Job title: Assistant Teaching Professor of Management.
Job duties: Teaching in the tourism studies program, with an emphasis in sport management.
How long have you worked at GW: I’ve been an adjunct since 2011 and joined the fulltime faculty this fall.
What’s best, so far, about working here: The support of colleagues, notably Lisa Delpy Neirotti in sport management, and Alex Zebango in academic technologies.
What’s something your co-workers do not know about you: I played a round of golf at Augusta National – and shot 130.
Where did you grow up: Freehold, N.J., the birthplace of Bruce Springsteen.
Family: My wife, Peggy, and sons Ben, 25, a GW grad, and Eli, 22.
Any hobbies? I’m a runner – 19 marathons so far with a goal to run 50 marathons in as many states.
What do you enjoy doing on the weekend: Saturday morning runs with the Baltimore Pacemakers running club and reading Sunday’s New York Times.
Favorite vacation spots: Barcelona and Portland, Ore.
A favorite book: It’s a tie: Friday Night Lights: A Town, A Team, And A Dream by H.G. Bissinger and A Well-Paid Slave by Brad Snyder.
A favorite food: The key lime pie at Joe’s Stone Crab in Miami Beach.