Since I was 10, I have dreamed of becoming a sports broadcaster. Although that dream has evolved into becoming a television play-by-play announcer in the NHL, I have commentated several sports and made connections with many people.
I am the Broadcast/Media Relations Assistant of the Reading Royals. They are the ECHL affiliate of the NHL's Philadelphia Flyers and the AHL's Lehigh Valley Phantoms.
I interview players and coaches on the broadcast.
I create videos for social media.
I am also their fill-in In-Arena Host when needed.
I am the Media Director of the Temple University Ice Hockey Club. I am in charge of organizing live streams, creating video content, running social media, managing the team website, bringing sponsorships to the club, and more.
I was the Co-Sports Director for WHIP Radio, Temple University's Student-run radio station. I led a team of 30 sports department members, hired new applicants, managed the department's social media, and more. I also hosted shows throughout the week.
I ran special radio events throughout the year for the station.
I also covered many different sporting events for the WHIP Radio website.
I used to write and record the "Sports Update", which is a daily recap of sports news.
I announced the Temple Owls men's basketball team's home games for WHIP Radio during the 2017-18 season.
I announced the first-ever Jr. NBA World Championship Mid-Atlantic Regional for Eleven Sports.
I interviewed former Philadelphia 76er Marc Jackson on-air.
In high school, I announced hockey, basketball, football, baseball, lacrosse, soccer, and even eSport auto racing for a website called RaceDepartment, the largest eSport auto racing site in the world. I announced its premier eSport racing leagues, including its GT and MX5 series.
After my freshman year at Temple, I was awarded the Gene Hart Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship is given to the person who best exemplified Gene Hart's professional and personal career values. Hart was the voice of the Flyers for almost three decades and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1997.