Dec. 18, 2017
WASHINGTON - Georgetown University Senior Associate Athletics Director for Business and Finance/Senior Woman Administrator Sharon Brummell has been named to the NCAA Committee on Sportsmanship and Ethical Conduct. Her appointment began on December 7 and continues through August 31, 2019. At that time, she will be eligible for reappointment.
"I am honored to have been appointed to the NCAA Committee on Sportsmanship and Ethical Conduct," said Brummell. "I will fully support the committee's mission to improve the condition of sportsmanship and ethical conduct in all aspects of college athletics."
The NCAA's member schools and conferences established the NCAA Committee on Sportsmanship and Ethical Conduct in 1997. The committee includes representation from all three Divisions.
The committee's mission is to improve the condition of sportsmanship and ethical conduct in all aspects of college athletics by developing and implementing strategies that foster greater acceptance of the value of respect, fairness, civility, honesty and responsibility.
Brummell manages the daily activity of the business office and serves on the athletic director's senior staff. She currently oversees the athletic budget and provides strategic advisement to the athletic director on matters including contracts, revenue agreements, departmental policies and procedures and scholarship support for all 29 sports. Brummell also serves as the administrator for women's basketball, volleyball, softball and men and women's track & field.
Brummell came to Georgetown after nearly 20 years at the University of Maryland-Eastern Shore. In her final six years, she served as an associate director of athletics and the senior woman administrator for the university.
Brummell is an active member of CABMA, NACWAA, NACDA, and MOAA. She is currently serving on the NCAA Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee and is a graduate of the 2013 NCAA Pathways Program, an initiative that serves to assist minority and/or women administrators to prepare through education, training and mentorship to become athletic directors.