SPORTS WITH A PURPOSE
COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE
We want to improve program oversight, coach coaches, develop leaders, and establish competition infrastructure.
We want players to improve performance and increase their experience, regardless of skill level.
We want to grow global interest in a variety of sports, even if that means introducing it to a region or culture.
We want to break down cultural barriers and establish international friendships through sports.
We want to build global citizens who acknowledge, appreciate, and embrace other cultures. We build in time to visit, learn, and immerse ourselves in cultures around the world.
We have worked in over 25 different countries and are always looking for new opportunities to discover new places and make new friends.
Founder and Director of Vision Sports
Scott Duke, a graduate of Wofford College and Converse College’s graduate education program, is the Founder and Executive Director of Vision Sports. Scott played basketball at Wofford College and taught and coached in South Carolina high schools for 8 years. He also has over 17 years of coaching experience/sports development around the world. Scott started Vision Sports in 2010; Scott has led over 60 sports development projects to 14 different countries, using 10 different sports. Made multiple visits to most countries; Lived with and Coached the Men’s National Basketball Team of Myanmar in the 2013 SEA Games; Scott has a passion for sports and the power it has to unite people across cultural, social and economic lines.
Director of Women’s Programs
Played basketball and volleyball at Converse College; Taught High School English for 5 years; Coached volleyball, basketball, and track at both the high school and collegiate levels from 1995-2005, 2018-present; Veteran of over 25 international sports projects; Coached the women’s Myanmar National Basketball Team for the summer of 2012; Assisted Scott with the Men’s Team in 2013. Together Scott and Wendy have spoken across the globe to various groups and institutions on topics ranging from international sports development, coaching, marriage, team building, and motivation.
Ashton joined Vision Sports in June 2019. Ashton graduated from Gardner-Webb University with a degree in Sports Management. From 2011 to 2019, Ashton worked at Samford University, Liberty University, and Charleston Southern University in their respective Athletic Departments. She worked with the NCAA, Southern Conference, Big South Conference and the Football Championship Subdivision through her time at those Universities. Administratively, she dealt with coaches and athletes from over 20 different sports.