Marsha Frese

CEO/Co-Founder, DocUssist

Nationally recognized as a highly accomplished recruiter, Marsha Frese is a former Division-1 women’s basketball coach with more than 25-years of playing and coaching experience. Frese served as head women’s basketball at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) for five seasons, where she notched some of the biggest wins in program history, including an historic win over the University of Kansas at Allen Fieldhouse for the first road victory against KU in nearly 30 years. Frese also lead her team to unprecedented academic heights, winning the Division-1 GPA title in back-to-back years while four of her five teams were named to the WBCA’s prestigious Academic Top-25 list. 
Prior to her stint in Kansas City, Frese was an assistant coach in the Big Ten, the ACC and the Mid-American Conference, including stops at Minnesota, Maryland and the University of Illinois. During her years as an assistant coach, Frese recruited and coached countless All- America and all-conference players. Included among her former players is 2012 Olympic gold medalist Lindsay Whalen, the current head coach at the University of Minnesota. 
Marsha is passionate about coaching and supporting coaches at all levels, which is why she founded docUssist, a web-based software program specifically designed to address the documentation needs of coaches everywhere. As CEO / Co-Founder, Marsha believes documenting, organizing and preserving important interactions, such as emails, text messages and social media posts, are vital to protecting one’s career and reputation. Her vision of this revolutionary, user-friendly program became reality with the launch of docUssist in the Fall of 2019. 
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