Callie Brownson, former Dartmouth quality control assistant and recruiting coordinator is featured in the piece about women in football coaching.
The story begins this way:
Callie Brownson didn’t set out to make headlines as the first woman to be a full-time assistant on a Division I college football team. But when interview requests started pouring in after she accepted a job at Dartmouth as an offensive quality control analyst in 2018, she and head coach Buddy Teevens realized they had unknowingly made history.
“That seemed impossible since I had so many of my peers who have been hired in the NFL,” says Brownson, who’s since been hired as a full-time intern by the Buffalo Bills. “How has college been untouched?”Find the story HERE.