Mrs. Whitney Bailey
Prior to joining the JCS family, Mrs. Bailey served as Assistant Athletic Director for Internal Operations, Senior Women's Administrator, and Deputy Title IX Coordinator at Palm Beach Atlantic University. As a member of senior management for the Athletic Department at PBA, her responsibilities included athletic budget management and forecasting, contract review and negotiations, and preparation of internal and external reporting documents. She worked as the athletic liaison for institutional and NCAA audits, and provided supervision of the compliance office, athletic training department, and athletic secretary, as well as student employees and interns.
During her time there, she was one of 10 individuals selected nationally to participate in the 2014 NCAA & Division II Athletic Directors Association Women and Minorities Mentoring Institute for future NCAA leadership. She also served as a member of multiple university task forces including the University Leadership Board, University Retention Committee, Athletic Compliance Committee, and Athletic Personnel Search Committee.
Along with years of experience in office management, budget planning and forecasting, industry and federal compliance, leadership training and corporate event planning, her career has also included hands-on coaching experience. She served as Assistant Volleyball Coach at Martin County High School in Stuart, Florida, as well as Head Volleyball Coach of the Treasure Coast Volleyball Club and the Palm Beach Juniors Volleyball team.
Mrs. Bailey holds Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science in International Business from Palm Beach Atlantic University. She was a 2013 recipient of the Dr. Joe Eassa Scholarship Award for the Rinker School of Business, member of the Sigma Beta Delta Honors, and competed as a collegiate volleyball athlete for four years, serving as team captain and NCCAA All-American.
"A Christian game-changer excels at the things the world glorifies but gives God all the glory. At JCS we invest in the lives of our coaches and students so they understand that as Christian game-changers, sports becomes a platform to point individual's hearts and minds to Christ," Whitney shared. "I strive towards excellence for His glory every day and seek to lead with a servant's heart."
Mrs. Bailey, along with her husband Ben and children Beau, Emmalyn, and Gracie are thrilled to be a part of the JCS family!
Master of Business Administration, Business, Palm Beach Atlantic University 2014