Serving as Emory University's Senior Associate Director of Athletics and Senior Woman Administrator is Joyce Jaleel. She assumed her current duties in March of 2010.
Joyce oversees the Eagle Edge, a program of resources provided to Emory student-athletes including academic, athletic and personal growth. By providing university support in these areas, the Eagle Edge will help every student-athlete become the best student, the best athlete and the best person. She is responsible for all intercollegiate services for student-athletes including eligibility, academic progress, and award recognitions.
A member of the Emory Athletic Department since 1986, she served as Assistant Athletic Director prior to her current post.
Joyce serves on the Board of Directors and Selection Committee for the Emory Sports Hall of Fame, and is a former co-director of the Emory Sports Fitness Camp, a sports camp started by Dr. Clyde Partin, Sr. She has served on the Campus Life Assessment Team, whose efforts are to advance a culture of evidence-based decision making to improve the division’s programs and services.
Jaleel serves as the manager for NCAA Championships and UAA Championships. Emory served as the host of 16 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships, and was the host institution for the 2008 NCAA Golf Championships, held at Chateau Elan Golf Course.
“It’s a privilege to work at Emory University in Athletics and Recreation," Jaleel states. "We challenge ourselves every day to provide the very best programs and championship opportunities for our student-athletes, alumni, and all who visit the Emory campus.”
Joyce has a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of West Georgia. She resides in Decatur, GA.