The USCCE is excited to announce plans to host the 2022 Summit
in Spokane, Washington with in-person presentations.
The USCCE is looking forward to receiving a wide variety of program submissions, both academic AND non-academic, for the Summit. All Summit submissions will be peer-reviewed for quality, clarity and program fit. In developing your submission, we encourage you to consider the following information and to review the program submission guidelines.
The Summit audience includes members of the national and global coach education and coach development communities. They come from a variety of settings such as academic programs, multi-sport organizations, national governing bodies, and private industry and include students, academics, organizational leaders, consultants, and independent contractors.
The goal of the Summit is to highlight EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICAL information that coach educators and coach developers can use in practice immediately, that can inform further research to application work, and to provide an opportunity for coach educators and coach developers to network with their professional peers.
Before submitting, please be sure you have reviewed the program submission guidelines
Please direct submission questions to Summit@USCoachExcellence.org
Ani Chroni, PhD
Zac Crawford, MS
Hotel & Registration information will be posted at the end of January
The 2022 North American Coach Development Summit will be at the Centennial Hotel
in downtown Spokane, WA
Never been to Spokane, Washigton?
Spokane is a beautiful city located in eastern Washington state, easily accessible by the Spokane International Airport (GEG), just 7 miles from downtown. An easy scenic half-day drive from Seattle, Spokane is known as the "Inland Northwest" and is home to Gonzaga University and the Lilac Bloomsday 12K. Must see things in and around Spokane include visits to the Spokane Falls, Riverfront Park, Riblet Mansion and Arbor Crest Winery, and the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture.