In conjunction with our partners at D1.ticker, Turnkey Search is pleased to present “1.Question”, an audio feature in D1.ticker’s daily email newsletter. “1.Question” features brief interviews with high level collegiate athletic administrators.
Contributing 1.Q host Tai Brown starts his conversation with Northern Iowa AD David Harris with an interesting question: “How much did you stick to your original first 90-day plan once you actually began as a new AD?” Listen as Harris shares his thoughts on the need for flexibility, meeting as many key donors as possible, and doing a lot of listening. Harris also shares his “non-negotiables”, which he suggests new ADs execute quickly when beginning a new tenure. Key advice includes focusing on faces: “The one thing you can’t delay is the people part, the relationships.”
David Harris | Director of Athletics | University of Northern Iowa
Scott Wetherbee | Vice President & Director of Athletics | Eastern Michigan University
Chrissi Rawak | Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Services | The University of Delaware
Anton Goff | Director of Athletics | St. John’s University
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