TaRonda Randall brings direct experience with Division I NCAA compliance issues to her institutional clients who seek to operate within all NCAA guidelines.
Through her work as an athletics compliance officer at two major NCAA Division I institutions, TaRonda gained first-hand experience in the complex issues these institutions face, including analyzing NCAA legislation, drafting and submitting waivers and Level III violations of NCAA bylaws, as well as assisting with infractions investigations. In addition, she completed the NCAA Postgraduate Internship Program at the NCAA National Office, where she gained valuable experience with the NCAA enforcement staff.
TaRonda is a member of the National Association for Athletics Compliance (NAAC) and Women’s Leaders in College Sports. In 2016, she was named a “Rising Star” award recipient by Women Leaders in College Sports. She received her J.D., Certificate in Public Interest Law and the Order of Samaritan Award upon her graduation from the University of Alabama School of Law.
TaRonda graduated magna cum laude from the University of Alabama at Birmingham where, as a women’s basketball student-athlete, she served as a team captain and Vice-President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. During her time at UAB, she received the Conference USA Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award, Conference USA Spirit of Service Award, Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal, and Jim Castaneda Postgraduate Scholarship.