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2014 DARREN BUTLER SPORTS BUSINESS FORUM OVERVIEW

The Ohio University Center for Sports Administration is proud to present the 2014 Darren Butler Sports Business Forum on October 31, 2014!

 

Designed for undergraduate students, the event gives an in-depth look at various professions within the sports industry. In essence, the Forum is an opportunity for Ohio University to bridge the gap between the undergraduate, graduate, and professional sports administration students, providing a chance to gain further insight on the industry and professional development.

 

Organizations present at the Career Fair will be announced soon!

 

SPEAKERS 

1 PM
Stephanie Anbino – HR Director, Legends

 

2 PM
Kelsey Cermak – Coordinator, NCAA Championships
Darryl Dionne – Director of Communications & Business Development, Professional Hockey Players Association
Emily Fuller – Consulting Manager, Wasserman Media Group

 

3 PM
Charlie Coon - Development Assistant, Purdue University
Edward Elowson – Stadium Operations Assistant, Carolina Panthers
Corey Poches – Growth Director, AGAR

 

4 PM
Evan Holmes – Director of SMG Business Operations, Mercedes Benz Superdome
Mitch Mann – Assistant Athletic Director - Development, Air Force Academy Athletics
Jessica Scott – Account Manager - Corporate Sponsorships, Oakland A’s

 

5:30 PM - KEYNOTE: SEAN OTHEN - Manager of Corporate Partnerships, Cleveland Browns
Sean Othen is the Manager of Corporate Partnerships for the Browns. As a “triple Bobcat,” Sean earned his undergraduate degree in Sport Management at Ohio University in 2008 along with an MBA in 2010 and an MSA in 2011. After spending a year with the International Speedway Corporation in Daytona crafting his sponsorship sales skills, the Hudson, Ohio native then took his talents back to the Cleveland area to work in his current role.

As Keynote, Sean will be in a unique position to speak about the sport business and corporate impact that Johnny Football and LeBron’s return have had on the Cleveland market. Moreover, his personal story regarding the quick ascent in his career path will resonate with undergraduate and graduate students alike since it wasn’t very long ago that he was in those positions here in Athens.