Dr. Donna Lopiano was the University of Texas women's athletics director from 1975 to 1992. She was able to build University of Texas into the model women's athletic program in the nation and during her time there, she oversaw 18 national championships and more than 300 All-Americans. Lopiano was a leader in the Title IX movement to ensure equity in men and women's athletics. She has repeatedly been named one of "The 100 Most Influential People in Sports" by The Sporting News. Lopiano is a member of the United States Olympic Committee Executive Board and former president of the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women. She was also the former Executive Director of the Women's Sports Foundation and is a member of the University of Texas Women's Hall of Honor and Texas Women's Hall of Fame. She is currently the president and founder of Sports Management Resources. Lopiano was inducted into the hall of fame as part of the class of 2010.