31 Oct 2013

Sports veteran Lori Williams joins Precise Advisory Group

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MIAMI, Oct. 31, 2013 – Precise Advisory Group, a business and legal strategy advisory group to the sports industry, has added sports veteran Lori Williams to its roster of advisors. Williams is a former NCAA executive who will support Precise Advisory’s work creating, executing, and providing strategic planning insight for innovative and effective sports programs and projects, as well as assisting sports entities to efficiently manage day-to-day sports business within the respective athletic compliance guidelines.

“We are thrilled to welcome Lori (Williams) to our Group,” said Jill Pilgrim, Precise Advisory Group’s co-founder and business counsel.  “Lori’s extensive background in and knowledge of NCAA, athletic conference, and institutional athletics policies, procedures and regulations combined with her decades of sports business experience will offer in depth support to our intercollegiate and interscholastic clients.”

About Lori Williams

  • Lori Williams served as the associate athletics director for risk management at the University of Kansas (KU).  At KU, Williams worked with department and university-wide constituencies to ensure effective processes among areas impacted by risk management, including information technology, compliance, student services, human resources, facilities, event management, and academic support.  Williams was formerly on the staff of the NCAA where she worked on initial athlete eligibility and a variety of matters for eight and one-half years. Prior to her stint with the NCAA, Williams was the assistant director of compliance and legal assistant to the associate commissioner at the Big 12 Conference in Dallas.  Williams began her career in athletics during law school at Baylor University where she was instrumental in creating the University’s first athletics compliance manual. Williams earned her B.B.A. degree in Management Information Systems from Baylor University and her doctorate of jurisprudence from Texas Tech University School of Law.
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