AthleticLink.com - Athletic Jobs, Sports Jobs, Resume Postings.
AthleticLink.com provides the following on-line services: job announcements, resume posting, competition date scheduling and events schedules.
AthleticLink.com Founder, CEO and President
AthleticLink.com Founder, CEO and President, Sandra L. Vivas has an extensive athletic background, having participated in sports throughout her high school and college careers.
She was business manager of Women's Sports Magazine and from 1983 - 2000 was executive director of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA).
She is currently co-chair of the Women's Sports Foundation and chair of the Advocacy Committee.
AthleticLink.com Development Team
Joey Vrazel was responsible for content development of the web site. Prior to her time with AthleticLink.com, Vrazel was the head volleyball coach at Purdue from 1995-99. and served as an assistant coach for four years at California State University, Fresno, and as an assistant coach at the University of Washington from 1984-88.
Vrazel had extensive experience in the sport of volleyball, playing at the collegiate, national and international levels. She was a member of the Collegiate National Championship team at Utah State (1978), represented the United States at the World Championships (1981, Tokyo), participated in the World University Games (1981, Bucharest, Romania) and the Goodwill Games (1991, Seattle and Spokane). She was a member of the USA National Volleyball Team during the 1981-82 season and again from 1989-91. Vrazel was chosen the 1988 National MVP and earned the 1989 USA Volleyball Players Award. During her career she played on three United States Volleyball Association National Championship Teams. Vrazel also played professional volleyball from 1987-88, when she was named to the League All-Star team as a member of the New York Liberties team.
Tracy Zink served as Marketing Director for AthleticLink.com and was primarily responsible for design development and testing of the site. Her volleyball career at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) and helped the Seawolves reach national recognition.
Zink served as an assistant volleyball coach at UAA for four seasons before traveling south to serve in the same capacity for West Texas A&M University (WTAMU) for two seasons. Arriving at the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) in 1997, Zink had responsibilities in membership, database management, sponsor and advertising relations, office administration, accounting, sports information and contract negotiations.
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