Sports, Race & Society Lecture

12feb7:30 pm8:30 pmSports, Race & Society LectureFeaturing Swin Cash, Allison Feaster & Nyaka Niilampti '97

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The Sports, Race and Society Lecture returns to campus Monday, February 12th and will feature a panel conversation with three former athletes and accomplished professional sports executives Swin Cash (VP of Basketball Operations & Team Development, New Orleans Pelicans), Allison Feaster (VP of Team Operations & Organizational Growth, Boston Celtics), and Nyaka NiiLampti ’97 (VP of Wellness and Clinical Services for the NFL). They will be joined by Ford Family Director of Athletics John Mack ’00 to discuss their individual journeys to distinguished leadership roles within two of the most prominent professional sports leagues in the world, and the positive impact they are working to make in their respective communities.

The lecture, co-sponsored by the Department for African American Studies and Department of Athletics at Princeton University, will be hosted in McCosh Hall, Room 50 starting at 7:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public. Please RSVP below.

The Sports, Race and Society Lecture, made possible by the Stephen C. Mills ’81 Fund, aims to bring accomplished speakers to campus to explore the implications and possibilities of uniting sport with the American experiment, the obligation that executives in the governance of sport ought to fulfill to athletes and communities, and the impact of athletes as citizens and influential community members.


February 12, 2024 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm(GMT-04:00)


McCosh Hall, Room 50

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