SPWC Moderator: Tiffany Aidoo, Laureus Sport for Good Foundation

Tiffany Aidoo, Laureus Sport for Good Foundation, New Orleans

Tiffany will be moderating Panel 1: Charting Your Course at the Sports Philanthropy World Congress on August 9, 2019 in Chicago.

Tiffany Aidoo (A- do) is a former standout collegiate athlete who graduated from Tulane University where she earned a full athletic scholarship as a member of the basketball team. Later, she earned her Masters of Liberal Arts where she had opportunity to work closely with Tulane Athletics and the Final Four Committee during the women and men’s championship games. 

Formerly, 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 has experience working within nonprofits, with professional teams and various local and national stakeholders.  Now she’s the New Orleans Program Officer for Laureus Sport for Good Foundation USA, which is part of a global network propelling the power of sport to address critical social justice issues and as a tool for youth development.  

With a lifetime of experience as a high-level performing athlete and nearly a decade in advocacy, service and now in philanthropy, her mission is to advocate for athletes and the power of sport. 

Roy Kessel

Roy Kessel

Roy Kessel is the Founder of the Sports Philanthropy Network. Roy has worked in the sports business world for over 20 years including serving as an instructor in Northwestern University's graduate Sports Management Program. Having served as a sports lawyer representing athletes, entrepreneurs and start-up businesses, Roy has extensive experience helping organizations improve their strategy, marketing, communications and leadership development.
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