- M.A. Sport Management
- Long Beach, CA
- 18 months/36 credits
- minimum 2.75
- Statement of Purpose
- Three reference forms
- Proof of GRE scores: minimum 145 quantitative, 145 verbal, 3.5 analytical
- 9 credits
- Minimum 500 contact hours
- Over 400 affiliations
A message from our Advisory Committee Chair
Angela LaChica is the CEO & President of LaChica Sports Incorporated managing high profile relationships with current professional athletes related to their charitable campaigns, secure marketing endoresement deals, public relations and player camps. She has managed the LeBron James King's Academy, Nike Skills Academy, Reggie Bush Camp 619 and ESPN X Games. She was the Vice President of the San Diego Sports Commission and has a B.A. from SDSU, M.A. from CSULB, and is currently completing her J.D. Degree at Western Sierra Law School.
McClenahan has recently been named as the CEO of the Games Organizing Committee of the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games. During the past 25 years, Patrick McClenahan has established a reputation as a strategic, results-oriented leader serving in senior level media executive positions at Prime Ticket, Fox Sports, KCAL, and CBS. McClenahan led the largest local broadcast operation in the country. He managed a staff of over 400 employees, a senior leadership team of 15 executives, and five trade unions in producing 11 hours of live news per day and over 100 live local sporting events per year...
Penny Toler is entering her 12th season as General Manager and third as Vice President of the Los Angeles Sparks. Her skill at building rosters of the most talented female athletes in the world and keen sense of basketball operations are complimented by her years as a professional athlete. Through her experience she has built the rosters of two back-to-back WNBA championship teams with the Sparks in 2001 and 2002...
Bob is the Vice President of Partnerships at the LA84 Foundation, an organization which is the legacy of the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games and which funds youth sports in Southern California, trains coaches, and examines the role of sports in our society. In his current role he oversees the creation and management of local and national partnerships with companies, foundations and community-based organizations interested in supporting youth sports programs and related research funded by the LA84 Foundation. He’s also responsible for...