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Name, Image and Likeness


Although we don’t know the exact parameters of the NCAA, state or potential federal legislation governing name, image and likeness for student athletes, it seems certain student athletes will gain the ability to monetize their NIL in 2021. We aim to cover the latest news and provide education and resources for administrators, coaches and student athletes.

Div. I NIL Proposal

We’ve broken down the current NIL proposal for Division I.


Our state-by-state tracker on proposed NIL legislation.


A look at proposed federal legislation to govern NIL.


A breakdown of the NAIA’s rule changes related to NIL.

Community College Considerations

Thoughts on opportunities for community college student athletes.

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We are firm believers that the biggest opportunity the NIL era will bring is the ability for student athletes to gain hard skills in areas such as social media marketing, digital content creation, blogging, podcasting, speaking and more.

What They're Saying

Kristi and Stephanie were exceptional in speaking to a large, diverse audience (coaches, administrators, faculty and staff) from the league’s 14 member schools about monetization opportunities through personal branding and marketing, social media and content creation. The subject is daunting because it’s dynamic, rapidly evolving and unknown to many, and extremely relevant within intercollegiate athletics. The real-life, real-time expertise from their personal experience and industry awareness was delivered in a way that was easy to digest and will be extraordinarily helpful to assist our membership support student-athletes as they navigate the changing name, image and likeness landscape.Jill Redmond, Senior Associate Commissioner, Atlantic 10 Conference

Kristi and Stephanie bring incredible experience to the table, and they complement one another perfectly. Not only do they know what they are talking about, but they convey the information in a way that student-athletes, coaches, and administrators — even those who know very little about social media, branding, influencers, etc. — can understand. I highly recommend them to provide education for your athletic department.Jill Bodensteiner, Director of Athletics, St. Joseph’s University