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Giavanna Garsey | Chair

Giavanna Garsey | Chair

Giavanna is a senior in the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management with a concentration in Hospitality Operations and a General Business. Giavanna has always had a passion for helping others and felt that she could do so in the hospitality industry. She is currently an Ambassador for Temple University, where she gives tours of campus to prospective students and their families. This past summer she worked as a recreation intern for the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort Marina and Spa, in Cambridge Maryland. This was the first time she moved away from home and was able to gain so many experience from working at a resort, in a supervisory role. Upon graduation, she hopes to continue her passion for the hospitality industry by working as a Corporate Management Trainee.

 

 

 


 

Robert Brown

Robert Brown

Robert Brown was born in Ohio, but was raised in South Jersey by his mother and grandparents. He has one sibling; a brother who had a great influence on Robert’s passion for sport. After graduating from Camden County College in Sport Management, Robert enrolled at Temple University to obtain a Bachelor’s Degree in Sport and Recreation Management. He is currently a senior and is expecting to graduate from Temple University in May 2016. Over the summer of 2015, he completed an internship with the Wilmington Blue Rocks, a minor league baseball team. Also, he has worked soccer and field hockey games for Temple University, as well as volunteered for The Ike Foundation, a new company founded by professional bass fisherman Mike Iaconelli. Working all through college, Robert has acquired a great work ethic and became highly motivated. For his senior internship, Robert is currently seeking a sales position within the sport industry.

 

 


 

Lee Forman

Lee Forman

Lee Forman was born in the summer of 1990 in Turnersville, New Jersey. Lee spent his entire K-12 education in the Winslow Township Education System. After graduating in 2008, Lee stayed at home and continued his education at Camden County College. Desperately looking for “his calling” Lee spent one year studying education, another year studying criminal justice, then finally found his calling in studying Sports Management. Lee spent one and a half years preparing to transfer to Temple University. Lee entered Temple University studying Sports and Recreation Management in the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management in the spring of 2012. Lee one day hopes to find a career in recreation; planning, organizing, and managing activities, services, facilities, and special events in the professional recreation field.

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