A.C.E Consulting for Well-Being & NIL!
One-stop comprehensive advising that serves to strengthen your players,
your program and engagement with NIL.
Active Centralized Empowerment (ACE) is an award-winning praxis and theory that I developed as a way and means for students, companies and individuals to reach their optimal performance by working from their authenticity, who they truly are inside. It is the best of Branding because everything is connected to the best part of an individual. In practice, ACE has been found to increase self-esteem, self-value, confidence performance, and critical thinking and leadership development within a collective. Even more exciting is that this all happens as a student excels academically. These skills can benefit every single student-athlete, with or without a NIL contract, as well as your organization.
In addition to using ACE, my advising involves a very special and unique vantage point that many others may not have - an insider perspective as a former elite student-athlete, award-winning university professor, scholar and researcher, and media expert. From my areas of expertise and lived-experience, I am able to review and give a comprehensive assessment and strategic planning for the students’ overall well-being.
Solid Comprehensive Advising
Clarity and Direction
Media Engagement Expertise
Branding and Authenticity
Success, Empowerment and Fulfillment
My team brings all of the involved voices together as a single, centralized point of advising focused on the ability and capacity of the student-athlete to perform. If you care to have a conversation to discuss my services further, please don’t hesitate to contact me via phone or email. I look forward to working with you. For more information on the award-winning ACE visit the Homepage.
Journalist, Digital Content Creator, Documentarian, DEBI-P Instructional Specialist, Educator, Scholar, Researcher, Creative, Director, NIL Advisor, Motivational Speaker & Humanitarian for Social/Global/Professional & Personal Impact of Positive Inclusion & Empowerment.
Janice Marie Collins, Ph.D.
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