Hired in September of 2017, Bryson Collins is one of the newest staff members of the NJCAA national office. In his role as the assistant director of championships, Collins will aide in all processes for NJCAA Championships as well as other special events like the association's annual board of directors meeting. In addition, he will assist with in sponsorship development efforts.
Before joining the NJCAA, Collins was the graduate admissions specialist at Pfeiffer University (NC) for two years. While at Pfeiffer, Collins managed the admissions of three different graduate programs, assisted in social media presence, and aided revenue development efforts for the university.
Collins played NJCAA soccer at Patrick Henry (VA) where he earned an associate degree in sports management before earning a bachelor’s degree in business administration at Roanoke College (VA).
While out of the office, Collins enjoys playing soccer, watching college sports (Go Hokies!), playing FIFA and spending time with friends and family.
NJCAA Chief Executive Officer Chris Parker on Bryson Collins:
“Bryson is a former NJCAA-student athlete who has experience working with championships and public relations in the field of sports. He is a great asset to our team and we are very lucky to have him with us.”