Lyndsay Watts

Lyndsay Watts, Assistant Athletic Director for Enid Public Schools, has been invited to speak at the 54th National Athletic Directors Conference (NADC) this Sunday in Orlando, FL.

A prestigious event sponsored by the National Federation of State High School Associations and the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association, the NADC stands as the foremost conference offering an exceptional educational in-service program for interscholastic athletic administrators.

Watts' selection as a speaker is a testament to her contributions to the field of athletic administration, as recognized by her impactful presentation at the Oklahoma Athletic Directors Conference earlier this summer. Her session, titled "Onboarding New Coaches”, aligns perfectly with the NADC's commitment to providing a first-class educational experience for attendees.

"We are thrilled that Lyndsay Watts will be representing our school and our district at the National Athletic Directors Conference," said Craig Liddell, Enid High School Principal. "This conference serves as a hub for the nation's top athletic administrators, and Lyndsay's inclusion as a speaker underscores her commitment to excellence in our athletic programs."

The NADC distinguishes itself by showcasing professional speakers and hosting an exhibit show with over 300 booth spaces, facilitating the exchange of knowledge and expertise among seasoned athletic administrators. Watts, having been paired with Dena Scott from Fort Bend ISD, will jointly present insights and best practices for athletic program management during the conference.

The NADC, with its comprehensive educational program and renowned speakers, serves as a vital forum for networking and professional development within the realm of interscholastic athletic administration.