Part 2 of Reed-Francois Interview on 1.Question

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In Part 2 of her interview, Virginia Tech Executive Associate AD Desiree Reed-Francois breaks down the anatomy of effectively announcing a high-level coaching hire, and offers suggestions as to who should be involved in the process.

Desiree Reed-Francois | Executive Associate Athletic Director & SWA | Virginia Tech (Part 2)

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Past Episodes:

Desiree Reed-Francois | Executive Associate Athletic Director & SWA | Virginia Tech (Part 1)

Graham Neff | Deputy Athletic Director | Clemson University

Ayo Taylor-Dixon | Senior Associate AD/External | University of Northern Colorado

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