Jim Isch

James (Jim) Isch has spent over 37 years in various capacities in higher education and intercollegiate athletics, before retiring from the NCAA.  He is currently consulting in sports related projects with a wide range of technology, youth, and sports-related organizations.  Examples of his clients are: University of Notre Dame, Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics, Indiana Sports Corporation, Indiana University, Next College Student Athlete, Reigning Champs Experiences, International Cricket Council and NFL Flag Football.

During his 16 years at the NCAA, Isch served as intern president, chief operating officer and chief financial officer. Prior to the NCAA, he was CFO and VP for Administration at University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, and Montana State University.

Jim received his bachelor and doctoral (Ph.D.) degrees from Kansas State University and his master’s in business administration from Boston University.

Role

– Strategy

– Commercial

– Finance

– Participation

– Business Development

– Media

 

Social feeds

Congratulations to @NetballAust for a wonderful victory in the @NetballWorldCup A truly inspirational in back team that continues to se the standard globally.

Its been an amazing 2022 for the alacria team, we are very grateful for the support of our wonderful clients. A year working with leaders in sport & entertainment, helping them find opportunity and new value. To our team, thank you. We are lucky to work with such great people.

"To get the next generation excited about sport is much harder. They are playing games and watching esports, they are really into data. So providing them data about their performance is important"

Eyal Ben-Ari speaks about Track160's long-time vision at @nxt_sport: "We provide the opportunity to have an objective measurement across all players, male and female, at all levels. We can use the data to give every kid their moment, not just the top 1%"

Q&As with Track160 CEO Eyal Ben-Ari in @nxt_sport's panel focusing on the future of data. An important discussion (and great fun)