Chris is currently a senior studying Sport and Recreation Management at Temple University. Chris has had a passion for sports and business from an early age and it has consumed his life since then. Chris has worked at Lincoln Financial Field for the past 5 years in the merchandise department. Over the summer of 2015, Chris was an operations intern for Conshohocken Parks and Recreation. Chris has also volunteered for various other organizations such as a women’s football team, a Special Olympics event and at an after school program for troubled youth. His passion combined with his experiences thus far has molded Chris into a young professional eager to enter the business side of the sporting industry.
Chelsea Andreadis is currently a senior at Temple University majoring in Tourism and Hospitality Management. She believes that Tourism and Hospitality Management will lead her to a career path that she is passionate about. Since fall of 2013, Chelsea has been an active member of Phi Sigma Sigma- a national women’s fraternity with chapters across the United States. Chelsea has held a job at the Temple University bookstore since freshman year, where she works as a General Merchandise associate, aiding in customer sales as well as training and managing employees. She completed an internship in Summer 2015 at the ArtsQuest Center where she gained valuable knowledge in the field of hospitality and event planning. The internship with ArtsQuest helped Chelsea realize her desire to pursue a career in event planning in the arts and entertainment industry.
Ryan Kelley was born in Denver, Colorado and at young age moved to San Antonio, Texas only to eventually end up in Yardley Pennsylvania. Ryan is currently a senior at Temple University and is expected to graduate May of 2016. Ryan has a 10 year background in hospitality and customer satisfaction, and feels he could effectively implement that into the world of sports and entertainment. Though Ryan feels he can find excitement in all levels of sports, the professional level has always been his number one passion. Ryan has been monitoring international sports, that may not be as popular in the US, and has an interest in developing those sports from overseas and introducing those organizations or leagues to the US.
Clare Bachman is a Senior in the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management at Temple University with an expected graduation date of May 2016. Ever since childhood, Clare has had a passion for helping the people around her enjoy life and creating memorable moments. Clare completed her junior internship at the Sheraton Philadelphia Society Hill Hotel in Old City, Philadelphia in the Human Resources department. This past summer, she was a Guest Services Agent in the Front Desk department. These have been wonderful experiences for Clare to combine her love for helping others with her interest to pursue her career in the business world. During her time at Temple University, Clare has been a sister of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority as well as studying abroad in Rome, Italy. Living in a foreign country for an extended amount of time has taught Clare the importance of cultural differences, international tourism, and life from a different perspective. Clare is open to many different possibilities for her senior internship in the spring of 2016, she has a particular interest in Human Resources or events within the music industry.
Kerem is originally from Turkey and was born and raised in Istanbul. After his graduation from high school in Istanbul, he moved to the United States because he felt like he would be able to gain more opportunities to further his education. Kerem fell in love with the US because of how diverse the country is with its many different opportunities. At first, he attended Saint Joseph University for ESL classes. After ESL classes, he transferred to Montgomery County Community College for restaurant and hotel management. He graduated from Montgomery County Community College with an associates degree in Restaurant and Hotel Management. He then continued his education at Temple University in the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management. Currently he is in his senior year and is expected to graduate in May 2016.