|Position:||Director of Football Administration and Alumni Affairs|
|Alma Mater:||Pitzer College, Calif.|
Greg Lamb was promoted to Columbia University's Director of Football Administration and Alumni Affairs in July 2014 after spending five years as the Lions video coordinator.
In his current role, Lamb is responsible for handling the program's budget, overseeing the Columbia Football Players Club, managing the video department and office technology and serving as the program's liaison with compliance and enrichment services.
A 2009 graduate of Pitzer College in California, Lamb served Pomona-Pitzer's football team manager and video coordinator during all four years of college.
While at Pomona-Pitzer, Lamb oversaw football team operations, including training, player and video equipment. He edited game and practice film and collaborated with opponents for tape exchanges. At the same time, Lamb trained and supervised a staff of four students to break down game and practice film.
Lamb also served as the baseball team manager and statistician during his time at Pomona-Pitzer. In that role, he assisted in the sports information office and helped handle the equipment before and after games.
A native of Southern California, Lamb graduated from Pitzer with a bachelor's degree in economics and politics. In 2012, he completed his Master's degree in Sports Management at Columbia.