Amy Crosbie was named the Associate Athletic Director and Senior Woman Administrator at Weber State University in March of 2010.
As the Associate Athletic Director, Crosbie works directly with the Director of Athletics and more specifically oversees Compliance and Academics, and is a sport administrator for the following sports; Men's and Women's Golf, Men's and Women's Tennis, Softball and Volleyball.
Crosbie participates on various Big Sky and Weber State University committees and in 2016 was a recipient of the Dixon Award for demonstrating a career of excellence and going above and beyond the call of duty to support students.Crosbie is a graduate of the 2012-13 NCAA Pathway Program class, which is a year long program designed to enhance the professional skills of women and people of color who seek to become athletics directors through education, training and mentorship.
For the past seven years, Crosbie has been a facilitator for the National Consortium for Academics and Sport in the Mentors in Violence Prevention and Branded a Leader programs working with intercollegiate athletic departments, NASCAR and the NBA. In addition, she most recently served as a lead trainer for program delivery, working with the NCAA to develop curriculum for their annual Leadership Forum and Leadership Academy Workshop.
Prior to being named Associate Athletic Director, Crosbie spent 7 years as the Assistant Director of Student-Athlete Services at Utah State University where she was an Academic Advisor and the CHAMPS Life Skills Director for the Department of Athletics. During her time at Utah State she fulfilled academic duties for Men's Basketball, Men's Golf, Women's Softball, Soccer, Volleyball and Men's and Women's Track and Field. She also chaired the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and taught the athletics section of connections, USU 1010, which is taught to all incoming student-athletes during the fall semester.
Crosbie spent two years as an assistant coach for the Aggies Volleyball program prior to working in academics.
Crosbie was a four-year letter winner for Utah State's volleyball team from 1997-2000 as an outside hitter and helped lead the Aggies to their first-ever NCAA Tournament in 2000 as USU advanced to the second round.
Crosbie earned a bachelor’s degree in Family and Consumer Science from Utah State University in 2002 and in 2012 she earned her master’s degree in Professional Communication from Weber State University.
She was born and raised in Visalia, California and attended Redwood High School. Amy and her husband Jeff have three children: Kiera, Ellie, and Carter.