Member clubs are supported by professional staff members and student leaders who serve in various roles in the Clubhouse.
The mission of the University of Oregon Club Sports Advisory Board is to unite Club Sports as a single organization representing those students who seek a high level of athletic competition, sportsmanship, camaraderie, and leadership opportunities. The Board seeks to facilitate growth and future success of the UO Club Sports Programs.
Members consist of student leaders who advise program staff on the operations and development of the program; distribute supplemental funds to member clubs; serve as consultants to club officers; plan and implement programs designed to unite Club Sports leaders and athletes throughout the program.
The Board works collaboratively with other student leader groups on campus such as the EMU Board and ASUO (student government) to create an enriching student experience beyond the classroom.
2015-16 Clubhouse Team
2015-2016 Advisory Board–TBA
Katie Trageser, Summer Program Assistant
Hometown: Spokane, WA
Vacant, Office Manager
Shawn Rubino, Assistant Program Director
Entering her 12th year with the Club Sports Program, Shawn oversees much of the weekly event coordination, including scheduling and travel details, and manages the athletic training program.
Shawn has coaching experience (Yale Women’s Volleyball), and extensive administrative experiences with the University of Minnesota’s hockey program, and UO’s student government office. Shawn brings a unique blend of coaching and administrative knowledge to the Clubhouse to help guide club leaders. Students may also run into Shawn’s husband, Dave (PE & Recreation instructor), and son, Joey, who visits the Clubhouse to keep all the club officers in line!
Kristen Gleason, Program Director
Kristen has held various roles in sports and education administration including sport clubs, intramurals, camps and aquatics. In her role as Program Director, Kristen provides general program oversight, serving as an organizational consultant for member clubs, and guides long term program development. She has served on multiple committees at the university and in her professional organizations.
Kristen is passionate about learning through recreation experiences. She earned a BA in Journalism (Saint Michael’s), MA in Sports Management (UConn), and M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction (Boston College). She feels fortunate to say “YES! I use all of my degrees everyday!”
A Massachusetts native, she enjoys traveling and skiing. Her lifelong inability to commit to just one sport has evolved into an enthusiasm for multisport. But most recently, she has been trying to explore the hiking trails in the great state of Oregon!