Nate Weyant returned to Rollins in July, 2016 as the Assistant Athletic Director for Strategic Communications after spending the previous year as Marketing Manager at the Central Florida Sports Commission. While at the CFSC he was charged with promoting the company and served on marketing teams for the FHSAA Football Finals, American Athletic Conference Men's Basketball Championship and Copa America Centenario games played in Orlando. He also assisted in the bid process that led to WWE WrestleMania 33 coming to Camping World Stadium.
Weyant first joined the Rollins Atheltics Department in 2003 and was named Sports Inforamtion Director in 2005. In 2007, he was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic Communications. His office is charged with supporting and promoting Rollins' 22 varsity sports to students, fans, alumni and the community. In addition to overseeing communications efforts, Weyant also serves on the Anchor Club executive committee, Hall of Fame Committee and has sports oversight for men's and women's swimming, men's and women's cross country and men's golf.
Weyant originally came to Rollins in the fall of 2003 as a sports information intern, working with the Tars' men's and women's soccer, women's basketball and baseball programs throughout the year. He then served as Manager of Community Relations and Marketing at Seminole Community College for 10 months before making a return to Rollins.
A native of Bettsville, Ohio, Weyant earned a B.A. in Communications with a journalism/public relations concentration from Wilmington College (Ohio) in 2003. He was a three-year member of WC's sports information staff, working with football, soccer and basketball while also serving as Sports Editor for the College's student newspaper.
He is married to Rollins Assistant VP/ Dean of Students Meghan (Harte) Weyant and they have two sons, Jack and Thomas. They reside in Winter Park.
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