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July 14, 2015

PITTSBURGH—Dan Bartholomae, who serves as an executive associate athletic director at the University of Pittsburgh, has been elected president of the National Association for Athletics Compliance (NAAC) for 2015-16, the organization announced.

   NAAC is the professional and educational association of senior compliance administrators in collegiate athletics. In his capacity as president, Bartholomae will oversee an association of more than 1,000 members encompassing Divisions I, II and III. 

   “I want to thank NAAC’s past president Josh White for his leadership of our organization as well as the contributions of our sponsors and members,” Bartholomae said. “The 2015-16 academic year is an important one for our membership and it is exciting to be in a capacity to engage them in ways that will continue to enhance the compliance profession.”

   “This is a tremendous and well-deserved appointment for Dan,” Pitt athletic director Scott Barnes said. “Dan is a great asset at Pitt and highly respected nationally in his profession. The NAAC membership will benefit greatly from his knowledge and leadership as president.”

   Entering his 14th year at the University of Pittsburgh, Bartholomae oversees compliance and administration for the Panthers. His responsibilities include administering the governance and compliance program for Pitt’s 19 intercollegiate sports, oversight of athletic scholarships and financial aid as well as administrative oversight of the football program, facilities planning and equipment services. 

   Bartholomae is a 2002 graduate of Indiana University with a bachelor’s degree in public policy. He completed his MBA from Pitt in 2008.


Pitt's Dan Bartholomae Named NAAC President for 2015-16

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