Sport Management Alumni
The BGSU Sport Management program prepares
students to go on to successful careers in numerous areas. There are
many ways for alumni to become involved from mentoring students,
speaking opportunities, and attending events. For example, Simone Eli, a graduate of
the Sport Adminstration program, spoke to students and faculty about
her experiences at BGSU and as a sports anchor. This event was
hosted in part by the Richard A. Maxwell Sport Media Project and
Sport Management program.
SPORT MANAGEMENT/SPORT ADMINISTRATION ADVISORY BOARD
The sport management and sport administration advisory board serves an important role for both the undergraduate and graduate programs. Alumni from around the country consult with the faculty on curriculum and assist in expanding field experience opportunities. Additionally, alumni serves as guests speakers in various classes and for the Human Movement, Sport and Leisure Studies Homecoming Symposium in the fall.
Board members serve three-year terms and are appointed by faculty recommendation. Interested in becoming a member of the advisory board, email your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
||Director of Guest Services & Stadium Experience
Green Bay Packers
|Anthony Burel||Regional Sales Manager
|Jackie Cuneen||Professor Emeriti
||Senior Director of Communications
|Kelly Hyne||Vice President
|Richard A. Maxwell
||Senior Director of Broadcast Services (Retired)
National Football League
|Britney Tarrant||Academic Success Specialist - W.P. Carey School of Business
Arizona State University
|Megan Valentine||Assistant Director of Athletics & Recreation
State University of New York, Fredonia
||Director of Operations
LPGA Marathon Classic
ALUMNI FEATURED STORIES
Hometown: Pontiac, Michigan
Undergraduate Degree: BGSU B.A. General Business Studies, Minor Interpersonal Communication 04'
M.Ed. Sport Management 07' Graduate Assistantship: BGSU Student-Athlete Services
Why Human Movement, Sport and Leisure Studies:
"As an undergraduate student at BGSU I worked in the athletics department and when it was time to pursue a master’s degree there was no doubt in my mind that I would stay in Bowling Green and apply for the Sport Management masters program. I started the program part time while I worked full-time in Athletic Marketing and eventually decided to enroll full-time. "