RIVERSIDE, Calif. – University of California, Riverside Director of Athletics, Tamica Smith Jones, announced today the retention of Ventura Partners, a leading executive search and talent management agency with a diverse range of consulting and intelligence services, to lead the search for its next Women’s Basketball head coach.
After serving as the youngest Division I head coach in the nation at Virginia Commonwealth University Susan Walvius went on to coach the women’s basketball team at the University of South Carolina for more than a decade. She co-founded SHEEX and brought her keen eye and competitive spirit to the realm of performance bedding.
Rutgers athletics announced a partnership with Ventura Partners on Monday to aid in the search for the next head coach of the football program. From the press release: “We are excited to be working with Ventura Partners,” said Hobbs. “They provide a unique range of services, including talent acquisition and development.
NCAA’s Power 5 schools see steep raise in pay for non-revenue coachesCLOSE When Debbie Yow took the job as North Carolina State’s athletics director in 2010, the challenges weren’t limited to football and men’s basketball, both of which had been languishing at the bottom of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Executive search firm Ventura Partners has recruited top executives for two portfolio companies owned by private equity firm Equity38. John Hutchison becomes president of TRX, a leader in functional training equipment, education and technology, and Clay Sanger steps into the chief executive officer role for Superfood Holdings, which is in the plant-based, clean food restaurant space.
IRVINE, Calif., July 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The combined company of Beaming Wellness and Project Juice, now operating under the umbrella of Superfood…