Betty F. Jaynes Internship Program
Meet the Class of 2020
Communications and Marketing Intern
Allison Hogue was born in Dallas, Texas, but grew up in Nashville, Tennessee. She began her collegiate career at Liberty University where she spent all four years as a student worker and intern in the institution’s athletics communications department. Hogue graduated with her bachelor’s degree in sport management in May 2019.
Following graduation, Hogue moved south to work as a summer intern with the sport communications department at the University of Florida. It was there she furthered her knowledge in writing and gained experience with the department’s archives and social media.
Hogue has a passion for women’s basketball and aspires to work in the field one day. Some of her goals include becoming a college sport information director and later a sportswriter for the WNBA. Hogue believes this internship with the WBCA will give her the experience she needs to reach those goals.
Convention Logistics Intern
Caitlin Lowe was born and raised in Alexandra, New Zealand. She moved to the U.S. to begin her collegiate career as an NCAA Division I student-athlete at the University of Miami in Florida, where she competed as a rower. She graduated with a degree in exercise physiology after which she coached high school and adult rowing in Dallas, Texas.
In the Fall of 2017, Lowe attended the University of Tennessee in Knoxville to gain her master’s degree in sports management. While in Knoxville she served as a graduate assistant coach for the women’s rowing team and was responsible for walk-on recruiting, coaching, boathouse maintenance, and operational tasks. This shifted her interests in athletics from coaching to operations and logistics.
Although Lowe’s experience has been in coaching, she is excited to learn more about logistics and event management in a new sport. She believes her position with the WBCA is a tremendous opportunity to gain experience and learn more about women’s basketball while guiding her toward a career path about which she is passionate.
Events & Sponsorship Activation Intern
Arielle Register began her collegiate career at Agnes Scott College where she played basketball and served on the student-athlete advisory committee. She earned a bachelor’s degree in economics in May 2013.
The Georgia native returned to Agnes Scott in Fall 2016 as the graduate assistant coach for women’s basketball. While coaching she earned her master’s degree in sport administration at Georgia State University, graduating in May 2018. Upon completion, she served as the game operations intern for the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream and worked as the assistant program supervisor for the City of Decatur.
Register has experience on all levels of athletic competition and is passionate about advancing girls' and women’s basketball. She believes working with the WBCA will give her the experience and knowledge she needs to continue her growth, while also guiding her down the appropriate career path