Ryan Raposo

Athletic Director

Men and Women's Cross Country Head Coach
Current Team
Years 1
Alma Mater University of Florida
Emailrraposo@fnu.edu
Phone (305) 788-4232
Hometown Miami, FL
About Ryan Raposo

Ryan Raposo was promoted to become Florida National University’s fourth Athletic Director on March 27th, 2020. He previously served as FNU’s inaugural men’s and women’s cross country and campus character liaison.

Prior to joining FNU, Raposo served for two years at St. Thomas University where he assisted with cross country and helped develop a brand new track & field program. In that time, he helped contribute to multiple Sun Conference team runner-ups, multiple NAIA national qualifiers, and the track team’s first individual Sun Conference champion. Raposo is United States Track & Field (USATF) Level 2 certified in Endurance events, Sprints / Hurdles / Relays, and Jumping events.

Administratively, since 2006, he has worked with Miami-Dade County Public Schools’ Greater Miami Athletic Conference (GMAC) and Miami School Athletics Program (MSAP), as well as the Florida Athletic Coaches Association where he served on their FACA Board of Directors from 2013-16. And since 2009-10, Raposo has been on the Junior Orange Bowl Committee and the Dade County Fair & Expo Committee helping coordinate their annual youth athletic events.

Prior to collegiate coaching, Raposo served for over a dozen years as high school teacher, and track & field and cross country program director. Over the years as an event coordinator and meet director he helped host more than 200 track & field meets, cross country meets, and road races for local middle schools, high schools, colleges, and the South Florida running community.

Raposo has a Master’s degree in Sport Management from the University of Florida with a specialization in Athlete Performance and Development, and is a certified Athlete Development Specialist (PAADS). His Bachelor’s degree is in Psychology from Florida International University. He resides in Miami (Kendall), FL with his girlfriend.

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