Nathan Fry has been on staff at Harvard since 2003, when he joined the department as Director of Compliance. He was subsequently promoted to Assistant Director of Athletics in 2005, then Associate Director of Athletics in 2008.
Fry serves as the primary sport administrator for men’s and women’s basketball and men’s and women’s golf. Additionally, Fry oversees the admissions and recruitment process for athletics, the compliance department, the scheduling and travel department, and campus relations. He created the Crimson Captains Leadership Program in 2007, and worked in partnership with the Dean of the Faculty to establish the Faculty Fellows Program in 2008.
In addition to his responsibilities with athletics, Fry lives in-residence at Harvard as a Freshman Proctor, providing academic and social guidance to Harvard freshmen. Fry is a member of the Board of Freshman Advisers at Harvard and works with several student life committees at Harvard, including the Calendar of Opening Days Committee, the Student Advisory Board, the College Committee on Hazing, and the Campus Community Collaborative with the Office of Alcohol and Other Drug Services. He is a member of the prestigious Christian/Segal Traveling Fellowship Prize selection committee and the Shaw Summer Traveling Fellowship selection committee at the Office of Career Services.
Fry earned a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Southern Indiana in 1999 and completed a Master's degree in sports administration at the University of Southern Mississippi in 2001. He was the featured speaker at the 2008 Distinguished Alumni Speaker Series at the University of Southern Indiana. He previously served as an Assistant Director with the Council of Ivy Group Presidents, from 2001 until his appointment at Harvard in 2003.
Fry and his wife, Michele, are parents to son Parker and twin daughters, Kendall and Annabelle. They reside in Apley Court on Harvard’s campus.