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Georgia Tech women’s hoops stars sign NIL deals with tech company iFOLIO

Cameron Swartz
Photo credit: Georgia Tech Athletics

iFOLIO is making headwaves in NIL with Georgia Tech women’s hoops student-athletes.

The company recently announced that it signed senior Cameron Swartz, and freshmen Tonie Morgan, Kayla Blackshear, and Kara Dunn to NIL deals. Each iFOLIO NIL ambassador will receive $5,000 in combined payment and athlete website services for the next four years to help them market their brand in their sports and business career.

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In return, iFOLIO expects the four student-athletes to market the company on social media.

iFOLIO, a female founded tech company, chose the Georgia Tech women’s basketball players to kick start a program that is expected to empower college athletes and bring their voices to iFOLIO’s social community.

Jean Marie Richardson, iFOLIO Founder and CEO, is also an alum of Georgia Tech.

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“I’m excited about the future for sports and for digital marketing. Our goal is for each athlete to build their brand and bring their voices to iFOLIO’s community,” Richardson said in a statement.

Schwartz, Morgan, Blackshear and Dunn all made an appearance at iFOLIO’s headquarters back on February 13 for a signing day ceremony, which is where they formally announced their participation in the NIL program.