Ramy Mosbah joined the Karin L. Bone Athletics Study Center in August 2013 as an academic coordinator, working with men's and women's cross country and track & field.
From July 2012 to June 2013, Mosbah served the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), where he served as the interim manager of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics (N4A). In that role, he oversaw the N4A Board of Directors, Membership Divisions and Membership Committees, while providing sponsorship activation and organizational support for the 38th Annual N4A National Convention. He also assisted the oversight of the Division 2 Athletics Directors Association (D2 ADA) and the Minority Opportunities Athletic Association (MOAA).
As an Athletic Performance Assistant from June 2009 to May 2012 at the University of Missouri, Mosbah directly mentored and served a diverse male and female student-athlete population from 18 sports teams. His primary responsibility was assisting the Tiger football program in all aspects of speed and strength training while overseeing all programming and training implementation of men's golf and women's tennis. Aside from his collaborative efforts with the Sports Medicine, Sports Nutrition and Sports Psychology departments, Mosbah was a departmental liaison to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) in efforts to improve lines of communication and advocacy of the student-athlete experience. He also co-directed the Mizzou Athletic Performance Internship Program, which included supervision and guidance throughout the internship, reviewing resumes and conducting interviews.
Also during his time at Missouri, Mosbah helped engage the student-athlete population in various aspects of career discovery and professional enhancement through the Total Person Program, and he collaborated with members of the Tiger Scholarship Fund to learn how to effectively work with donors for maximum results.
The Cedar Rapids, Iowa native earned his bachelor's of arts degree from Central College in exercise science in 2009. While attending Central, Mosbah competed as a linebacker for the football team. He then received his master's of educational and counseling psychology degree from Missouri in 2012, in health education and promotion.