In this episode of Game Changers, we learn from Adam Neuman, the chief of staff, strategy and operations for the Big Ten Conference, the oldest Division I collegiate athletic conference in the United State. Along with discussing what it means to be visibly Jewish in a decidedly un-Jewish profession, Adam talks about why college sports are about a lot more than winning, how the Big Ten is embracing leadership and social responsibility, and why the Conference has set up a Mental Health and Wellness Cabinet to bring wider support and awareness of mental health issues to student-athletes.
Unpacked’s Mental Health Awareness Month videos are sponsored by Toby and Michael Kumin.
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