Jon Fuller has been a member of the University at Buffalo athletic communications department since 2002.
In 2012, he was promoted to assistant athletic director for communications. He oversees an office responsible for directing, planning and implementing all communications, media relations and publicity for Buffalo’s 16 men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletic teams. He is the direct contact for UB’s football and wrestling teams.
He has served as the radio host of UB Football Insider with Lance Leipold that airs weekly on ESPN 1520 AM.
Fuller handled all media responsibilities for All-American linebacker Khalil Mack – the fifth overall selection in the 2014 NFL Draft and highest drafted player in school history.
In 2009, Buffalo’s athletic communications staff received the Super 11 Award by the Football Writers Association of America as a sports information department that exemplified excellent media relations.
Fuller was originally hired as an assistant athletic communications director in July, 2002. He originally worked with the men’s and women’s soccer, men’s basketball and baseball teams. He was promoted to athletic communications director in 2005.
Fuller came to Buffalo from San Francisco State University where he served as sports information director from 2000-02. He oversaw the publicity efforts of the Gators’ 16 intercollegiate athletic teams.
A 1995 graduate of Temple University with a degree in journalism, Fuller returned to Temple in 1998 and served as a graduate assistant in the Owls’ sports media relations office for two years while earning his master’s degree in sports administration.
Fuller began his career in sports communications in 1997 as the media relations director with the Memphis Chicks Baseball Club - the AA affiliate of the Seattle Mariners.
A member of the College Sports Information Directors of America, Fuller lives in Buffalo with his wife, Dawn Reed, daughter, Nora and dog, Chaney.