MaChelle Joseph and her experienced staff will run each camp, with the rest of the staff being made up of current players as well as some of the finest college and high school coaches in the area. We take pride in providing each participant with high quality instruction and close supervision.

MaChelle Joseph / Head Coach

MaChelle Joseph has taken the Georgia Tech women's basketball program to new heights, has compiled a 213-134 overall record and has the highest overall and ACC winning percentage of any Tech coach in program history. She completed her 11th season at the helm of the Yellow Jackets in 2013-14 as only the second coach in school history to win 200 career games. The 2014-15 season marks her 12th season as head coach of the Yellow Jackets.

When she was named head coach on May 19, 2003, Joseph said that it was her goal to make the Yellow Jackets a national power in women's basketball.

During the 2013-14 season, the Yellow Jackets completed its seventh 20 win season in the past eight years under Coach Joseph. The Jackets also received its seventh at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament under Coach Joseph. Tech finished the season at 20-12 and seventh in the ACC with a 9-7 conference record.
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Rob Norris / Assistant Coach

A fourteen-year veteran of Division I college basketball, Rob Norris joins the Georgia Tech women's basketball staff as an assistant coach. Norris will oversee scouting and be in charge of player development on head coach MaChelle Joseph's staff.

Norris comes to the Flats after serving as an assistant coach for the VCU women's basketball team for the 2014-15 season. He was also an assistant coach at Eastern Michigan and coached for nine years in men's college basketball. Norris was the lead assistant for the VCU women's basketball team for the 2014-15 season. At VCU, he worked with the guards and wings and helped guide the Rams to a 16-14 overall record.

Before coaching at VCU, Norris was an assistant coach at Eastern Michigan, serving as the team's defensive coordinator and focusing on the guards.
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Kevin Morrison / Assistant Coach

An eight-year division one coaching veteran and well known recruiter joined the Georgia Tech coaching staff as an assistant coach, on May 22, 2015.

Morrison spent the past four seasons at Washington, starting off as an assistant coach prior to the 2011-12 season and then being promoted to associate head coach in April of 2013. As the associate head coach, Morrison worked with on-court coaching, skill development and advancing scouting and recruiting for the Huskies.

Morrison aided Washington to a 23-10 record in 2015 which was the most wins in a season since 2002-03. The Huskies were selected to the NCAA Tournament in 2015 for the first time since 2007. He was instrumental in the development of the post players, including Talia Walton who was named to the Pac-12 All-Freshman Team and Aminah Williams who finished second all-time at UW for single-season rebounding and as the school's all-time rebounding leader.
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Catherine Greene / Dir. of Opperations

Catherine Greene begins her third season as a member of the Georgia Tech women's basketball staff in 2014-15 and her second as Director of Basketball Operations.

Greene will work closely with Joseph in overseeing all aspects of the program's day-to-day operations. Greene will oversee the Yellow Jackets' team travel, promotional and fundraising efforts, community service initiatives and community relations. Greene will also serve as the director of the MaChelle Joseph Basketball Camps and the liaison for academics and the Total Person Program.

She joined the Tech staff for the 2012-13 season as associate director of basketball operations after spending the previous two and a half years working full-time in event operations at the University of North Carolina.
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Camp Coaching Staff

Jonneshia Pineda / Asst. Coach/Camp DIrector

In 2015, Jonneshia Pineda joined the Georgia Tech women’s basketball staff as a graduate manager.

Pineda has a strong basketball background, which includes playing, coaching, skills training and counselor experience. She is no stranger to the Georgia Tech women’s basketball program, having served as a video intern for the 2013-14 and 2014-15 seasons.

Pineda played two seasons of college basketball at Pear River Community college where she graduated in 2009 with an associate’s degree in arts and science. She led the team in points and assists, was the team captain and named a Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges All-Star.
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