Advisory Board

  • John Square
    John Square - Chair

    Director of Athletics, Sidwell Friends School
  • Whitney Johnson
    Whitney M.J. Catt

    Associate Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Development, Diversity and Inclusion, Brigham Young University
  • Clyde M. Doughty, Jr.
    Clyde M. Doughty, Jr.

    Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation, Bowie State University
  • Maria E. Sanchez
    Maria E. Sanchez

    Senior Associate A.D./Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Northwestern University
  • Katie Harbert
    Katie Harbert

    Assistant Athletic Director, Student-Athlete Development, University of Oregon
  • Kyle Chilton
    Kyle Chilton

    Communications, West Coast Conference; Analytical Senior Consultant at KLAS Research 
  • Jaide Hinds-Clarke
    Jaide Hinds-Clarke

    Coordinator of Student-Athlete Leadership Development & Engagement, University of Richmond
  • Jessica Duff
    Jessica Duff

    Associate Athletic Director, Smith College

Founder & CEO

Nevin Caple (she/her)

Nevin Caple, ROI Founder & CEONevin is a strategic inclusion consultant and national thought leader on diversity, inclusion and belonging in sport. Her teaching philosophy is centered on trust and respect, taking a holistic and human-centered approach to help athletic administrators and coaches develop sustainable inclusion strategies. Since 2011, Nevin has worked with over 200 colleges and universities nationwide. She sits on the Board of Directors at Stonewall Community Foundation in New York City, the Women’s Sports Foundation Advocacy Committee, National Center for Lesbian Rights National Leadership Council and serves as a member of the faculty for WeCOACH. Nevin is the Diversity & Inclusion Consultant for the CIAA Conference, the oldest Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) athletic conference in the country.  Most recently, she developed the NCAA DIII ONETEAM Facilitator Training with her dear friend and mentor, Dr. Pat Griffin, and regularly partners with the NCAA on inclusion initiatives.


Nevin earned her Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 2002, where she was a member of the women’s basketball team. She credits Pat Griffin, Ken Shropshire and Kate Kendell as having the greatest influence on her work. Nevin and her wife, Colleen McCaffrey, reside in Brooklyn, NY.

To learn more about Nevin's work visit