Tiffany Aidoo has a lifetime of experience as a high-level performing athlete and nearly a decade in advocating that sport is a catalyst for social change. Prior to joining Laureus, she worked in Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s office with the NOLA FOR LIFE program, which was Landrieu’s comprehensive murder reduction strategy. She successfully led the Midnight Basketball and Mentoring programs. In addition, she also has experience working within collegiate athletics, nonprofits, and various types of local and national stakeholders. Her passion for sports as a tool for social change transpired through her journey as a student-athlete and professional experience.
Tiffany has a MA and BA in communication from Tulane University, where she also received a full athletic and graduate assistant scholarship. She is also a certified National Academy of Sport Medicine (NASM) personal trainer and teaches TRX suspension training classes.
Throughout his career, James has been a tenured professor, a nonprofit executive, and an organizational consultant.View more
Fatima Alabdullah has five years of experience in supporting underserved populations through accounting and financial management.View more
Julia M Lankford has over 14 years of nonprofit management experience, and has been the recipient of numerous community service awards.View more
Rachelle Boyer has extensive experience building successful partnerships between corporates, government organizations, and community organizations.View more
Jamie Schmill has a decade of experience in higher education and nonprofit management.View more
Stewart Young has built and managed youth development programs for the last 25 years across the globe.View more
Ben is an experienced coalition-builder, fundraiser, and facilitator in the field of Sports-Based Youth Development.View more
Pharlone has a decade of experience as an advocate for using sports as a catalyst for social change.View more
Peter Feldman has more than a decade of experience as an educator and sports-based youth development professional. He is humbled…View more