Dylan Adkins is a second year Business Honors and Accounting student with a concentration in Business Public Policy from Beaumont, Texas. He has served his time as the Governmental Representative for the McCombs School of Business focusing on improving student life for all students including student-athletes, as well as promoting the media and social media analytics for the Center of Sports Leadership and Innovation. Dylan’s interests lie in business, sports, and political ethics and entrepreneurship for all individuals across city, state, and country lines.
Andrew Bramlett is a sophomore in the Plan II and Business Honors Programs at UT Austin. In addition to his work with CSLi, he serves in varied leadership capacities across campus—most notably in the UT Student Government, the Undergraduate Business Council, and Students for Texas Athletics. Andrew has a passion for college athletics and student athletes, and is excited about the impact that his work will have on student athletes and coaches.
Stacie Brodie is a first year master’s student in the Program in Higher Education Leadership with a concentration in College and University Student Personnel Administration. She currently serves as a Graduate Assistant for Recruitment and Student Success in the College of Education and as an Academic Mentor with Texas Athletics. Stacie’s professional interests lie in academic support and life skills programming for student-athletes. She also has research interests in the social and cultural identity development of student-athletes of color.
Vir Mehta was born in Odessa, Texas but spent most of his life growing up in Montgomery, Texas. Throughout his life, Vir has always had a love and a passion for sports. To show his love for sports, as well as his dedication to the University of Texas, Vir volunteers as an athletic recruiter for the University of Texas football team. Also, Vir has aspirations of one day being a professor, just like both of his parents. To help achieve this goal, Vir is a Teaching Assistant for two courses at UT and assists with marketing research.
Katherine Plevka was born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina. A huge hometown sports fan, she developed a passion for sports and leadership development through her high school and collegiate experiences as a competitive swimmer. She graduated from Duke University in 2015 with a B.A. in Psychology and currently manages Dr. Jacqui Woolley’s Imagination and Cognition Lab at UT Austin
Donald is a Master’s candidate in Exercise Science here at UT and is working to enhance how athletes are trained on a global scale. He joined CSLi to help grow as a sport leader to improve his ability to create positive growth in the mindset of athletes He is a former collegiate 400m hurdler from Pittsburgh, PA and current Texas Ultimate (frisbee) club player here. Donald enjoys traveling and has been to 6 countries and coached in 2.
Spencer Schredder is a fourth-year student studying Economics and International Relations at the University of Texas. He currently serves as University-Wide Representative in Student Government, and for the past two years has worked for the Italian soccer team, AS Roma. His personal interests include reading, writing, sports, and leadership development. Professionally, Spencer hopes to pursue a career in sports, and from either an investment or media development role.
Avery Westerlund is a sophomore undergraduate student at UT Austin studying Sport Management and Business Foundations. She serves on the executive council of her sorority, Kappa Delta. Although she has lived in Austin her entire life, she has yet to attend ACL. Avery plans to attend law school and be a sports agent for professional athletes.
Micky Wolf is a sophomore studying Business Honors and Plan II. Like most Spurs fan growing up in San Antonio, he once wanted to to become an NBA player. While his career goals now focus on social entrepreneurship and consulting, he loves CSLi for better people’s lives through the power sports. His interests include travel, psychology, new food, and adventure.