Martin Jarmond joined Boston College in June 2017 as the William V. Campbell Director of Athletics and has made an immediate impact at The Heights. Jarmond’s leadership has helped change the climate and culture in and around Boston College Athletics as his positive energy and passion has helped drive the Eagles’ momentum on and off the field.
Jarmond orchestrated the first strategic plan in Boston College athletics history, a comprehensive, five-year set of goals and aspirations that seeks to advance the program by fostering student-athlete formation, strengthening competitive excellence, increasing external engagement, and enhancing facilities.
Jarmond was most recently appointed to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Oversight Committee and is also part of the ACC Basketball Task Force. In addition, Jarmond serves on the John McLendon Minority Scholarship Foundation Board of Directors.
Before arriving at The Heights as the youngest athletic director of any Power Five institution, Jarmond served as the deputy director of athletics at Ohio State, arriving in Columbus in 2009 as an associate athletics director for development. Jarmond was a member of the NCAA’s inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship Advisory Group and the Rose Bowl Advisory Committee.
SportsBusiness Daily Journal recognized his contributions to intercollegiate athletics by naming him to its prestigious Forty Under 40 two times as part of the Class of 2017 and the Class of 2019.