THE SPORTS PHILANTHROPY NETWORK TEAM
We pride ourselves on putting together an outstanding team to support your work.
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Roy is the Founder of the Sports Philanthropy Network.
Having worked in the sports business world for 25 years, Roy has seen sports from perspectives of agents, attorneys, educators, event producers, sports marketers, entrepreneurs, sports media and sports philanthropy.
His broad experience has given him the ability to relate to organizations of all sizes and scopes.
Kayla is responsible for connecting the Sports Philanthropy Network with outstanding organizations across the country.
Her leadership experience allows her to provide tremendous insight to these organizations.
Having taken leadership roles in athletics, education and business, Kayla is uniquely positioned to assist organizations in our Network evaluate their strategies, staffing and training.
Dr. Dan Young is the Founding Director of the Doctor of Business Administration Program at Goldey-Beacom College and is the organizer of TEDx Wilmington. He has also been the curator of TEDx Goldey Beacom College, TEDxDover and TEDxHarlem.
Dan received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Marketing from the University of Delaware’s Honors Program and his Ph.D. in Marketing from Temple University. He has been an instructor at Temple University, West Chester
University of Pennsylvania, the University of Delaware and Wilmington University.
Abbey has extensive background managing and coordinating teams and producing events of all scales.
Her attention to detail allows her to work closely with organizations in our network to facilitate our efforts to help them improve and grow their organizations.
Abbey coordinates both the internal and external communication teams for the Sports Philanthropy Network.
Melissa received her Bachelor’s Degree in Woman Gender Studies from Dickinson College. She continued her studies earning a Masters of Science degree in Sport Management with a specialization in Sport-Based Youth Development from Adelphi University.
She followed her passion for philanthropic work as an AmeriCorps VISTA, working for the development team for a non-profit youth organization.