Jaime Seguin, deputy athletic director/senior woman administrator in athletics, has been named deputy athletics director at Boston College. In her new role, she will oversee internal operations and administration at BC.
“Jaime is a rising star in collegiate athletics and we are very fortunate that she has agreed to come ‘home’ to her alma mater,” Bates said. “She has a proven track record as an outstanding administrator and will play an integral role in the day-to-day operations of our department.”
Seguin joined the UMass staff in 2004 as assistant athletics director/business and personnel and was promoted to associate athletic director in 2005, executive associate athletics director/associate senior woman administrator in 2007 and deputy AD in March. Previously, she spent four years at the University of Hartford, the last three as the assistant AD for business and finance.
Seguin handled all fiscal matters for UMass Athletics for the past decade and recently shifted focus to the oversight of the student-athlete service units including student-athlete academic services, athletic training and strength and conditioning. She also oversaw the Campus Recreation Department.
“I would like to express my deepest appreciation to John McCutcheon and the entire UMass community for more than a decade of incredible opportunities and friendships that I will always cherish,” Seguin said. “I am grateful to Brad Bates and Leo Sullivan for the opportunity to return to my alma mater, and I am excited about the opportunity to help Boston College Athletics continue the quest for excellence.”
Seguin received her bachelor’s degree in economics and psychology from Boston College in 1999 before earning her master’s degree in sport management from UMass Amherst in 2000.