Donnie Maib has been the Head Coach for Athletic Performance of Olympic Sports at the University of Texas since 2011. Donnie oversees all aspects of athletic performance for most of the sports on the UT campus. Donnie originally came to the University of Texas after four successful years at the University of Colorado where he worked as an assistant with all varsity sports. From 1998-2007, Donnie was an assistant coach at the University of Texas working primarily with football and various other Olympic sports. In 2007, he was promoted to Associate Coach for Football, and ultimately, to his current position. Donnie is certified by the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association. He was honored at the 8th Annual National Conference of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association in May 2008 with the certification of Master Strength and Conditioning Coach (MSCC), the highest honor for a coach in the strength and conditioning field. Donnie has been a licensed and ordained minister since June of 2008 and has served on the Renovate launch team from its inception in 2015. He is also a highly desired national speaker on the topics of leadership and personal growth. A native of Tennessee, Maib graduated from the University of Georgia in 1992 with a degree in Art. He and his wife Karen have four daughters, Isabel (16), Anna (14), Evelyn (12), and Olivia (11). They reside in Cedar Park, Texas.