Lynn Evans is a senior who is studying tourism and hospitality management at Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM). She recently completed a junior internship with the Wyndham Philadelphia Historic District as a Guest Services Agent and also works as a Guest Arrival Assistant Supervisor at Sesame Place Theme Park in Langhorne, Pennsylvania. Lynn is a member of Eta Sigma Delta, a Hospitality Honors Society, the American Hotel & Lodging Association, and serves as a Student Ambassador for STHM. In her spare time, you can find her tap dancing with the Temple Tappers Student Organization, which she was President of during her junior year. Lynn hopes to pursue a career in Theme Parks where a passion for producing unique guest experiences that create unforgettable memories drives her career.
Tyler George is now in his senior year at Temple University, studying sport and recreation management in The School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM). In his junior year, Tyler had the opportunity to intern with United Sports Training Center in Downingtown. At United Sports, Tyler was a tournament coordinator, involved with both the planning and execution of various tournaments hosted by United Sports. Other experiences have come from his executive board position in The Sport Marketing Association, as well as his position as an STHM Ambassador. Tyler is aspiring to pursue a career in the field of recreation, specifically tournament operations, by creating platforms for youth to succeed.
Yanrong Ke is currently a senior at the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management at Temple University, majoring in sport and recreation management. She was born in China and it’s her third year as an international student in STHM. Yanrong is interested in event marketing and she successfully completed her junior internship with Philadelphia Dragon Boat Association. She plans to graduate in the Fall of 2017 and aims to obtain a job in ESports event management in China. Yanrong desires to become an organic person. Organic means, do not harm others; do help others and do as best as you can.
Chris is simultaneously pursuing a master’s degree in sport business and a bachelor’s degree in sport and recreation management at Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management. He has interned with the Houston Dynamo and Dash in the premium services department as well as the Philadelphia 76ers marketing department. Furthermore, Chris has balanced being incredibly involved in multiple student organizations while excelling academically. Chris is still narrowing down the specific path he wants for his future but he strives to ensure that everybody he interacts with, both personally and professionally, has the best experience possible.
Amanda Molinaro is a Temple University senior studying tourism and hospitality management at the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM). Throughout her undergraduate career, Amanda has served on the Executive Board of the National Society of Minorities in Hospitality (NSMH) as Temple’s chapter Vice President. Throughout her time with NSMH she organized a fundraiser which raised over $600.00 for the fight against Breast Cancer, a cause she is passionate about. Amanda also holds the role of the STHM Ambassador Captain for the Office of the Dean, where she has worked for the past two years. Amanda has successfully completed two internships, the first with Caesars Entertainment in Atlantic City, NJ where she worked as a food and beverage intern and shift manager during the summer of 2015. Her second internship was for Saxbys Coffee in Philadelphia, PA where she worked as a marketing and events intern throughout the summer of 2016. Amanda will be graduating in May of 2017 after completing her senior internship in the Spring 2017 semester. In the future, she plans on working in the marketing field, likely for a Destination Management Organization, and making the world a better place through the kindness of hospitality!