SVP, Event Strategy and Services, SF Giants, Sara Grauf joins the podcast to talk about the events side of the business in sports. She dives into her career with the Giants, and the behind the scenes perspectives of running large scale events.
Jake hosts Jamie Zaninovich, Deputy Commissioner and COO of the Pac-12 Conference, to talk about diversity of experience, and what he has learned along the way through his experiences in college athletics.
Chad Cardinal, Regional Director of the Aspire Group, joins Andy Dolich and Jake Hirshman to talk about his journey through ticket sales, the foundation of soft skills built through sales experience, and how to get better every day with 5-15 minutes of professional development outside of the office daily.
Aspiring to be like Bernie Mullin, Founder of the Aspire Group talks the sports ticketing industry with Pat and Jake as they dive into how he Founded the company, where it is heading, and where tickets are heading the industry of sports.
Female Leadership with Marie Tuite, SJSU AD as she joins Pat and Jake to talk College Athletics. Marie is one of 10 D1 Female Athletic Directors and shares her insights on the industry, and what it’s like to be in that position.
Brad Mangin, a well-known sports photographer, joins Pat Gallagher and Jake Hirshman to talk about his career as a professional photographer in the sports industry. Brad discusses what his journey has been like, the games and events he has been a part of, and where the photography aspect of the industry is heading.
Joe Favorito, long time communications/PR exec, joins Andy and Jake to talk about what’s he’s learned from his career including Storytelling, Listening, and how to communicate as the world around us changes.
Solly Fulp, Senior Vice President at Learfield-IMGCollege Joins Andy Dolich and Jake Hirshman on Life in the Front Office talking about college athletics, campus +, and what he’s learned along his journey that applies to life.
Eddie Gill, former NBA player, and now analyst for the Indiana Pacers, joins 15 Minute Friday where he talks about his transition from playing to business. He covers what he does with the Pacers, and also his day job in financial management!
Jeff Fellenzer, USC Annenberg Associate Professor of Professional Practice: Sports, Business, Media; Long Beach Education Foundation Board of Directors; Heisman Trophy voter, joins Fred Claire and Jake Hirshman talking about the sports business landscape.
Parker Poliakoff, Director of Development for Miami, Joins Life In the Front Office for 15 Minute Friday where he talks about development within college athletics, and why he enjoys impacting student-athletes.
Andy Dolich takes over as the host to start 2019 off by introducing the host of Life in the Front Office by interviewing Jake Hirshman, and diving into his young career thus far, and what’s ahead for 2019 on Life in the Front Office!
Rick White, President of the Atlantic League joins Fred Claire in talking about the landscape of baseball in parts people may not know about. They dive into how to get started and what life lessons they learned from their careers.
Dr. Marissa Nichols, Director of Leadership and Career Development at Boston University Athletics joins Dr. Nancy Lough from UNLV on Life in the Front Office where they provide insights and unique advice to student-athletes and anyone wanting to work in college athletics as well as women wanting to work in sports.
CEO of Athlete Network, Chris Smith, and VP of Partnerships Brett Fuller join Life in the Front Office as they talk about their business, student-athletes, networking, and what it’s like to be entrepreneurs in the sports industry.
Fred Claire talks with guest Ari Kaplan who is entering his 31st year in Major League Baseball with over ⅔ of the organizations around the league. Fred and Ari talk about the upcoming Winter Meetings, analytics, and where the game is heading in the future with the advancement of analytics in the game.
Pat Gallagher talks about separating yourself and how to do so. He covers one of his favorite topics in being a problem solver and not a problem creator. Pat provides great insights from his experiences in sports business industry.
Andy Dolich, our 2nd featured star of the show talks about his life in the front office, and his journey through 45+ years of sports in the industry. He covers everything from his career, to lessons learned, to advice for those seeking one, and what he is up to now.