Reggie Minton serves as deputy executive director of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC). He served as associate executive director from August 2000 until he was named deputy executive director in 2004.
As deputy executive director, Minton is responsible for working on issues that directly affect college basketball and its coaches, while assisting Executive Director Jim Haney with NCAA legislation to improve the game for players, coaches and fans. He is the NABC liaison with the Coaches vs. Cancer program, a partnership between the NABC and the American Cancer Society. This partnership has raised over $85 million since its inception.
Minton is also responsible for the exempt basketball tournament that the NABC sponsors - the Hall of Fame Classic. He works closely with the NCAA on all matters pertaining to their common interest, including NABC Convention preparation.
Prior to joining the NABC, Minton coached college basketball for more than 30 years as both an assistant and head coach. His 16-year coaching career with the United States Air Force Academy, the longest coaching tenure in the academy’s history, concluded when he was named the 2000 Mountain West Conference co-coach of the year.
Minton, who was also the head coach at Dartmouth College, has been active throughout the years with USA Basketball and coached the U.S. team to a gold medal at the 1993 World University Games. He serves as chairman of the selection committee for the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame; is a member of the NIT selection committee; and the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Board of Trustees. A past chair of the NCAA Basketball Rules Committee, Minton has served on numerous other committees including the NCAA Diversity Leadership Strategic Planning Committee, the Men’s College Basketball Partnership, and the Men’s Basketball Academic Enhancement Group. He served as a consultant to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Issues Committee from 2002-2011 and presently serves on the NCAA Ethics Coalition and the Men’s College Basketball Officiating Board of Managers LLC.
A retired military officer who served in the United States Air Force for more than 20 years, Minton was a collegiate standout at The College of Wooster (Ohio). The Connecticut native was an alternate for the 1964 U.S. Olympic basketball team and earned All-Air Force and All-Armed Forces recognition from 1964-69.