Kristin Williams

Adjunct Professor, Sport Management

Kristin leads course(s) related to the NCAA, guiding and educating students in the process and purpose of the NCAA actions and work.

Kristin has worked in intercollegiate athletics since her second year of law school. Her first full time position was at Tulane University as the NCAA Compliance Coordinator. She has been with the Mid-American Conference since 2013 initially as the Director of Compliance. Since then, she has been promoted to the role she now serves as the Senior Associate Commissioner for Institutional Services/Senior Woman Administrator.

Education

  • B.A. in Philosophy and Religious Studies, Santa Clara University
  • Cleveland Marshall College of Law, Juris Doctorate

Fun FActs

Kristin went to law school knowing that she never wanted to practice law, but went to law school to improve her potential ability to get a job in collegiate athletics. During her undergraduate career she had four jobs, one was to manage and oversee the operations of marathons and triathlons, another was as a research assistant and helping to author a Dummies book (Historical Jesus). Recently she learned she had to eat a gluten free diet and really misses garlic bread more than anything.