Chris Graham Elected to Serve on NCAA Board of Governors

Whitewater High School Graduate Graham Elected to NCAA Board of Governors

Colorado Springs, Colo. – Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) Commissioner Chris Graham has been elected to serve as on the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Board of Governors as an ex-officio member for 2020. The one-year term is a result of Graham’s appointment as Chair of the NCAA Division II Management Council. Graham is a 1989 graduate of Whitewater High School.

“It’s an honor to serve Division II and the NCAA in this capacity,” stated Graham. “I’m especially proud to represent our outstanding institutions and representatives in the RMAC, and excited to work on behalf of all student-athletes.”

Entering his 7th year as RMAC Commissioner, Graham joined the RMAC after 10 years as Executive Director of the Midwest Conference. A 1993 graduate of Ripon College, Graham’s term on the NCAA Board of Governors will conclude upon the close of business at the 2021 NCAA Convention in Washington, D.C.

Graham is the son of Theresa Lee of Whitewater and Mike Graham of Waterford.

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