Greg Kershaw is a basketball operations coordinator for the Washington Wizards. He began as an intern with the team for the 2009-2010 season. A native of Brockton, Massachusetts, Greg graduated from The George Washington University in 2007. Greg received his Master’s in Sports Industry Management from Georgetown University in 2010, and currently serves on the … More Q & A with Greg Kershaw, Basketball Operations Coordinator with the Washington Wizards
Preston Barclay spent the summer of 2013 as a Premium Sales intern with the New York Mets. He is from the Boston area and will graduate from Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business in 2014.
Justin Horowitz is a 22-year-old baseball operations intern with the Boston Red Sox. This year is his second season with the team. Justin is from San Diego, California, and graduated from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University in 2013.
Amy Miller is a Sr. Marketing Coordinator with the Tampa Bay Rays. She has been working with the Rays since October 2010 and is involved in every step of the advertising process from media placement to creative design. Amy received her undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and her MBA from Georgetown University.
George Li begins his third season with the Raiders, his second in his present role. Li, who manages databases and develops research reports for coaches, player personnel and management based on statistical trends, was with the Raiders in 2011 as a defensive assistant. He previously spent five years as lead researcher at the NFL Network … More Q & A with George Li, Football Operations Statistical Analyst for the Oakland Raiders
Dean Oliver is the Director of Production Analytics at ESPN, leading the development of sports analytics for the network. He worked for seven years in the NBA with the front offices of the Denver Nuggets and Seattle Supersonics, using analytics to improve trades, free agency, the draft, and coaching tactics. The contents of his book, … More Q & A with Dean Oliver, Director of Production Analytics at ESPN and Author of Basketball On Paper
Nick Ennis is an Advance Scout for the San Diego Padres. Prior to joining the Padres, he interned with the Labor Relations Department in MLB’s Office of the Commissioner while earning his MBA from Columbia Business School. He is also a graduate of Georgetown University and began his career working in finance for an early-stage … More Q & A with Nick Ennis, Advance Scout at San Diego Padres
Brian Kopp joined STATS in 2008 to oversee overall corporate strategy and new business initiatives. In this role, Mr. Kopp is responsible for the company’s global strategy which includes new business initiatives and new product development. He also leads and participates in various corporate development transactions such as acquisitions, investments, and strategic partnerships. Mr. Kopp manages all … More Q & A with Brian Kopp, Vice President – Strategy & Development; Head of Sports Solutions Group, STATS LLC
A graduate of The George Washington University and of Georgetown’s Master’s program in Sports Industry Management, Ross Romano gained his first experience in the sports industry as an undergrad, interning with the Washington Nationals in media relations. He has since gained experience in college athletics, the non-profit industry, and multiple start-ups. Most recently, he has … More Q & A with Ross Romano, formerly with MLB and the Australian Baseball League
Keith Goldner is the Chief Analyst at numberFire, a sports analytics company designed to empower smarter decision-making. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Northwestern University with a B.A. in Mathematics. Keith has worked with three NBA franchises performing extensive statistical analysis and data management. In addition, he has worked with ESPN and the Wall Street … More Q & A with Keith Goldner, Chief Analyst at numberFire