Allison Marx has served in her current role since July 2018. She provides support to executive associate athletics director, Brittney Whiteside, as well as field hockey, volleyball, softball, men’s lacrosse, men’s golf, wrestling, and men’s and women’s track and field/cross country.
Previously, Marx was the administrative assistant for UVA’s athletics media relations and video services departments from September 2015 – July 2018.
Marx returned to Virginia in September 2015 after serving as a graduate assistant in the office of student-athlete development at Arizona State. During her time in Tempe, Marx helped coordinate the academic support programs for student-athletes, including tutoring, mentoring, study halls and computer lab programs. She served as an academic mentor for highly at-risk student-athletes, helping them with instruction related to study skills, time management and overall academic success.
A 2014 December graduate of the University of Virginia, Marx completed her bachelor of arts degree in studio art in three and a half years. As an undergraduate at UVA, Marx was the lead student football operations assistant. Her duties included a bevy of tasks including managing head coach Mike London’s correspondence, assisting with recruiting on game day, assisting with travel itineraries, accommodations and manifests for away games, and interviewing, hiring and training new student workers.
Her work in the football office garnered her the 2013 Virginia Football Office Wahoo Award accolade and the 2014 Virginia Football Office Sabre Award.