Jim Booz, former Associate Athletic Director for Compliance at the University of Virginia, was named Sr. Associate Athletic Director for Compliance at the University of Georgia in October 2011.
Booz has been serving as the Associate Director of Athletics for Academic Affairs at Virginia since June, 2007. He held the UVA compliance position from June, 2004-07.
Prior to joining the Virginia staff, Booz served as Assistant Athletics Director for Compliance at Vanderbilt University from 2000-2004. He had originally joined the Vanderbilt staff in 1995 as an academic counselor before being named Director of Eligibility and Summer Programs in 1998.
Booz received his undergraduate degree in Physical Education and Sport Management from the University of Tennessee at Martin (1995) and masters degree in higher education administration from Middle Tennessee State University (1998).
He has been involved in numerous institutional and national programs and committees including the UVA Presidential Leadership Program, UVA Student Information Core Advisory Committee, National Association of Athletic Academic Advisors Strategic Planning Committee, NCAA Peer Review Team member, and Division 1-A Athletics Directors Institute participant.
He and his wife, Christine, have three children: Claire, Maggie, and Frances.