Todd Brooks has served as Berry College’s Director of Athletics for eighteen years. He served as the A.D. from 2002 to 2013 before spending two years as the Director of Athletics at Christopher Newport University in 2013. Brooks returned to Berry in the summer of 2015.
He oversaw the transition at Berry from NAIA membership to Division III status and served on the committee which assisted in the design of the $32.5 million Cage Athletic and Recreation Center completed in 2008. He helped navigate the planning of Valhalla, the track & field and football stadium and the planned conversion of Richards Gym into a training facility. He also oversaw construction of the softball field, renovated practice fields and competition field for men’s and women’s soccer and a new indoor batting facility to the Berry baseball field.
Under Brooks' leadership, Berry athletics over doubled from 10 to 21 sports. Berry athletes have won numerous championships, including Southern Athletic Association titles by several programs. Other program successes include three IHSA Equestrian National Championships.
His accomplishments at Berry also include earning the 2011 Berry College's Staff Martindale Award of Distinction and the 2008-09 and 2004-05 Southern States Athletic Conference Athletic Director of the Year.
A native of Anderson, Indiana, Brooks is a 1987 graduate of Milligan College in Milligan, Tennessee. He earned his Master of Arts in Education in 1990 from Tusculum College in Greenville, Tennessee.