Professional Role Model

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This is a presentation of my professional role model, Kathryn Carter. She is currently in a position that I would like to see myself in someday, so this presentation compares where she is with where I want to go professionally.

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Professional Role Model

  1. 1. Alexandra Sutter Junior,  Endico,  College   I am a junior at Endicott College in Beverly, MA majoring in sport management working towards a career in sports marketing.  
  2. 2. Kathryn Carter President,  Sports  United  Marke:ng     “I oversee all of the revenue streams for the sport of soccer in North America. That includes sponsorships, consumer products and digital ad sales. We handle the majority of the revenue stream, except for ticket sales. SUM was created to make it easier for companies to get involved in the game of soccer.” -Interview with ESPN W
  3. 3. Resume: Alexandra SutterExperience•  Intern, CT Sports Management Group: July 2012•  Administrative Assistant, Endicott College Center For Teaching Excellence: Jan 2010-Sept 2011•  Intern, Soccer Extreme, Inc.: January 2010•  Program Staff, Girl’s Inc. of Southwestern CT: April-August 2009Activities•  Participated in 3 week volunteer trip to Cape Town, South Africa•  Study abroad to Madrid, Spain•  Member of Endicott College women’s soccer team•  Member of Endicott College Scholars Program•  Volunteer work with Relay for Life, Pan-Mass Challenge, Endicott College safe trick-or-treatHonors and Awards:•  Dean’s list 2009-2011•  4.0 GPA•  Varsity Club Achievement Award: 2009, 2010
  4. 4. Resume: Kathryn CarterExperience•  President, Sports United Marketing- 2010-present•  Vice President Sales and Marketing, AEG•  Vice President, Envision•  Vice President Sales and Marketing, ISL United States•  Vice President Corporate Marketing, MLS•  Organizing Committee, World Cup USA 1994Awards•  Sport Business Journal- 40 Under 40: 2006•  Crain’s New York Business- 40 Under 40: 2008•  Women in Sports and Events (WISE): 2009•  Forbes Most Powerful Women in Sports-#9: 2009•  ESPN W Power Player: 2011References“Kathy is incredibly passionate about the sport and has been deeply committed to our many properties,partners and affiliates. She has been a major contributor to our commercial strategy and is dedicated toensuring our partners derive great value through their association with us. I am confident that she will excel inthis new role and help take MLS and soccer in North America to even greater heights.”(retrieved from mlssoccer.com)
  5. 5. Other Involvements •  Representative FIFA’s Committee for women’s football•  Representative FIFA Women’s World Cup committee
  6. 6. Sports Law: Professional Role Models Kathryn Carter MARKETING CONNOISSEUR   SOCCER ENTHUSIASTPROMOTER OF WOMEN’S SPORTSINTELLIGENT BUSINESSWOMAN
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