Meet The Staff
Jasmonn Coleman - Assistant Director of Athletics Development
Jasmonn joined the University of Richmond Athletics Department in 2008 and has served as Assistant Director of Athletics Development since November 2014. He is responsible for leading the fundraising efforts for athletics to include annual gifts, major gifts and capital campaigns. A 1998 graduate of Richmond, Jasmonn earned a Bachelor's Degree in Speech Communication. He also played in 42 games as a defensive end on the Spider football team. Jasmonn served as the football radio analyst for the Spiders from 2005-2014, including the 2008 National Championship season.
A native of Richmond, Jasmonn attended nearby Henrico High School and currently resides on the Southside with his wife Niko and son Dyson.
Allison Vogler - Spider Club Director
Allison was promoted to her current position in August, 2012. In this role, Allison will continue to work closely with Spider Club members while managing the annual contributions designated towards the Spider Club Annual Fund and discretionary funds for each intercollegiate sport. Her responsibilities include the cultivation and solicitation of Spider Club donors and prospects, strategic development, and management of fundraising communications.
Allison joined the Spider Club staff in August 2004 after 25 years in the travel industry. As Director of Spider Club Operations, she handled Spider Club data management, mailings, benefits and facilitated Spider Club donor events and special fundraising projects.
Allison graduated from Richmond in 1978. As an active alumni volunteer, she serves on the Greater Richmond Alumni Chapter board, Reunion volunteer, and the Arts Around the Lake committee. She is married to Jim Vogler `77 and they have two daughters, Amelia '11 and Erica, who graduated from Presbyterian College in 2015.
Lindsay Biggs - Spider Club Operations Coordinator
Lindsay joined the Spider Club team in March 2016. In this role, she will be working closely with athletic donors, creating and executing all member benefits, administering Spider Club benefits through donor recognition programs, as well as coordinating marketing and communication strategies.
Lindsay comes to Richmond from Florida State where she served as the Director of Recruiting Operations for the women’s basketball team as well as a Student-Athlete Services assistant in their Student-Athlete Development department. Prior to her time at Florida State she worked at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports in Third Party Sales and Programming.
Lindsay received her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Virginia Tech in 2010 where she was a member of the women’s basketball team and her master’s degree in Sport Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2013. Following her collegiate career, she played professionally in Israel and The Netherlands.