Female Coaches are at Risk!

Female Coaching Network and docUssist announce partnership 

to protect coaches across the globe


January 13, 2020


In an effort to help support and protect the careers of female coaches, The Female Coaching Network is excited to announce a strategic partnership with docUssist, a web-based documentation software tool, designed specifically to help safeguard the careers of those working in sports.  This partnership supports FCN members by providing the latest innovation and information as female coaches strive to protect their careers and reputations. docUssist, designed by coaches and for coaches, is an easy to use documentation tool that helps to make preserving and organizing important emails, text messages and social media screenshots easy and effortless.


The Female Coaching Network will be supporting docUssist and its efforts to provide career protection to coaches at all levels and sports, particularly female coaches, who are under more and more scrutiny by student-athletes, parents, and administrators in today’s athletic environment. 


docUssist CEO and co-founder Marsha Frese says the partnership with the Female Coaching Network is the perfect teammate in the effort to support and empower coaches at all levels.   


“Since we launched docUssist, I have been eager to partner with Vicky Huyton and her army of female coaches. Vicky is a passionate leader and launching the Female Coaching Network has clearly been a labor of love for Vicky and her dedicated staff.  docUssist, based in Overland Park, KS,  and the Female Coaching Network have a shared mission and passion for the protection, promotion, and elevation of female coaches, both in the United States and around the globe.  We are thrilled to share our insight and expertise on how coaches can protect their careers and their programs. We are even more excited to finally play a role in the solution as well.


By partnering with docUssist, the Female Coaching Network is providing its members with the information and the tools to effectively protect their reputations and their careers.  This partnership will be an element of the new FCN strategy which will take shape in 2020, helping us to: “empower, enable and inspire female coaches to be the best they can be whilst creating cultural change within sport and sports federations.”


 “Marsha is very passionate about protecting coaching, having been through difficult experiences herself. Through the creation of this incredible software tool, Marsha wants to ensure that no one else is put in the position she was, and many others like her. Being a coach in today’s world is no easy task. Our roles and workload are continually expanding leaving little time or brainpower left for the coach to look after themselves. docUssist provides coaches with a tool to easily and quickly record vital information that may be needed for future reference. I am very excited to be partnering with Marsha, and through docUssist, I hope we can prevent coaches from around the World from being hung out to dry!”  Vicky Huyton FCN Founder


For more information please about docUssist please visit www.docUssist.org or to learn more about the Female Coaching Network visit www.femalecoachingnetwork.com