Co-Founder and COO
Joyce Anderson has extensive experience working with high school student athletes, college coaches and the NCAA and NAIA eligibility centers. She is the College Bound Student Athlete Advisor at Evanston Township High School just north of Chicago. In that capacity, she has advised over 1,000 high school student athletes on academic eligibility and recruiting. She also served on the NCAA Eligibility Center High School Advisory Board and as President of the Board of Directors for Girls Play Sports, a non-profit dedicated to fostering leadership skills and confidence in girls through the participation in multiple sports. Previously, she practiced litigation at Sidley Austin in Chicago. Joyce was a two time Captain of the Columbia University Women’s Tennis team, where she competed for four years and earned All-Ivy honors. She holds a B.A. from Columbia University and a J.D. from the University of Wisconsin Law School.
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