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Associate Director of Recreational Services
Georgia State University in Atlanta
Director of Athletics
Health Physical Education Instructor and Head Women's Basketball Coach
Ferguson High School
Florida State University
Georgia State University
South Georgia Online
AMERICUS -- Shirley Green-Reese, formally of Americus, has accomplished many titles in her career.She is the associate director of Recreational Services and Sponsors Program at the Department of Recreational Services at Georgia State University in Atlanta.Her main task, at present, is to market and sponsor program revenues for the new recreational facility that is presently being built at Georgia State University.The facility, which will open in June 2001, is for the faculty, students and staff members.Organization and consistence has always been a guiding force in my personal and professional life, said Green-Reese.Green-Reese is the former interim director of athletics at Albany State University.She also served as the associate director of Athletics ; Senior Women's Athletic Administrator ; and NCAA/National Youth Sports Program as project administrator and activity director.She was an associate professor of health, physical education and recreation.I will be working with the African-American Department and the Enter City Games at Georgia State University, said Green-Reese.Additionally, she served on several state and national committees including ; the NCAA Council ; the NCAA Management Council ; the NCAA Post Graduate Scholarship Committee ; the NCAA National Youth Sports Program Committee ; the NCAA Walter Byers Scholarship Committee ; the NCAA South Regional Women's Basketball Championship Committee ; the NCAA Championship Project Task Team Committee ; the NCAA Division II Cast Containment Committee ; the NCAA Division II Sub-Committee on Eligibility Appeals ; the NCAA Division II Sub-Committee on Provisional Membership ; the NCAA Minority Opportunities and Interest Committee ; NCAA/NYSP State (Georgia) Coordinator ; the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) Fund-raising Committee ; the SIAC five Year Strategy Planning Committee ; the Georgia State Games Commission ; and the National Athletic Committee.She was the only black female serving on the NCAA Council of about 15 members from all parts of the nation.Green-Reese attended Savannah State University for four years.There she received her bachelor of science degree in health, physical education and recreation.After graduating she came home to Americus and worked for Reese Park Middle School for about four months, before relocating to New Port News, Va. While in Virginia, she was hired as a health physical education instructor and head women's basketball coach at Ferguson High School.She said she did not come from a big athletic family.As a child, I played very little basketball.I was a cheerleader and a member of the late Thelma Barnum Famous Dance Group, said Green-Reese.She received her Ph.D from Florida State University.She served as the chairman for the Honorable George Hooks Celebration Committee 2000 which was held recently in Americus.I do intend on another Hooks celebration, at a time when he least expects it from the community, said Green-Reese.She is the daughter of Bernice Green of Americus and the late David Green Sr.Street address1612 Vienna RoadAmericus, GA 31709Mailing addressP.O. Box 1247
The Albany Herald - Editorial Archives
NCAA REDUCES PENALTIES IN ALABAMA A&M INFRACTIONS CASE
The members of the Division II Steering Committee who heard this case were Robert T. Becker, Saginaw Valley State University; C. Donald Cook, Sacred Heart University; Timothy J. Dillon, University of Alaska, Anchorage; Lynn L. Dorn, North Dakota State University (chair); David O'Toole, Bellarmine College; Shirley Green Reese, Albany State University; Barbara Schroeder, Regis University; and Wil B. Shaw, Morehouse College.
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