Kathleen Weber is a graduate of DePaul University and was an assistant coach for the women’s basketball program for six seasons. During her involvement from 1988 to 1997 with the Blue Demons, they were three time conference champions, made four NCAA tournament appearances advancing to the round of 32 two times, and made one WNIT appearance. Kathleen was an assistant coach for the University of Notre Dame women’s basketball program for the 1990-91 season in which the team signed a recruiting class ranked 5th in the country and earned their first post season bid in the WNIT. In 1997 Kathleen was named the head women’s basketball coach at the University of North Carolina at Asheville where she lead her team to the conference title game for the first time in the school’s Division I history. Kathleen led the Bulldog program for six seasons.
Kathleen played collegiate basketball from 1984 to 1988 at C.W. Post, Long Island University in Brookville, NY. She is the school’s third all-time leading scorer, the program’s all-time leader in assists (503) and steals (408). She currently holds eight school records. Kathleen was inducted into the Long Island University Basketball Hall of Fame in March of 2009.
“I am a former NCAA Division I collegiate basketball coach. During my years coaching, I had the honor and priviledge of working with and learning from tremendous influential leaders and team builders. I have taken these lessons and created a management and leadership system that creates individual ownership and accountability. When these programs are implemented appropriately within your organization, you will recruit, hire and train winners and your teams and business will experience unforeseen repeatable successes.”