Jane Caldwell is in her 12th year as a member of the Wake Forest athletic department. She currently serves as Associate Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Services and Assistant to the Dean of the College.
In her role, Caldwell oversees the entire counseling program, which assists Deacon players with academic counseling, tutorial guidance and all study hall sessions during the year. Caldwell works directly with the men's and women's basketball teams and the women's tennis squad.
Caldwell has twice been named the Wake Forest men's basketball team MVP, winning the award in 2002 and again in 2007. Caldwell boasts an impressive track record, as she has been instrumental in seeing that every senior over the past 12 seasons has received his degree in four years.
In 2010, Caldwell was asked to be a trainer in the Gatekeeper Diversity Education Program for Wake Forest employees.
Prior to joining the Wake Forest staff, Caldwell worked for 15 years at US Airways where she coached and developed airline employees in courtesy and customer service skills.
Caldwell earned her bachelor's degree from UNC Greensboro and then went on to earn a master's degree from Wake Forest in 1982.
Caldwell and her husband, Wayland, reside in Winston-Salem with their two children, Patrick and Erin.