Company Overview of National Collegiate Athletic Association
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Key Executives for National Collegiate Athletic Association
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Administration
Managing Director of Legal Affairs and Associate General Counsel
Vice President of Legal Affairs and General Counsel
Vice President of Communications
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National Collegiate Athletic Association Key Developments
National Collegiate Athletic Association Appoints Tim Cost to the Division I Board of Directors
Aug 30 16
Tim Cost, president of Jacksonville University, has been appointed to the Division I Board of Directors for the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Cost, who made headline during his own college career for his baseball prowess, serves on the NCAA Presidential Forum and NCAA Division I Sport Organization Committee, and is the chairman of the Atlantic Sun Conference President's Council. The board he now joins serves as the overall governing body for Division I, with responsibility for strategy, policy, governance and membership, legislative oversight and management oversight. Cost will serve alongside leaders from the Atlantic Coast Conference, Big Ten Conference, Big 12 Conference, Pac-12 Conference and Southeastern Conference, as well as several others.
National Collegiate Athletic Association Announces Executive Appointments
Jul 21 16
University of Vermont President Tom Sullivan has been selected to serve as the Vice Chair of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division I Presidential Forum. The Presidential Forum's charge is to assist the NCAA Division I Board of Directors in accomplishing its strategic mission in the Division I governance structure. It is also charged with ensuring that the NCAA core value involving presidential leadership of intercollegiate athletics at the campus, conference and national level is achieved. The Forum is comprised of one president or chancellor from each of the 32 Division I conferences. Sullivan, who has led UVM as its president since 2012, has served as the America East representative to the Forum since its inception in 2015. The NCAA also announced that Stony Brook University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D., who already serves on the Division I Board of Directors, was named to the Board of Governors.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association and IMG Announce New Long-Term Partnership
Mar 24 15
The National Collegiate Athletic Association and IMG announced a broad partnership agreement that will center on marketing rights with the National Association of Basketball Coaches and Women's Basketball Coaches Association, and will also include extended rights for publishing programs, licensing agreements, and assistance with championship ticketing sales. Under the terms of the 10-year agreement, NCAA and IMG will broaden their relationship in several new key areas: Sales representation of the NABC and WBCA programs at various club meetings, awards shows, professional development programs, fantasy camps, marketing symposia, and other events throughout the year. Ticket sales to select NCAA championship events run by a new operation in Indianapolis that will be managed and staffed by IMG Learfield Ticket Solutions. The agreement extends IMG's current publishing and licensing representation services to the NCAA: IMG, the exclusive licensed publisher and vendor for all NCAA championship game programs, including both print and digital formats, will continue to cover all 90 NCAA Division I, II and III championships in 23 sports, held at over 600 sites annually. Through its licensing affiliate, the Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC), IMG will continue to manage the NCAA's trademark licensing program, as well as the equipment supplier program for NCAA championships. This also includes the sale of officially licensed NCAA products, such as NCAA championship basketballs, baseballs, volleyballs, and softballs.
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