Danie Daluisio currently is an Assistant Athletic Director of Compliance. In this role she is responsible for the department’s governance-related efforts including serving on various Name Image Likeness committees. She oversees the department’s Education Pod and is a member of the Senior Leadership Team responsible for governance and oversight of the Office of Athletic Compliance. She also provides compliance oversight to the men’s hockey and men’s lacrosse programs.
Daluisio is actively engaged at the national level. She has served on the Women Leaders in College Sports Membership Committee and the Professional Development and Education Committee. She was selected to serve as a mentor in the 2020-21 Mentorship Program and co-chairs the Legislation and Governance Circle. She is a graduate of Women Leaders Institute for Administrative Advancement (2013) and the Leadership Executive Institute (2020). Daluisio is also a member of the National Association for Athletics Compliance (NAAC). She has presented at the NAAC National Convention multiple times and serves on the Reasonable Standards Committee. In 2021 she was selected to participate in NAAC’s Athletics Compliance Elite Mentorship Program.
Daluisio is committed to student-athlete development and has been a facilitator at the NCAA’s Student-Athlete Leadership Forum in 2016, 2017, and 2020. In spring 2021 she was selected to be a facilitator at the NCAA’s inaugural Student-Athlete Leadership Training (SALT). At Ohio State she was also selected by her peers as the recipient of the Athletic Department’s Education Award in 2021. Outside of intercollegiate athletics she is a member of the Executive Board of US Lacrosse’s Central Ohio chapter where she is committed to growing the game and promoting diversity within the sport.
Daluisio came to Ohio State after serving as the Assistant Director of Compliance at Georgia Tech. Prior to Georgia Tech, she was a Post Graduate Intern in the NCAA’s Academic and Membership Affairs office. She also served as a compliance extern at the Ivy League conference offices in Princeton, NJ.
Daluisio spent two years as a graduate assistant at Temple University and completed internships with Minor League Baseball and the Arena Football League. Prior to starting her career in intercollegiate athletics Daluisio spent six years as a Senior Residential Advisor at Girard College, a boarding school in Philadelphia.
A native of Buffalo, New York, Daluisio was a volleyball student-athlete at Temple University where she received both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees. She and her husband Brandon Wright, a professor of Sport Administration at Ohio University, have four children.