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Chandra Roberson
Chandra  Roberson

Position:
Director of the Annual Fund

09/21/2017

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02/02/2016

Signing Day Extravaganza Sold Out

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05/07/2015

FAU Athletics Launches MVP Internship Program

The program was created to help prepare student-athletes for life after college

Chandra Roberson joined the Florida Atlantic University staff in 2011 and is now in her third role as a member of the Owls' support staff.

As of May, 2014, Roberson serves as the development coordinator in the FAU Development office. Her roles range from managing Owl Scholarship Fund donations to organizing correspondence to the FAU supporters. In August 2017, Roberson was elevated to Director of the Annual Fund.

Prior to that, Roberson worked a year as the Administrative Assistant to Athletic Director Pat Chun and also was the human resources timekeeper for the department. Her main responsibilities involved coordinating the daily schedule of Chun, planning department events and ensuring that all human resource and payroll information was collected and submitted.

Roberson started at FAU as the guest services supervisor at football and basketball events in October of 2011, a position she would hold for nearly three years. She managed a staff of 10-20 guest services representatives. She and her staff were responsible for ensuring the satisfaction of fans and guests in the club and luxury areas of FAU Stadium and FAU Arena.

A volleyball student-athlete, Roberson earned a Bachelor of Science in Marketing with a minor in psychology at Southern Illinois University - Carbondale in 2010. She served as the team captain and holds the career block assist record for the Salukis. Roberson then received a Master of Business Administration in Sport Management from FAU in May, 2013.

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