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Connor Meier
  Connor Meier

Assistant Athletic Director for Development


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Connor Meier was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director of Development in the summer of 2014. He spent the 2009-10 season as a development assistant for the Golden Hurricane and in August 2012 returned to Tulsa as the Director of the Golden Hurricane Club.

Prior to his return, Meier served as a development assistant for the University of Minnesota Golden Gopher Fund from 2010-11, and in 2011-12 was an athletic development assistant at Kansas State University.

At Minnesota, among his many duties, Meier assisted in the oversight of the premium seating program for TCF Bank Stadium's 37 private suites, 54 loge boxes, 295 indoor club seats and 1,250 outdoor club seats. He coordinated the internal processes of the Golden Gopher Fund, including data management, billing, invoicing, gift processing and donation collection. Meier also aided with the development o the Golden Gopher Fund's two-year plan and overall strategic plan.

During his time at Kansas State, Meier aided in the coordination of the K-State Ahern Fund's annual fundraising campaign with a goal of $12.7 million in donations and 7,700 total members for 2012.

In his one-year internship at Tulsa, Meier helped coordinate the annual fundraising campaign, totaling $2.6 million. He also assisted with creating and implementing a new member referral program, Gain A `Cane, for the Golden Hurricane Club.

Before his time at Tulsa, Meier spent four months as an athletic marketing assistant at Wichita State University. Prior to that, he spent two years as an educational resources assistant at Baker University.

Meier earned his bachelor's degree in sport management at Wichita State in 2010, and has pursued his master's degree from Kansas State in business administration.