I have taught university courses since 2004, when I began teaching Sport Marketing courses at Columbia College-Chicago in addition to my full-time job as a Public Relations and Marketing Manager for a professional motorsports team. During this time, I developed a strong passion for teaching and it played a major role in my decision to return to school to pursue my Ph.D. Over the past 17 years I’ve had the opportunity to teach a wide variety of sport management courses both in-person and online.

Accompanying a group of NYU undergraduate and graduate students in the Wimbledon press conference room during a Summer Study Away program in London in 2017.

Undergraduate Courses:

  • Applied Research
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Ethics in Sport
  • Facility Management
  • Introduction to Sport Management
  • Legal Issues in Sport
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Sales Management
  • Sociology of Sport
  • Sport Journalism
  • Sport Marketing
  • Sport Public Relations & Communication
  • Strategic Management

Graduate Courses (Master’s, MBA, & Ph.D.)

  • Applied Research Methods
  • Governance in Sport
  • Intercollegiate Athletics Seminar
  • Professional Sports Franchises
  • Sport Business & Innovation
  • Sport Consumer Behavior
  • Sport Marketing
  • Sport Media & Public Relations
  • Sport Sponsorship
  • Strategic Management

I try to incorporate as many hands-on learning opportunities as I possibly can in my courses, and have collaborated with industry partners whenever possible to give my students exposure to sport management practitioners.

I have also brought in numerous speakers from organisations such as Back on My Feet, Brisbane Broncos, Chicago White Sox, Droga5, Excelle Sports, Indiana Pacers, Indiana Sports Corporation, Indiana University Athletics Department, Lucas Oil Stadium, New York Road Runners, Nielsen Sports, San Francisco Giants, Sport Manawatu, Street Soccer USA, United States Tennis Association, USA Diving, USA Gymnastics, USA Track & Field, and the Women’s Sports Foundation.

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