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Natasha Wilson is entering her fourth year as a member of the Golden Bulls athletic staff, serving as the Associate Athletic Director/Compliance Coordinator and Senior Woman Administrator.
Currently, Wilson oversees all day to day compliance related tasks along with providing interpretation and education of NCAA DII legislation for all campus constituents. In addition to compliance responsibilities, Wilson also serves as a sport administrator for bowling, women’s basketball, cheerleading, men’s & women‘s cross country/track and field, and men’s & women’s tennis. She plays an essential role in managing internal and external operations for the department.
Prior to this position, Wilson worked for six years at fellow Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) institution, Lincoln University of Pennsylvania. She began as the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance and the department’s Senior Woman Administrator in 2006. Wilson was elevated to the role of Associate Athletic Director in 2010. While at Lincoln (PA), She was instrumental in revamping the compliance policies and procedures as well as successfully transitioning the athletic department from NCAA Division III to Division II. 
Wilson currently serves as President of the CIAA Compliance Director’s Association and Vice President of the CIAA Senior Woman Administrator Association. In fall of 2014 Wilson completed her four year stint on the NCAA’s DII Nominating Committee where she represented the Atlantic Region and CIAA. Wilson is also an active member of the National Association of College Directors of Athletics (NACDA), Minority Opportunities Athletic Association (MOAA), the National Association of Athletics Compliance (NAAC), and the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA). 
 

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