Greg Offerman was named assistant director of compliance in July of 2011. Among Offerman's duties with the Badgers are managing squad lists and certified eligibility lists, administering the National Letter of Intent program and NCAA Student Assistant Fund, and monitoring playing and practice seasons as well as countable athletically related activities. He also maintains the Compliance Assistance database (CAi) and participation records, oversees the completion of NCAA, Big Ten, and institutional reports, and serves as the staff liaison to the student office of financial aid and the division of university housing.
Prior to his appointment at Wisconsin, Offerman served as the graduate assistant for athletics compliance and student services at the University of Northern Iowa for two years while he earned his master's degree in physical education/sport psychology. Offerman earned his bachelor's degree in real estate and financial management from the University of Northern Iowa, where he was also a member of the track and field program.
Offerman also gained two years of experience as an assistant track coach at West Waterloo high school in Waterloo, IA where he coached multiple conference and state champions in the sprints, hurdles, and relays. Prior to that he assisted in the operation of the Waterloo Bucks, a summer collegiate baseball team in the Northwoods League.
A native of Charles City, Iowa, Offerman resides in Madison with his wife, Kelsey.