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Que Tucker is the commissioner of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association. Que oversees the entire operation of the Association, which includes a staff of 17, a sports program consisting of 13 different sports, culminating in the 90 state team championships for men and women. As a native of Rockingham County, Que played college basketball at Mars Hill College and earned a master’s degree in physical education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She also coached alongside Kay Yow at NC State….
- Tell us a little about your journey
- 50th anniversary of Title 9 and as someone who has navigated sports as an athlete a coach and an administrator you’ve seen the effects and changes to the face of title 9 sports have brought forth. How do you handle the stress of managing athletics at a state level?
- Looking over the journey of Title 9, over the last 50 years, what would you say looks different about your student-athlete experience from then until now….
- Looking back at the progress that’s been made over the last 50 years and some of the hurdles you had to cross, what’s one hurdle that you’ve dealt with that doesn’t exist for girls today?