Stritch will host a sport management symposium on Friday, April 4. The event
will run from 9 a.m. -2 p.m. in the Sister Camille Kliebhan Conference Center.
The symposium, “Selling a Product, Selling a Team, Selling
Yourself,” will feature keynote speaker Dr. William Sutton, Street & Smith’s
SportsBusiness Journal contributor and consultant to the NHL and NBA.
Other featured speakers will include Carl Manteau, director of group sales
for the Milwaukee Bucks; Michael Beloit from Destination Kohler; Nick Buerger, recreation supervisor for the City of
Greenfield; Jake McGhee, general manager for the Kenosha Kingfish Baseball
Club; Charlie Silverberg, sales representative for New Balance; and Nathan
Jaeckles, retail merchandising assistant for the Milwaukee Brewers.
The event is hosted by the sport science and management department and is open to all interested individuals. Whether you are just beginning your career or want to learn how to enhance
your professional profile, the symposium will accommodate all levels of
Alumni, students, faculty and staff are invited to participate.
The registration fee includes the symposium and lunch. Stritch alumni,
students, faculty and staff will receive a discounted registration fee of $10.
General admission will cost $25.
To register for the event, visit the Sport
Management webpage or contact Justin Calvert at email@example.com or (414)