MIT’s Julie Soriero Named President of Women Leaders in College Sports

Julie Soriero, director of athletics at the Massachusetts institute of Technology in Cambridge, was elected president of Women Leaders in College Sports at the group’s annual convention in Dallas. Founded in 1979, Women Leaders in College Sports is the only nationally recognized collegiate professional membership organization whose mission is to develop, connect, and advance women leaders working in intercollegiate athletics. The organization promotes the growth, leadership, and success of women as athletics administrators, conference commissioners, professional staff, coaches, and student-athletes. The association has more than 3,500 members.

Soriero has been the athletics director at MIT for 11 years and oversees 33 intercollegiate teams. She also is an associate professor of physical education and recreation at MIT. Before coming to MIT, Soriero was athletics director at Colorado College.

Soriero holds a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education from Pennsylvania State University. She earned a master’s degree in sports psychology from Temple University in Philadelphia.

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