CYSA Roundtable: That Really Happened?

CYSA Roundtable: That Really Happened?


Crazy things happen all the time in youth sports programs – some positive and humorous and others incredibly disturbing and frightening.

During this year’s Youth Sports Congress, set for Nov. 18-21 in New Orleans, attendees will get the chance to hear from Certified Youth Sports Administrators about the good, the bad and the truly horrific that have occurred in their programs, and how they handled those situations.

The session – CYSA Roundtable: That Really Happened? – will take place on Saturday, Nov. 21, from 8:30 to 10 a.m. Attendees will learn how to:

  • Identify policies and procedures that can be implemented to reduce conflicts in youth sports
  • Discuss scenarios that can happen in any program at any time
  • Summarize the role of the CYSA as the leader in the community

The session will be led by Lisa Licata, director of Professional Youth Sports Administration at the National Alliance for Youth Sports; and also feature CYSA Leadership Committee members sharing valuable insight.

The other session on tap that day is Taking Your Program to the Next Level with NAYS, which will be presented by John Engh, chief operating officer of NAYS.

This session, which concludes the Congress, will provide attendees with the most up-to-date resources available to train, screen and hold everyone associated with their program accountable by utilizing proven NAYS tools and programs.

Along with these two Saturday sessions, Youth Sports Congress attendees also have access to several of the great Athletic Business Conference events, including the keynote sessions, welcome reception and the Expo.

Learn more about the Youth Sports Congress or register today!

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