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Alli Slater
Alli  Slater

Position:
Director of Facilities and Operations


Alli Slater joined the department's facilities and game operations staff in 2015. She works with the sports of football, women's soccer, wrestling, men's lacrosse and men's and women's track and field. Slater's duties include oversight planning and management of home athletics events, staffing and facility scheduling. She assists with the bid process and coordinates the hosting of Atlantic Coast Conference and NCAA championships and serves as the events manger for those activities. She also provides administrative support for summer camps and clinics.

Prior to arriving at Virginia, Slater worked as the assistant director of facilities and events at VCU for two years. She served as the game manager for men's and women's soccer, women's basketball, track and field and baseball. She was the tournament manager for several Atlantic 10 and NCAA Championships events hosted by VCU in addition to other special events held at the Siegel Center.

Slater has assisted Virginia football game day operations during the 2013 and 2014 seasons, operating the command center at Scott Stadium.

From 2012 to 2013 she was the facilities, operations and events coordinator at Maryland, working with the Terps' NCAA champion field hockey and women's lacrosse programs. The previous year she worked as an event management coordinator at James Madison working with several of the Dukes' Olympic sports programs.

Slater earned her undergraduate degree in sports management from Towson in 2008. She completed her MBA with a concentration in sports management from the University of Baltimore in 2011.

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