Jocelyn Fisher joined the University of South Florida staff in July of 2013 in the role of Assistant AD for Administration. She was promoted to Senior Associate AD/SWA in May of 2014. In this capacity, Fisher has oversight responsibilities for Academics and Student-Athlete Enhancement, and also serves as the departmental Title IX liaison. She has sport oversight for women’s basketball, men’s and women’s golf, and football scheduling.
Fisher joins USF after spending over four years at Duke University as the Assistant Director for the Iron Dukes Annual Fund (2011-2013) and as Special Assistant to the Vice President/Director of Athletics (2009-2011).
Prior to moving to Durham, Fisher worked at the NCAA headquarters in Indianapolis, IN, as a Postgraduate Intern in the Diversity & Inclusion department.
Fisher is a member of the National Association for Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), National Association for Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA), Black Coaches and Administrators (BCA), and a graduate of the NCAA Leadership Institute. She also served as a facilitator for the 2009-10 NCAA D-I Regional Leadership Conference and 2010-11 NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum.
A native of Wilmington, DE, Fisher is a 2003 graduate of Howard University where she lettered four seasons as a member of the women’s soccer program. After receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Howard, she earned a Master’s Degree in Kinesiology-Sport Psychology from Georgia Southern University in 2008.