Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU)


Speaker Series presented by Southern New Hampshire University Sport Management

 

Jonathan Goode on 2/11/13

As Vice President of the Lowell Spinners and the Nashua Silver Knights as well as co-founder of the Future Collegiate Baseball League, Jon Goode is an established professional within the baseball industry. Jon has also authored three children books with Boston sport favorites Glen Davis, Danny Woodhead, and Jonathan Papelbon and is set to come out with a fourth featuring Bruin, Milan Lucic in the fall. Jon will be touching on his career path, his experience in the baseball industry, industry tips, as well as sharing his expertise on the sport industry. For more information on Southern New Hampshire University and the Sport Management department follow @SNHUSM on Twitter.

 

 

 

Joshua Milne on 12/5/12

Joshua Milne has over 10 years of experience working with executives in a variety of professional sports including MLB, NASCAR, NBA, figure skating, the Olympics, professional tennis & indoor lacrosse. Joshua previously worked at Elevate Communications, a public relations agency in Boston, working with clients including Fenway Sports Management, Roush Fenway Racing, Deutsche Bank Championship, Head of the Charles Regatta, the Boston Blazers and Staples Champions Cup. Before working at Elevate Communications, Joshua was the Sports Marketing Public Relations Specialist at John Hancock Financial Services. He managed media activities for corporate-sponsored local, national and international sports & community relations events with MLB, the Olympics, the Boston Marathon & Champions on Ice. Earlier in his career, Joshua spent eight summers working with the public relations team at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway assisting reporters in the media center, press box & the credential office

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