Athletics Coaching Staff
Armani Dawkins
Assistant Director of Athletics for Student-Athlete Development
Coach Info:
Position: Assistant Director of Athletics for Student-Athlete Development
Alma Mater: Nevada-Las Vegas
Graduating Year: 2008
Experience: 3 Years
Phone: 508-793-2571

Armani Dawkins is in her third year as assistant director of athletics for student-athlete development at the College of the Holy Cross in 2017-2018. Dawkins is a member of the senior athletic staff with primary responsibilities around creating and implementing a robust series of programming to emphasize and improve the development and welfare of Holy Cross student-athletes. She also serves as the sport supervisor for the field hockey program.

Dawkins joined the Crusaders after working at Duke University from 2010-2015. She most recently served as the special assistant to the vice president and director of athletics, where she handled oversight responsibilities for the athletic director’s routine commitments including SAAC, public relations obligations and correspondence. In addition, Dawkins assisted the director of athletics with responsibilities for the Division I NCAA men’s basketball committee, United States Olympic Committee and Advocates for Athletic Equity. She also had oversight responsibility for all the executive administrative operations. She previously held positions with Duke as the assistant director of Iron Dukes for special events, and assistant director of administrative operations and human resources.

Prior to her time at Duke, Dawkins served as a branding and communications intern for the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

Dawkins is a 2008 graduate of the University of Nevada-Las Vegas with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and media studies. She was a member of the Rebels’ women’s soccer team, helping lead the squad to three Mountain West Conference titles while earning Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors. Dawkins went on to earn a master’s degree in strategic public relations from George Washington University in 2015.