Alliance of Women Coaches
A former collegiate athlete, NCAA Division I assistant basketball coach and athletic administrator, Kahn brings a vast perspective to the Alliance of Women Coaches. She assumed the role of Executive Director on August 1, 2016. In her first two years, she has spearheaded the first-ever annual giving campaign, secured several sponsors and strategic partnerships, and developed new programming and resources for female coaches. Prior to becoming executive director, she served in several capacities for the Alliance since 2012.
In 2013, Megan founded her own collegiate consulting company, KAHNSULTING. She served as the 2015 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Final Four assistant tournament manager, overseeing game operations in Tampa, and will manage game operations for the upcoming 2019 NCAA Women’s Final Four. Kahn spent four years at the Atlantic 10 Conference office (Associate Commissioner/Assistant Commissioner) where she oversaw men’s and women’s basketball, strategic planning, and branding efforts. She was the director of the 2010 and 2011 A-10 Men’s Basketball Championship before managing all facets of the Conference’s women’s basketball operations during the 2011-12 season. Prior to the Atlantic 10, Megan worked at the Atlantic Coast Conference office.
Kahn got her start in the collegiate ranks as an assistant women’s basketball coach at the NCAA Division I level before deciding to pursue administration as an intern for the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA), now known as Women Leaders in College Sports. Megan is a graduate from the NCAA Women Coaches Academy (2004), NACWAA/HERS (2006), and the Sports Management Institute (2011-12). She holds a master’s degree in sports management and is also a certified Health Coach and aromatherapist.