(*opendorse is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy has been named to six Pro Bowls and the NFL All-Pro first team three times. However, it is not only his accolades as a player that are notable. This past season, McCoy was nominated for the prestigious Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award, given annually to one player for outstanding community service off the field, as well as performing well on the […]
Cassidy Hubbarth has worked her way up to become one of ESPN’s top reporters.
(*MOAM is a Proud Partner of FOS) Working in sports, it can be easy to get caught up in the “grind.” While focusing on finishing the next task or getting the next promotion isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it’s important to remember the power that sport has from a human-development perspective. Through Managers on a Mission, Anna Cho (now director of basketball operations for the University of Virginia women’s basketball program) received a welcome reminder of this power. Cho’s curiosity about […]
Let’s take a look at some advice from three up-and-coming sports startup founders on their journeys to create opportunity.
Participants make connections with the people they serve alongside as part of MOAM — and this certainly was the case for TSU’s equipment manager.
In the buildup to Front Office Sports’ Digital Media Huddle presented by opendorse on February 22, we’re introducing you to the huddle leaders who will be lending their expertise to the conversation. Today, meet Tina Jain, manager of social and digital marketing with the NHL’s New Jersey Devils. She will be one of the leaders of the huddle, “Content in the Right Hands: How Distribution Makes All the Difference.” Jain began her career on the digital side of sports in […]
SponsorshipX is not your typical conference with boring speakers and sessions. With an annual multi-day event, it throws its attendees into the action.
The ‘Good Morning Football’ host took a number of odds jobs before finding her place in sports media. Now, it feels like Kay Adams is everywhere.
There is no shortage of opportunities to network, learn, build relationships and gain access to new experiences at tentpoles such as the Super Bowl.
The basketball superstar regularly speaks to audiences all over the world on how to lead and motivate teams.
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