Pick a role in the basketball world, and there's a good chance Dana Johnson has filled it at some point. But if she was born just a couple of decades earlier, Johnson doesn't know whether she would've had the same opportunities. Johnson earned All-America honors as a center at Western in 1991, which drew the eye of Pat Summitt. At Tennessee, Johnson reached the national championship game in 1995, and after graduating, she played professionally in France, Hungary and the American Basketball League, before beginning her coaching career. In 2002 when Johnson accepted the boys head coach position at Southside Academy, she became the first female coach in the metro area to lead a boys varsity team. Without the Title IX legislation, Johnson, now the athletic director at Dunbar, believes she still would've been a coach and a teacher but doubts she would've been able to play professionally.