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CLEVELAND - Virginia State Sports Information Director Robert Vogel has been selected for the Minority Opportunities Athletic Association's (MOAA) Professional Development Mentorship Program.vsu robert vogelVogel

“We are excited to provide another opportunity for our members to grow and learn from veteran and novice professionals alike,” stated Carla Wilson, the director of athletics at the University of Missouri Kansas City and Chair of the MOAA Education/Professional Development Committee. “We commend and congratulate the MOAA Mentorship Program class of 2017 for their commitment to expanding their network and knowledge of the industry.”

The goal of the MOAA Professional Development Mentorship Program is to act as a support system with the ability to bridge the gap between novice and experienced professionals, as well as developing professionals through a series of enriched learning opportunities. The program will kick off on June 11 at the 2017 MOAA Symposium.

Professional Development Mentorship Program Class of 2017:

Mentees Mentors
Angel Mason, Pomona-Pitzer Tim Duncan, Clayton State
Cory McCain, Eureka Mo Roberson, Concordia Irvine
Jose Munoz, Kansas Derek Cowherd, Ole Miss
Jamie Mitchell, Colgate Renee Bostic, Medgar Evers
Ariel Pesante, Hofstra Christian Spears, Pittsburgh
Derick Thornton, Niagara Rob Knox, Towson
Walter Brock, Cal Jim Sarra, Illinois at Springfield
Larry Haygood, St. Thomas Stephanie Davis, Miami (OH)
Phillip Miller, East Stroudsburg Paula Jackson, Hampton
Robert Vogel, Virginia State Carla Wilson, UMKC
Candice Johnson, UNC - Greensboro Darryl Conway, Michigan
Katherine Lawrence, Miami (OH) Darnell Smith, Central Oklahoma

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