Lindsay Sundberg has worked in various roles in the student services athletic departments of Kansas State University, North Carolina State University, Stony Brook University and most recently at Georgia Institute of Technology. Lindsay has worked with a wide variety of sports including, but not limited to; football, basketball, track and field, volleyball, golf, baseball, wrestling, swimming and diving.
As an academic advisor for Power 5 student athletes, she knows the rigors and challenges of the college athlete. Academic preparation before college can make all the difference. She has taken her mission of 'unleashing the athletes potential in the academic arena' to high school athletes. Lindsay works directly with athletes, parents and coaches to ensure success at the collegiate level.
Sundberg received a bachelor's degree in Special Education from the University of South Carolina Aiken (USCA) and a master's degree in Academic Advising at Kansas State University (K-State). She was a collegiate basketball player at USCA and was named to the conference all-academic team. She played in the most games in program history, was a team captain and a member of the only PeachBelt Conference Championship team.
Founder & Academic Coach
Kathleen earned her Master’s Degree in Education with a focus in Mathematics from the University of Connecticut and her Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Central Connecticut State University. She is a certified teacher and has taught Mathematics for 10 years. She was a college basketball player and was recognized for her academic and athletic achievements.
She has over 10 years of coaching experience where she mentored young student athletes many of whom went on to play in college. She is extremely familiar with the college athlete recruiting process as she is the mother of four collegiate athletes. She enjoys working with student-athletes to improve their academic profile for future success.