Golf has taken over a major part of my life ever since my senior year in high school. As an avid player and follower, golf has become a passion of mine. I often travel across the country to see PGA events. When I am not watching golf, I can be found on the driving range or on the course. In the Summer I worked at a country club to fully submerge myself in the world of golf while building my skills and knowledge on aspects of the course and game. Potentially, I would love to take my marketing degree and use it in relation to golf to turn my passion into a career. Additionally, I hope to use my information systems minor to do data analytics for the PGA tour. Technology has become a major part of golf. Now, the analysis of the golf swing can be broken down and the data collected is beyond insightful. Information systems can help organize the data in order to use it to its full potential. Below are two pictures of myself golfing at home in New Jersey and in British Columbia.
In the Winter months when it is too cold to play golf I can be found on the mountain. Ever since I was twelve I have been an avid skier. I typically enjoy traveling to the West coast to places such as Whistler, Steamboat, Deer Valley, and Vail. Skiing is full of adventure and adrenaline while being surrounded by some of the World’s most beautiful mountains. Below is a picture of myself besides the 2010 Olympic rings in Whistler, Canada. The second picture is of myself in Park City, Utah.
In Fall 2015 I founded a new club on Loyola’s campus, the Real Estate Club. From selling to flipping houses real estate has always fascinated me. As President of my own club, I have learned management and leadership skills. The mission of the club is to share my passion and knowledge of real estate and its related fields such as architecture, construction, and interior design. Below are two renderings I personally designed for a renovation proposal for Loyola’s campus in a Real Estate club competition.