INDIANAPOLIS – USA Football, the sport’s national governing body and a member of the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee, announced today that Burleson (Texas) High School Varsity Assistant Football Coach TIFFANY HILL has been named to its Coach Advisory Council. USA Football is the sport’s national governing body and a member of the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee. 

USA Football’s 11-member Coach Advisory Council provides leadership and assistance to the organization in its work to create and advance a spectrum of resources and support to youth coaches. USA Football trains and educates more youth football coaches than any organization in the United States. USA Football’s nationally accredited coach certification has completed more than 900,000 since 2012 by coaches in all 50 states and 10 foreign countries.

Hill wears a range of hats in the education and coaching communities. She is a Career and Technical Education teacher at Burleson High School, serves as a varsity assistant coach on the football and girls’ basketball teams, and recently began working as a USA Football Master Trainer where she leads development and skill instruction for youth coaches and athletes.

“I am so excited to be a Master Trainer and join the Coach Advisory Council,” Hill said. “These are two of the greatest opportunities I’ve had. Being involved in an organization like USA Football that’s doing so much for football in general, covering everything from youth to flag to women, is exciting. I believe that USA Football is helping grow and advance the sport in every area, not just for boys but for girls and women as well. To be a part of this organization is phenomenal.”

Hill began coaching football in 2009. She coached several teams before former NFL quarterback and Burleson High School head coach JON KITNA offered her a position on his staff.

“I was at the middle school in my district for seven years before one of the coaches at the high school reached out to the head football coach, Jon Kitna,” Hill explained. “He contacted me and was eager to learn more about my story. He found out I played women’s tackle football, and he just wanted to get the best staff possible around his kids. I couldn’t pass up an opportunity like that. There are so many guys I had the opportunity to work with last year that I’ve seen grow up from middle school through high school.”

Hill brings extensive experience as a player to her role as a high school coach. Her 10-year playing career includes stops with the Dallas Diamonds, Arlington Impact, Dallas Elite and Texas Elite Spartans. Hill, who plays running back and slot receiver, won the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA) Championship in 2017. She eventually began playing in the Women's National Football Conference (WNFC), winning league championships during the 2021 and 2022 seasons.

The Coach Advisory Council most recently convened in early May to discuss various topics, including USA Football’s 2022 Youth Coach Certification, future coaching and educational resources, USA Football virtual engagement opportunities for leagues, and a how-to video series on USA Football’s Football Development Model. The council’s next meeting will take place in November.

USA Football’s Coach Advisory Council

  • Jamal Bacon, Youth Coach & Flag Director, Williamsville Jr. Football & Cheerleading (N.Y.)
  • Eric Bennett, Head Football Coach & Athletic Director, Saranac Lake (N.Y.) Central School District
  • Mike Canchola, Youth Coach & President, Oregon City (Ore.) Youth Football Association
  • Chris Coffman, Youth Coach, Zionsville (Ind.) Youth Football League
  • Kate Decker, Owner & Director, Institute of Athletic Movement (Tenn.)
  • Jeremy Frisch, Youth Coach & Owner, Achieve Performance Training (Mass.)
  • Scott Groth, Youth Coach & Board Member, Metro Youth Football Association (Iowa)
  • Tiffany Hill, Varsity Assistant Football Coach, Burleson High School (Texas)
  • Ed Roldan, Youth Coach & Board Member, Southeast Bronx (N.Y.) Youth Coalition
  • Chris Seay, Youth Coach & Board Member, Thomas County (Ga.) All Stars Academy
  • David Walker, Commissioner & Founder, Wilk-Amite Youth Action Network (Miss.)

About USA FootballUSA Football designs and delivers premier educational, developmental and competitive programs to advance, unify and grow the sport. As the sport’s national governing body, member of the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee and organizer of the U.S. National Team for international competition, USA Football partners with leaders in medicine, child advocacy and athletics to support positive football experiences for youth, high school, and other amateur players.


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