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Peak Performance Coaching Staff
Drew Galbraith
Senior Associate Athletics Director for Peak Performance
Coach Info:
Position: Senior Associate Athletics Director for Peak Performance
Alma Mater: William & Mary
Graduating Year: 1995
Experience: 12 Years
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Drew Galbraith came to Dartmouth in 2004 and spent a dozen years contributing to the success fo the athletics department. He is currently a Senior Associate Athletics Director as well as the Executive Director of Dartmouth Peak Performance (DP2), coordinating programs designed to position student-athletes to achieve the highest levels of physical, intellectual and personal growth during their Dartmouth career. Galbraith also serves as a liaison to health professionals who work with Dartmouth student-athletes, including Dartmouth Health Services and physicians from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.

Galbraith arrived as Associate Athletics Director for Compliance and Administration and filled additional roles before being named Senior Associate Athletics Director in 2008. He has overseen the student services areas since his arrival.

He also serves as sport administrator for football and DP2 and is a member of the department’s senior leadership team.

Galbraith recently finished a six-year term on the NCAA Skiing Committee and serves on the NCAA Administration Cabinet. In 2014, he was appointed chair of the NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Committee for the first of two years.

After starting his professional career in media relations and broadcasting at William & Mary then Virginia Commonwealth, Galbraith completed stints in compliance at both William & Mary and Nebraska Omaha.

He earned both his B.A. (1995) and J.D. (2002) from the College of William & Mary.