Greenhills AD Meg Seng earns top statewide award
Greenhills Athletic Director Meg Seng is no stranger to professional accolades. But the Women in Sports Leadership Award, announced by the Michigan High School Athletic Association Jan. 25, will hold a special place in her heart.
“To be able to share with other young women what I think is a really noble profession makes it a passion for me,” Seng told MHSAA. “I think it’s a great endeavor, and I’d love for more women to have the opportunity and the confidence to seek out some of those positions.”
Seng has spent 28 years at Greenhills as a teacher, coach, and now athletic director. Before that she was a scholarship athlete at Indiana University, where she played volleyball and softball, earning a pair of Big Ten championships in the latter sport. She also coached at the collegiate level.
In addition to her duties at Greenhills—whose athletic program was recently named a Michigan Exemplary Program by the MHSAA and the Michigan Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association—Seng also is co-founder of The Academy of Sports Leadership, which runs a training camp for high school girls who are interested in becoming coaches.