Martin Jarmond was appointed as Executive Associate AD, Administration in November, 2012. In his role, Jarmond has day to day oversight responsibilities in internal and external operations and business advancement of the athletics department. Jarmond is the sport administrator for Football, Men's Basketball, Baseball, Men's Golf, Women's Golf, Pistol, Rifle and Spirit Squads. He is also responsible for football scheduling. Jarmond also represents the athletics department as a member of the Senior Management Council, the university leadership group that provides counsel to the President's Council. Nationally, Jarmond serves on the inaugural College Football Playoff advisory committee, the NCAA Division 1 Women's Golf Championship committee and is a member of the McLendon post graduate scholarship committee.
Jarmond joined The Ohio State University in 2009 as the Associate Athletic Director for Development. His duties included oversight of the Buckeye Club, major gifts, stewardship and donor relations, gift processing and community relations. In this role, Jarmond led the athletics development team during the $2.5B "But For Ohio State..." campaign, raising over $120M in a three year span.
Prior to joining OSU, Jarmond served as the Assistant Athletic Director for Development and Director of Regional Giving at Michigan State University. During his seven years, Jarmond helped the Spartan Fund set new fundraising records in each year of his tenure and was instrumental in the implementation of premium seating. He played an active role during the $1.2B Campaign for MSU, helping athletics raise over $126M.
A native of Fayetteville, NC, Jarmond graduated from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with a Bachelors degree in Communication Studies and a Minor in Leadership Studies in 2001. While at UNCW, he played basketball for the Seahawks, earning All-CAA Academic honors and helped guide the Seahawks to their first ever NCAA tournament appearance in 2000. Jarmond earned two Masters Degrees in Business Administration (2002) and Sports Administration (2003) from Ohio University in Athens, OH.
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