Mentoring Program

Mission, Structure

Mission of the Mentoring Program
To increase the longevity of athletic administrators in the state Wisconsin and reduce the rapid turnover in athletic administrator positions by providing one on one mentoring for new athletic administrators.

Structure The WADA Executive Board will govern the WADA Mentoring Program through communication from the WADA Past President.

The Past President will work closely with the Gender Representatives from each of the 7 WADA districts who will serve as Mentor Coordinators. Contact will also be made with the WIAA Liaison to the WADA Board and with Conference Representatives soliciting input on quality mentors.

The Conference Reps will identify possible mentors and new AD’s. The 7 district Mentor Coordinators will assign mentors to new athletic administrators. This structure will allow for open and efficient two-way communication.


Gender Reps/District Mentor Coordinators

There are 7 District Coordinators for the WADA Mentoring Program.

District 1:
Brain Smith

4751 County Highway F
Maple, WI  54854
(715) 363-2434
District 4:
Jenny Bandow
Luxemburg-Casco High School 

512 Center Drive
Luxemburg, WI 54217
920-845-2336 ext. 419
District 7:

District 2:
Jeff Dorschner
Crivitz High School

400 South Street
Crivitz, WI 54114

District 5:
Eric Nee
Sun Prairie Area School District

501 South Bird Street
Sun Prairie, WI 53590
District 3:
Cora Dillin
Necedah High School

1801 S. Main Street
Necedah, WI 54646-7858
(608) 565-2256
District 6:
Michael LeBouton
Horicon High School

841 Gray Street
Horicon, WI 53032-1730
(920) 485-2898

Webmaster Contact
Wisconsin Athletic Directors Association
Eric Plitzuweit, CAA

400 McCanna Parkway, Burlington WI 53105
Phone Number: (262) 763-0200 ext 1258
WADA Mission
WADA empowers and inspires Athletic Directors to be leaders in their school communities by promoting education based athletics and providing opportunities to grow professionally.