In this episode of “Tucker Center Talks” [S2E5], Nicole M. LaVoi, Ph.D., talks to Courtney Boucher. Courtney is a current doctoral student in Kinesiology at the U of M, a research assistant in the Tucker Center, and a two-time Pam Borton Fellow for Women in Sport Leadership. Boucher and LaVoi discuss the inception, purpose and impact of the Women in College Coaching Report Card (WCCRC), a longitudinal research project that the Tucker Center does each year in collaboration with WeCOACH. Boucher shares her insight about the process of the report card from a student perspective and the idea behind her M.S. (’19) thesis at the U of M in which she examined hiring practices of athletic directors in NCAA Division I institutions over five years, an offshoot of the Women in College Coaching Report Card.