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Janell Bergstrom is in her fourth season as the Oregon women’s basketball Director of Operations after being hired by head coach Paul Westhead in May 2009.

Bergstrom’s duties include team travel, community relations, the organization of summer and team camps and the day-to-day operations of the program. Bergstrom also works directly with the Oregon’s women’s basketball fans and support groups, and also actively assists with Oregon women’s basketball marketing efforts throughout the community.

Bergstrom is a familiar face to the Oregon family, having spent a combined 10 years at the UO.

Before joining the women’s basketball staff, she served as a Special Assistant to the Executive Senior Athletic Administration, working on special projects within the athletic department. Bergstrom worked on such major projects as the Matthew Knight Arena and the hosting of the NCAA Men’s Basketball First and Second rounds at the Rose Garden Arena in Portland.

Other duties included developing donor relationships, planning major student-athlete events and serving on the Athletic Diversity Action Plan team.

Bergstrom’s first position at Oregon was as an academic advisor for the University of Oregon Services for Student-Athletes, a position she held from July 2006-September 2008. She oversaw all aspects of university academic advising for student-athletes competing on various squads.

Bergstrom is a 2003 graduate of the University of Oregon with a degree in Family and Human Services. She went on to earn her Master of Science in Educational Leadership from the UO in March of 2005.

A four-time letterwinner on the Oregon softball team from 2000-03, Bergstrom was a first team Pac-10 all-academic selection in 2003. She served as a student services graduate assistant at Oregon from 2003-05 while obtaining her graduate degree, and spent the following year at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H., as the varsity sports coordinator, working with compliance, event management, student enhancement and special projects.