Keiko Price ’01 has been appointed assistant vice president of campus life and Clyde Partin, Sr., director of athletics at Emory University. In her new role, Price will oversee an intercollegiate athletics program and will also be responsible for recreation and wellness programs. In December, she will begin the transition into the position, to which she brings 14 years of administrative leadership and academic support experience. She was previously Senior Associate Athletics Director at University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, where she served as sports administrator for several teams, including men’s basketball.
A native of Hawaii, Price was a key member of the UCLA Women’s Swim team from 1997 through 2000, earning All-American honors all four years and Pac-12 All-Academic honors three times. She was named the team’s Outstanding Freshman, was Most Valuable Swimmer three times and won the team’s Academic Excellence award twice. She was the 1999 Pac-12 100-yard freestyle champion.
Price majored in African-American studies at UCLA and earned her M.A. in education at UC Berkeley in 2004. From 2007 to 2010, she was Assistant Director, Athletic Academic Resource Center, at Stanford University, after which she was Director of Football Student-Athlete Development at UC Berkeley.