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Betsy gained her Bachelor’s Degree, Personnel Administration in 1983 from University of Kansas.

As Associate Athletics Director, she supervised Bruin head coaches, academic services, recruiting and student services and marketing and promotions.

Meet Betsy Stephenson, the partner of US Soccer coach Jill Ellis.

Stephenson must be very proud of her gal as she’s making headlines for her job in leading the US women’s soccer team in the Women’s World Cup. She’s was Emory’s University (Atlanta) former Director of Athletics, prior to that she was UCLA’s Associate Athletics and Senior Women’s Administrator. Following her 3-yearat Emory she moved on to Los Angeles Children’s Hospital as their Assistant Vice President, Foundation Giving; according to her Linked In she works as a Director of Development at Marlborough School.

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In 2013 she was offered a job as Development Director for Sports Medicine at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, so she and Ellis along with their daughter Lilly -whom they adopted as a baby –made the move to Miami.

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During her UCLA career, the Bruins won 16 NCAA Division I national team titles, including 11 in women’s sports – five in gymnastics, two each in softball and water polo, and one apiece in indoor and outdoor track.

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