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NWBA Announces Third Installment of NWBA Webinar Series

By NWBA, 07/31/20, 9:30AM CDT


Teaser (website): Scheduled for August 5th at 6:30 p.m. MDT

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO -The National Wheelchair Basketball Association is excited to announce the third installment of the NWBA Webinar Series, an informational series focused on helping NWBA members build knowledge, skills and abilities on focused topics. Creating resources for NWBA members is critical to helping sustain and grow the sport. Webinar topics were selected based on feedback from membership and will be presented by NWBA individuals who are skilled in those particular areas.

The next webinar, Season Management: Navigating the NWBA Season, will take place on Wednesday, August 5th at 6:30 p.m. Mountain time. This session will be presented by Brandon McBeain. This segment will focus on how to prepare for an NWBA season, responsibilities for a Team Representative and successfully manage a team thru a NWBA season. Viewers will gain insight on important information on matters of compliance and operations for teams at all levels within the NWBA. Brandon has served in a variety of leadership roles within the NWBA enabling him to be a wealth of knowledge in these areas. (See Bio Below)

The NWBA Webinar Series will be conducted virtually via GoToMeeting. All interested NWBA members are encouraged to participate in this webinar segment by using the information below:

2020 NWBA Webinar on Season Management
Wed, Aug 5, 2020 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM (MDT)

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Brandon McBeain joined the National Office staff as the Director, Membership Services and Programs, in 2016. McBeain served as the Treasurer and Secretary of the NWBA Junior Division for four years starting in 2012. McBeain is entering his 10th season involved with the NWBA.

McBeain, originally from Minnesota, found his passion for Paralympic sport working for the Organizing Committee at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic & Paralympic Games.  From 2011-2013 McBeain work for Courage Center administering all aspects of programming for seven wheelchair basketball teams; three wheelchair softball teams; and supervised numerous adaptive sports program camps, events, and tournaments.

McBeain has spent time working for minor league sports teams, NCAA, Major League Baseball, various sporting events, and sports marketing firms. McBeain has a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications: Public Relations from University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and Masters of Education in Sport Management from Springfield College (MA).