04-23T09:54:08+00:00 March 30, 2018|Categories: Intramural Institute, Professional Development|Tags: , , , |

The 2018 NIRSA Intramural Sports Institute Committee is excited to announce that Randy Fox will be the keynote speaker at this year’s institute in Brookfield, Wisconsin, June 20-22!

Randy has twenty-years of experience as a corporate leader and is an accomplished NCAA Basketball Official. His wealth of knowledge and big-game experience gives him a unique perspective on effective leadership and teamwork.

“I’ve had the opportunity to see Randy speak and he always brings the energy. He has a love and passion a for the game of basketball, but more importantly for making those who cross his path better people,” says Victoria Landron, Coordinator of Competitive Sports, Division of Recreational Sports, University of Wisconsin-Madison and member of the 2018 Intramural Sports Institute Committee.

Drawing from his unique background, Randy delivers high-energy presentations that engage attendees to transform their professional and personal lives. His leadership expertise emphasizes interpersonal value systems and productivity, believing that from one the other naturally follows. “Attendees will have a lot to take away from his keynote,” adds Victoria.

Apart from being a professional speaker, Randy is the author of several noteworthy leadership and teamwork books and has many high-profile TV and radio appearances to his credit.

Register soon

Don’t miss this opportunity to get inspired! The 2018 NIRSA Intramural Sports Institute, is the best place to learn more about the intramural profession and to hone your skills. Register today to secure your spot; early bird registration discounts end May 9!

Attendees have the opportunity to earn up to 0.7 CEUs which can be applied toward your initial or renewal application for membership in the NIRSA Professional Registry.

  • For more information, please contact NIRSA Assistant Director of Professional Development Brittany Rejda.