Jeremy Greenleaf, CJ’s current assistant athletic director, will take on a new role as the director of athletics at the beginning of June.
“I have had a great opportunity to work with Jeremy over the last year,” said John Marshall ‘86, principal. “I’ve seen key qualities in Jeremy that have enhanced our current programming and will serve our students at the next level both in athletic participation, their faith life, and their general impact to the CJ community.”
Greenleaf, who was born in Spain, came to reside in Beavercreek in 1990. He graduated from Beavercreek High School where he played football, basketball and baseball. He then attended Morehead State University were he played football and earned a bachelor’s degree in sports management.
In addition to his role as the assistant athletic director, Greenleaf has five years football coaching experience. He was a coach at Urbana University for two years, a coach at Fairborn High School for one year, and has been a coach with the Eagles’ football team for two years.
“Over the last two years it’s been a pleasure to see and be a part of our athletic programs and see the student athletes and facilities grow to be among the very best in the area,” Greenleaf said.
“I feel athletics has an integral role in the CJ mission of educating the whole person. I look forward to continuing to build upon the traditions of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur and the Marianists.”
In addition to his new position at CJ, Greenleaf also recently married his wife, Marissa. The couple resides in Beavercreek.
Posted May 3, 2018