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Jordin Williams


Jordin Williams has dedicated her life to the field of sport and leadership development. She is a former collegiate athlete with 20 years of leadership experience within collegiate recreation and student affairs. Her professional career began in 2005 when she spent 4 years at Temple University within their collegiate recreation program. In 2009 she went to Delaware State University where she has been able to build a leading HBCU campus recreation department that offers a comprehensive student staff development program that prepares and consistently places students in career positions across the country.

Jordin brings a unique and diverse array of skills within the higher education spectrum.

Ms. Williams brings specialized expertise in the areas of collegiate recreation, student leadership development, sport facility operations, and strategic planning and assessment. She has over 10 years of experience serving on both the Title IX and DEI committees, and has served as Chair of the Student Affairs Professional Development Committee, Chair of the Student Affairs Strategic Planning; Assessment Committee, and lead instructor for the University Customer Service Initiative.

Ms. Williams is a transformational leader who believes any team can be made stronger through effective leadership and communication of a shared vision. She views her current position as Executive Director of Wellness and Recreation as a true blessing and privilege that provides her the opportunity to use sport as a way to prepare students for success in life. She has been recognized many times over the years by receiving awards and leadership positions such as Risk Manager of the Year, Student Affairs Vice Presidents Award, National Intramural Sports Association (NIRSA) Founders Award, Co-Chair of NIRSA HBCU Taskforce, Campus Rec Magazine Expert Covid-19 Panelist, and the Matrix Project COURAGE Leadership Team.

Jordin earned a BA in Business Management and an MS in Sport Administration from Indiana University of PA. She is a 2014 Leadership Central Delaware graduate and a 2022 Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame inductee.

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