» «
NAAC Selects 2017-18 Board of Directors

July 12, 2017

CLEVELAND -- The National Association for Athletics Compliance (NAAC) has announced the appointment of Dustin Gray, senior associate athletics director for compliance and sport services at the University of Pittsburgh, as President for the upcoming year.

In addition to Gray, Elizabeth Heinrich, executive senior associate athletics director/chief student development and compliance officer at the University of Michigan will move into the 1st Vice President role; Kristine Fowler, senior associate athletics director for sport administration at Indiana University moves to 2nd Vice President; and, as announced in March, Andrew Donovan, associate athletics director at the University of Tennessee will serve as the 3rd Vice President for the upcoming year.

"I want to thank Tricia Turley Brandenburg for all of her efforts as President over this past year and look forward to serving as President of NAAC during the upcoming year," said Gray. "Our Board looks forward to continuing to look for ways to get the membership engaged nationally and within our organizational structure."

In addition to the Officers, the following athletics administrators will serve on the Board of Directors for the upcoming year: Lisa Archbald, Northeast Conference; Bryan Blair, Rice University; Michelle Bronner, University of New Hampshire; Jim Curry, Florida State University; Shoshanna Engel, Georgia Tech; Tom Hosty, NCAA; Matt Jakobsze, Eastern Michigan University; Scott Larson, Lubbock Christian, Jason Leonard, University of Oklahoma, John McCammon, Western Kentucky University; Kris Richardson, NCAA; Eric Schneider, University of South Carolina; Katie Smith, University of Wisconsin; Rachel Strassner, University of North Carolina; and Trace Wilgus, University of Texas.

About NAAC: NAAC is in its 20th year and serves as the professional and educational association of senior compliance administrators. For more information on NAAC, please visit www.naaccompliance.com. NAAC is administered by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), which is in its 53rd year. For more information on NACDA and the 17 professional associations that fall under its umbrella, please visit www.nacda.com.