Jocelyn Gates Biography
Jocelyn Gates is a Senior Associate Director of Athletics for the Ohio State Buckeyes. She is the Wife of Coach Dennis Gates.
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Jocelyn Gates Age, Birthday
She has not revealed her exact age, date of Birth, and Birthday.
Jocelyn Gates and Dennis Gates
Jocelyn is the Wife of Coach Dennis Gates. Her husband is the head coach of the Missouri Tigers men’s basketball team. Dennis and his wife have three children namely Avery, Duke, and DJ.
Jocelyn Gates Boston College
Jocelyn spent four years at Boston College. She had been Associate Director of Athletics and Senior Woman Administrator at Boston College. Prior to this, she served at South Florida, Duke, and the NCAA.
She had a member of the Boston College Athletics staff since July of 2017. In her Role, she had administrative responsibilities for such areas as sports medicine, compliance, student-athlete development, strength and conditioning, and human resources.
Jocelyn Gates Wikipedia
Mrs. Gates is a Senior Associate Director of Athletics with the Ohio State Dept. of Athletics. In her role, she has oversight of Ohio State’s football program. She spent the previous 4 years at Boston College.
In her capacity, she will serve as the liaison to the offices of Compliance and Student-Athlete Support Services, and University partners as well as administer the department’s Diversity and Inclusion area and will have oversight of an additional sport.
Prior to her time in Boston Jocelyn held eld positions at Duke University including special assistant to the vice president/director of athletics and was a senior associate athletics director/senior woman administrator at the University of South Florida.
At NCAA national headquarters in Indianapolis, she was the diversity and inclusion, post-graduate intern. She holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Howard University.
For Four Seasons at the Institution she was a member of the women’s soccer program and earned. She also attended Georgia Southern University where she got a master’s degree in kinesiology-sport psychology.