Saturday's event will honor Wake Forest's achievements during the 2013-14 season
Demon Deacon student-athletes hand out year-end awards to their peers
Project Pumpkin gives Deacon student-athletes another opportunity to give back to the community.
Athletics staff and student athletes took part in the Santa's Helper program, providing gifts for children in need
Julie Griffin has been the director of the CHAMPS/Life Skills program since 2001. She assists student-athletes in personal and career development while overseeing community involvement.
Griffin, a Nashville, Tenn. native, graduated from Wake Forest University in 1969 with a degree in Psychology. She began working within the university starting in 1971 and served as Varsity Club Director in the WFU athletic department from 1985-2001.
In her current role, Griffin advises the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), coordinates volunteer activities and the Athletes Care Team (ACT) and provides opportunities for personal and professional growth for WFU student-athletes.
Griffin currently resides in Winston-Salem with her husband, Cook ('65). The couple has one son, Ryan, who graduated from Wake Forest in 2000.