The Campus Recreation Board, created in 1995, provides guidance for the activities, programs, and services to be offered through the Leach Center, Fitness & Movement Clinic, Rec SportsPlex, Main Campus Fields, Westside Courts, FSU Reservation, and other departmental facilities.  The Board represents the University community and ensures that facilities, services, and amenities shall be offered in order to meet the needs and interests of the University community.

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Kimberly Caufield is a junior majoring in criminology and education. This is her 2nd year on the CREC board. Kim is also a student director for Guest Services at the FSU Reservation and serves on the Campus Recreation Leadership Council. She is involved in Lady Spirithunters, Lambda Alpha Epsilon and Relay for Life. Kim’s goals for the Rec Board is to continue to build relationships with SGA as well as making the Rec Board more visible to the student body.



Roderick Moore is a transfer student who received his AA from Tallahassee Community College and is majoring in Social Science Education. While attending TCC, he was the Vice-President of the Black Student Union and a member of the Black Male Achievers.




Tristan Waterbury is a student in FSU’s Actuarial Science program. Since fall of 2015, he has been a brother of Sigma Pi fraternity and was recently elected to the position of Herald. His goals as a member of Rec Board are to create an environment where any student can find his or her niche, and as part of that, to construct a batting cage for the Main Campus Fields. His hobbies include bouldering and anything involving a bat and a ball. He is a diehard Chicago Cubs fan!



Nick Lopez is a sophomore majoring in finance and accounting. Nick was previously the founder and president of the National History Day club and currently works as a scan clerk at Radey Law Firm in Tallahassee. Nick is also on the Dance Marathon committee for Chi Phi. Nick’s goals for serving on Campus Rec Board this year are to make improvements to the Leach and increase involvement in intramural sports.




Madison Yurubi is a junior majoring in Creative Writing and Geography. She is a Guest Services representative at the FSU Reservation, a Relay for Life Team Ambassador, a mentor for PeaceJam Southeast, and former rower. She volunteers her time with FSU Circle K, assisting the surrounding community. This year on Rec Board, her goals are to increase awareness of on and off-campus resources involving Campus Recreation. 


nicolas rice

Nicolas Rice is a senior studying Economics with a concentration in Business Organization and Regulation with a minor in Business, History and Information Technology.  Nic was Fitness and Recreation officer during his time at the United States Air Force Academy. While a member of Campus Rec Board, he hope to make fitness programs more accessible to the Florida State University community, as well as the surrounding areas. In his spare time, he enjoys snowboarding and investing in Bitcoin.




Mark Bertolami

Mr. Bertolami is a Faculty Staff Representative on the board, and currently serves as the Director of Facilities Planning and Space Management at FSU. Mark oversees the University's master plan and develops the University's annual fixed capital outlay budget. Mark has been with FSU for 29 years and this is his second year on the Rec Board. Mark is a Miami native however bleeds garnet and gold.


Christopher C. Graham is a faculty/staff representative and higher education administrator. Chris currently serves as the Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life for one of the largest fraternal communities in the country. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Winston-Salem State University. He went on to earn a master's degree in College Counseling Student Development in Higher Education from the 2nd ranked counseling program in the country at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Chris aspires to become a chief student affairs officer and ultimately become a college president. He is passionate about underrepresented populations, especially the access, persistence, and success of Black male collegians. He is an active member in the Southern Association of College Student Affairs, NASPA, Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors, and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.


Rose-May Frazier currently serves as the Director of Advising First within the Division of Undergraduate Studies at Florida State University. She leads an engaging team of advisors and college life coaches whose primary focus is student retention and graduation. The seeds of Rose-May’s commitment to student success are rooted in her experience as a 1st generation college student. Prior to joining Advising First, Rose-May served in numerous capacities with the Center for Academic Retention & Enhancement (CARE). These roles included the Associate Director, Summer Bridge Coordinator, academic advisor, counselor, academic success coach and a program participant. Other higher education work experiences which have developed her comprehensive expertise in student retention were as a fitness instructor, mentor, trainer, and a housing resident assistant. Rose-May earned both a Bachelor of Science in Food, Nutrition and Exercise Science and a Master of Science in Sport Management from Florida State University. She is in the process of completing a Doctorate of Philosophy in Educational Leadership at Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University.

ANGELA SEHGAL, Ed.d, atc, lat

Dr. Angela Sehgal is a full-time faculty member with Florida State University's Nutrition, Food, and Exercise Sciences Department, where she serves as the Program Director for the Athletic Training Education program. The FSU Athletic Training Education Program is nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education. She is also the Associate Director of the Institute of Sports Sciences and Medicine and a graduate faculty member in the Sports Sciences Master’s Degree major in the NFES Department.