Director, Women's National Team Programs
Katie Million, who brings 20-plus years of sport management experience and is currently serving as women’s commissioner and vice president of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, was named director of women’s national team programs for USA Hockey in February 2019.
Million joined the WCHA in 2016 and managed all facets of the women’s league operations, including its successful Final Faceoff championship. In her role, she has been a primary interface with a wide variety of constituent groups, from USA Hockey, the NHL and NCAA, to the American Hockey Coaches Association, College Hockey Inc., the Ice Hockey Commissioner’s Association and multiple NCAA committees.
Prior to her time with the WCHA, Million spent 17 years in varying event-based roles, including as director of events her final three years, with the Olympic Regional Development Authority in Lake Placid, New York. She managed and directed numerous sports competitions while at ORDA, including world cups, world championships and national events across multiple sports including hockey, skiing, bobsled, figure skating, skeleton and luge. Her involvement was wide-ranging and included, among other things, contract negotiation, scheduling, financial management, and logistics.
Million, who is a member of the United States Hockey Hall of Fame Museum board of directors, is a native of Hannibal, New York.