Moravia Central School District Athletic Director Todd Mulvaney has been selected to receive the 2023 New York State Athletics Administrators (NYSAAA) Chapter IV Judith Ann Knight Positive Change Award. Todd was nominated by his peers and voted by the NYSAAA board as the recipient of the award.
The Judith Ann Knight Positive Change Award is earned by a New York State athletic director who demonstrates a passion to enhance positive change, has strong leadership skills, and the ability to mentor. The award recognizes Mulvaney’s commitment to positive change within his community and the association.
Mulvaney has been in the Athletic Director role at Moravia CSD for three years and has worked in the district for six years. He is responsible for the Physical Education curriculum for all students K-12. He also oversees the district’s community fitness center and has been the varsity boys’ basketball coach for 16 years. He has built an elite, competitive basketball program which has been to the NYS Championships four times, winning the state title in 2017.
Mulvaney works tirelessly in the community supporting athletics at every level and is a volunteer coach for boy’s youth basketball, football, baseball, as well as girls’ basketball. Born and raised in Moravia, he completed his undergraduate work at SUNY Brockport. He then attended SUNY Cortland where he received a master’s degree in Health along with his CAS.
He has been married to his wife Jessica, a speech-language pathologist for MCSD, for 17 years. They have two children – Juliana and Dominic.