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Mammoth Adds Kenya Landers to Business Development Team

Ronnie Murphy

VP of Client Strategy

February 28, 2024 

Mammoth Adds Veteran Texas Athlete and School Administrator to Business Development Team 


WAXAHACHIE, TX—Mammoth on Wednesday announced champion athlete, veteran coach, and long-time school athletic and educational administrator Kenya Landers is joining the team as Director of Business Development in Texas.  


Landers will be based out of the Dallas/Fort Worth area, working with athletic departments all over the state to dream, plan, and design state-of-the-art sports facilities.   


“Kenya brings passion and energy everywhere she goes,” said Assistant VP for Business Strategy Jeremy Capo. “Her winning spirit developed as a champion athlete and coach, combined with dynamic leadership as a school administrator make her a formidable addition to the Mammoth team.” 


Landers most recently held an Educational Leadership position in Waxahachie ISD. She said the transition to Mammoth from education is exciting because of the chance to offer a great experience for other administrators through a customer service first mentality.  


“Mammoth is a relationship-driven company,” Landers said. “I am thrilled to leverage my experience as an athlete, coach, and administrator to serve Texas athletes, coaches, and administrators.” 


Landers’ resume includes a notable career on the basketball court. She was part of the Duncanville High School girls' basketball team that were 1997 UIL Texas State Champions. The Pantherettes ended that season 40-0.  

She secured the 1999 NJCAA National Championship with Trinity Valley Community College and was recognized as the 2000 Region XIV Point Guard of the Year.  


She finished her collegiate career at the University of Texas at Austin, where she was starting point guard and team captain. She led the Longhorns to the NCAA Sweet 16 in 2002.  


She was invited to the WNBA Training Camp by the Phoenix Mercury and then played professionally from 2002 to 2004, competing in Israel, Turkey, and Spain. 


Landers also used her leadership abilities to experience success as a coach. She and Trinity Valley Co-Head coach and husband Michael Landers won the 2012 NJCAA National Championship title. Their team ended the season with a record of 36-0. 


She also coached in the Big 12 and SEC at Oklahoma State and Louisiana State University. 


She and Michael have two daughters Michaela 13, and Larkyn, 11.  They spend their free time watching them compete in youth sports, most notably softball.  


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