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Brandon Stevens is in his second year as Executive Director of the College of Charleston Cougar Club.

Stevens comes to the College of Charleston from James Madison where he was the Associate Director of the Duke Club. In that role he focused on raising funds to support the JMU student-athletes, donor relations and volunteer management. This past year, Stevens helped the Duke Club raise a record $1.2 million for the annual fund. 

Stevens served as Assistant Director of the Duke Club for one year before being promoted in September 2007 to his recent position. While at JMU, he led 10 Duke Club Regional Chapters and managed the Graduate and Student Duke Clubs.

Prior to his arrival at James Madison, Stevens worked as a Group Sales Representative for the Montgomery Biscuits, "AA" affiliate of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. He managed nearly 1,000 customer accounts and set the sales record for first-year group sales representatives. 

While completing his master's degree at Marshall, Stevens worked in the Business Office, Big Green Scholarship Foundation, and Athletic Marketing Department.  He served on the Board of Governors, was Student Body President and completed an internship with the Miami Dolphins.

 "The ability to generate resources, which provide scholarships for our student athletes, is crucial to the future success of Cougar athletics," said Hull. "The goals we have set for our athletics program are ambitious. Brandon Stevens will help us reach those goals. He is a tireless worker who will build strong relationships in support of the College of Charleston. We are excited to have Brandon join our team."  

"I am passionate about the importance of investing in our student-athletes," added Stevens.  "It's an honor to be a part of College of Charleston athletics where traditions and success run deep. My wife Megan and I are excited to be Cougars and call Charleston home."

Stevens earned an undergraduate degree in business administration and a master's degree in athletic administration from Marshall in Huntington, W.Va. A native of Barboursville, W.Va., Stevens is married to the former Megan Barriteau of Milton, W.Va.


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