Dr. Amy Giddings: The Evolution of Coaching – Work in Sports podcast

Being a coach means you are always in the public eye, but rarely understood. Dr. Amy Giddings from Temple University joins the Work in Sports podcast this week to discuss the unknown world of being a coach. Hi everybody, I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the Work in Sports podcast… […]

Lauren Sisler: SEC Network Sports Reporter – Work in Sports Podcast

Lauren Sisler, sports reporter for the SEC Network, hasn’t had an easy road to her award-winning career on camera. She’s battled, persevered and thrived through tragedy. This is a story you won’t forget.    Hi everyone, I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the Work in Sports podcast… We all have […]

Gloria Nevarez: Going Beyond Labels – Work in Sports podcast

West Coast Conference commissioner Gloria Nevarez is the first Latina commissioner of a Division 1 conference – but she’s much more than that. In this episode of the Work in Sports podcast, we go beyond the labels. Today’s Sponsors: To learn more about the Georgetown Master’s program, you’re invited to attend an upcoming webinar on […]

Bryan Srabian: A Giant in Sports Digital Media – Work in Sports Podcast

Bryan Srabian is the guy behind the San Francisco Giants digital media and content success story, and he joins us this week on the Work in Sports podcast! Hi everybody, I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the Work in Sports podcast. Today’s Sponsors: Temple University – Master’s in Sports Business! […]

Dior Ginyard: Senior Player Manager, NFLPA – Work in Sports podcast

Dior Ginyard, NFLPA Senior Player Manager joins the Work in Sports podcast!  Hi everybody, I’m Brian Clapp Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the Work in Sports podcast. Imagine for a second you had complete clarity in your life at let’s say 12 years old. You knew what you wanted, you wanted to […]

Zac Logsdon: Old Hat Creative Sports Marketing Agency – Work in Sports Podcast e160

When you own a sports marketing agency you have to stay up with the changing demographics of your target audience. In this weeks podcast, Zac Logsdon, founder of Old Hat Creative sports marketing agency, and I dig deep into today’s sports audience, how to attract them to games, engage and grow with them. This is […]

Lewie Pollis: The Power of Sports Analytics – Work in Sports podcast e158

Sports Analytics is all the rage in the sports industry – but what does it really look like to be in research and development? Lewie Pollis, Lead Quantitative Analyst, Amateur Scouting for the Philadelphia Phillies gives us an inside look at the world of sports analytics. Today’s sponsors: Temple University Masters in Sports Business Georgetown […]

Social Responsibility in a Changing Sports World – Work in Sports Podcast e156

The role of corporate social responsibility in sports has taken on a larger profile in the industry, now representing a bigger, more impactful role in sports organizations of all sizes. Learn more about these sports roles from Tiara Brown, Charlotte Hornets Manager of Corporate Social Responsibility. For more information on the Master in Sports Business […]

Tripp Keister: Player Development in Professional Sports – Work in Sports Podcast e154

Tripp Keister is the winningest manager in Potomac Nationals history, but he doesn’t care about that, what he cares about is player development. Hi everybody I’m Brian Clapp, Director of Content for WorkinSports.com and this is the Work in Sports podcast… Since the day we started this podcast I have had fans ask repeatedly – […]

Lee De Leon: The Business of College Sports – Work in Sports Podcast e152

Lee De Leon, Purdue University Executive Senior Associate Athletic Director and Assistant Vice President of Development joins the Work in Sports to discuss working in the big business of college sports! For more information on the the Master in Sport Business Leadership program at Seattle University email them to receive more information at MSBL@seattleu.edu or call 206-398-4610 to […]

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