Felicia Hall Allen continues to lend her voice and passion to helping others succeed.
University of Notre Dame associate head coach Carol Owens was named the 2014 A Step Up Assistant Coach of the Year, presented by Felicia Hall Allen & Associates.
Over the last 20 years Felicia Hall Allen has dedicated her life to enhancing the game that provided her the opportunity to pursue her dreams.
Felicia Hall Allen & Associates congratulates the 12 recipients of the UPLIFT Registration Scholarship sponsored by the NCAA
Since 2010, Felicia Hall Allen & Associates has provided a platform for college basketball coaches to share their experiences and insight on what it takes to be one of the best in the business
Some of the Best in the Set to Business Share Coaching Insights CHARLOTTE, N.C. (March 4, 2014) – Felicia Hall Allen & Associates announced the speakers roster for their Assistant Basketball Coaches Symposium, A Step Up (Athletic Symposium to Elevate & Uplift Professionals).The Symposium, to be conducted May 2 – 4, in Fort Lauderdale andContinue reading “WBB Speakers Announced For A Step Up: Fort Lauderdale”
Symposium participants chose South Florida as their top destination for the three-day event, now in its’ fifth year, after also considering Las Vegas and Charlotte, N.C., who hosted the 2013 event.
– Hundreds of collegiate men’s and women’s basketball coaches from Division I, Division II and Division III will gather in Charlotte this weekend for the fourth annual A STEP UP professional development symposium hosted by Felicia Hall Allen & Associates. A Step Up, specifically designed for college basketball assistant coaches will take place at theContinue reading “Basketball coaches ready to take A Step Up in Charlotte”
Indianapolis, IN – Felicia Hall Allen, CEO of Felicia Hall Allen & Associates, will conduct a professional development training session with collegiate athletic administrators at the 2012 NCAA Student-Athlete Affairs Education and Training Symposium (ETS) for Life Skills Professionals. Her message will offer symposium participants best practices as it relates to leading student-athletes and buildingContinue reading “FHA to Address Athletic Administrators at NCAA Symposium”