Jackets Without Borders' trip to build a court in Costa Rica was a complete success
Maureen Tremblay joined the Georgia Tech Athletic Association as the Total Person program coordinator in June 2017.
In this role, Tremblay oversees all of the career programs and professional development opportunities for student-athletes. Additionally, she coordinates with the Letterwinners Club to support the young alumni group and connect former student-athletes with resources at Georgia Tech. She also assists with all other Total Person program events and workshops.
Tremblay came to The Flats after one year as a graduate assistant of student-athlete development at Clemson University where she oversaw the leadership and team culture initiatives for all sports. While at Clemson, she was the SAAC advisor, facilitated the Tiger Leadership Academy, ran team-building programs, and oversaw four sports teams in career development and community service.
Prior to pursing a master's degree in athletic leadership, she was a member of the Oregon State University women's track & field and cross country team from 2011-16 and a three-year captain for the Beavers. Tremblay was honored two times as the Most Inspirational Track Athlete, and upon graduation was awarded as the OSU 2016 Scholar-Athlete of the Year. She earned bachelor's degrees in exercise & sports science and health education, and a minor in psychology.
A native from Gig Harbor, Wash., Tremblay is a member of the National Association of Academic and Student-Athlete Development Professionals (N4A) and Women Leaders in College Sport.