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ETSU volleyball coach Lindsey Devine to speak in ‘Women on Wednesdays’ series

From Staff Reports

East Tennessee State University women’s volleyball coach Lindsey Devine will speak on “Power of Passion – Pillars of Success” in the “Women on Wednesdays” lecture series on April 5.

This free public event, sponsored by the ETSU Women’s Studies Program, will take place from noon to 1 p.m. in the presentation room of the Multicultural Center, located on the second level of the D.P. Culp University Center.  A light lunch will be provided.

In her talk, Devine will address ways to balance life as a woman, a mother, a student and a professional. She will reveal the key ingredients necessary to achieve success and find a way to inspire, mentor and lead.

Devine, originally from Toronto, Canada, has been the ETSU volleyball team head coach for 15 seasons and has recorded the most victories as a coach in the history of the ETSU volleyball program. She also has two silver medals from the World Championships in Thailand and Peru while functioning as the assistant coach to the USA Youth National team.

Devine’s talk is the final event of the spring semester in the ongoing “Women on Wednesdays” series, which is designed to raise awareness about the research, scholarship and community engagement that women at ETSU are doing; to provide a venue where women on campus and in the community can discuss and support each other’s work; and to give students an opportunity to meet faculty who could become mentors for their studies.

For more information, call Dr. Phyllis Thompson, director of ETSU Women’s Studies, at 439-4125. For disability accommodations, call the ETSU Office of Disability Services at 439-8346.