Megan Boone was hired by Stanford University on March 29, 2007 as the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance. Boone oversees operations associated with financial aid, eligibility, recruiting, and amateurism for the Compliance Service's Office. The office sponsors 35 sports made up of over 850 student-athletes. Boone also coordinates the rules education program for the Department of Athletics. Boone completed the NCAA Fellows Leadership Development Program in July 2008. She is part of several national committees through NACWAA and NAAC and also serves on the NCAA Athletics Peer Review Team.
Before getting hired by Stanford, Boone was the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance and Sport Supervisor at the University of Northern Colorado. She was in charge of overseeing the compliance program for 19 sports, and was the sport supervisor for men and women's tennis. During her time at UNC, Boone created an extensive rules education program for the school's transition into Division I Athletics. Her efforts resulted in UNC receiving recognition from the NCCA in regard to its gambling education efforts.
Before her job at UNC, Boone was the assistant athletics director for compliance and eligibility at New Mexico State University. Boone began her career at Mexico State as a compliance assistant in January, 1999 and was later promoted to assistant athletic director in August, 2002.
Prior to her job at New Mexico, Boone spent two years as a graduate intern in the University of Iowa's Department of Athletics.
Born in Rock Rapids, Iowa, Boone received a bachelor of science degree in sports management from Wayne State College in Nebraska in December 1996, with honors. Boone completed her master's degree in athletics administration at the University of Iowa in December, 1998. She is currently a candidate in the M.B.A. program at Upper Iowa University.
Boone is a national member of NACDA, NAAC, NACWAA, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletics (FCA).