Matt Borman

President & Chief Executive Officer

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Matthew Borman, who has overseen record-setting efforts over a 17+ year career in collegiate athletics fundraising, was named President and Chief Executive Office for Tiger Athletic Foundation (TAF) in April of 2021.

Borman joined TAF after serving as the Deputy Athletic Director at Georgia since 2017. During his four years at Georgia, Borman oversaw the most successful fundraising period in the history of Bulldog Athletics. He led the department to unprecedented success with over $140M in a 4-year span including surpassing 1,200 donors to their major giving initiatives.

Prior to his time at Georgia, Borman served as West Virginia’s lead fundraiser and the executive director of the Mountaineer Club. Under his leadership, fundraising at West Virginia reached record levels with his efforts leading to a new basketball practice facility, weight room and team room for the football program and a women’s soccer practice facility. Borman also served as a member of the senior leadership team for the WVU Foundation, the university's fundraising arm.

Prior to West Virginia, Borman had fundraising stints at Old Dominion University (2007-2008), Army (2005-07) and James Madison University (2003-05). While at Old Dominion he was the Director of Major Gifts and helped raise more than $2 million annually through premium seat sales, annual contributions, endowments and naming rights opportunities. At West Point, he was Assistant Athletic Director for Development and oversaw an annual fund that increased donations by 52 percent to an all-time high of $2.78 million. At JMU, he helped increase the annual fund by 45 percent in 2005.

Borman, a native of Williamsburg, Va., received his bachelor's degree in business administration from Lynchburg (Va.) College in 2001 and a master's degree in sport management from West Virginia in 2003. He and his wife, Carter, have two daughters, Mary Carter and Winnie.