Director of Yates Field House
Meg Dimsa currently serves as the Director of Campus Recreation – Yates Field House at Georgetown University. She has 14 years of diverse experience in Higher Education and prior to her role as the Director, Meg joined the Yates Field House team in 2009 as the Director of Fitness.
Along with a variety of National Fitness Certifications, Meg holds a Masters Degree in Executive Leadership Management from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, an M.Ed. in Kinesiology from Bowling Green State University and a B.S. degree in Sport Psychology from West Virginia University. With a true passion for academia, she is currently completing her Doctorate degree in Interdisciplinary Leadership at Creighton University.
In the Director role, Meg is focused on enhancing health, fitness, and physical wellness on Georgetown Univesity’s campus through unique opportunities for students to engage in physical activity participation (e.g., co-curricular) as a means to enhance mental health, academic performance (e.g., curricular), break down barriers to physical activity and highlight an inclusive atmosphere, while also creating a fun and engaging on-campus experience!
Before joining the team at Georgetown University, Meg was the Manager of Fitness and Facilities at the University of Missouri (MizzouRec). During her four years at Mizzou, she managed all areas of fitness including Personal Training, Group Fitness, Preventative Maintenance, equipment purchasing, and fitness staff management.