Bachelor of Science in Sport Administration
Adam Cocco joined the Sport Administration doctoral program in August 2017. He received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Youngstown State University and his M.A. in Economics from the University of Akron. His prior work experience includes over seven years as a data analyst in the financial sector. He also has provided financial analysis and assisted with gameday operations for two lower-division soccer teams in the United States. His research areas focus on the economic impact of sport on local communities and the psychological connection between sport teams and their fans.
Dr. Frederick received a Ph.D. in Sport Management from Indiana University. He also received his M.S. in Sport Management and B.A. in Communication and Culture from Indiana University. He teaches in the areas of sport communication and organizational behavior. His research interest is the intersection of sport and social media. His prior work experience in sport includes serving in the field of public relations.
Dr. Greenwell received a Ph.D. in Sport Management from the Ohio State University, a M.S. in Sport Management from Georgia Southern University and a B.B.A. from McKendree University. He teaches in the areas of sport marketing and sport event management. His prior work experience includes marketing, promotion and event management with the Saint Louis University athletic department and with various professional sport organizations.
Dr. Hambrick received a Ph.D. in sport administration from the University of Louisville, an M.B.A. in finance from the University of Kentucky, and a B.A. in finance from Transylvania University. He teaches courses in sport finance and sport marketing as well as the senior capstone course. His sport industry experience includes working for the Kentucky Derby Festival and volunteering with the local bicycling community. He was also a financial analyst for 10 years outside of the sport industry.
Dr. Hancock received a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Organizational Development with an emphasis in Sport Administration from the University of Louisville. Her research interests include gender and diversity in the workplace, sport management education and sport for development. Prior to UofL, she worked as an assistant athletic director and assistant dean of first-year students at Dartmouth College. She also has a B.A. in Sociology/Anthropology from Randolph College and an M.S. in Higher Education from Miami University.
Mary A. Hums
Dr. Mary A. Hums received a Ph.D. in Sport Management from Ohio State University, an M.A. in Athletic Administration and an M.B.A. from the University of Iowa and a B.B.A. in Management from the University of Notre Dame. Prior to coming to the University of Louisville, Dr. Hums served on the Sport Management faculty at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, directed the Sport Management Program at Kennesaw State University, was Athletic Director at St. Mary-of-the-Woods College and has worked four Paralympic Games.
Anita M. Moorman
Professor Moorman received a law degree from Southern Methodist University and practiced law in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in the areas of commercial and securities litigation for 10 years. Professor Moorman also holds an M.S. in Sport Management from the University of Oklahoma, and a B.S. in Political Science from Oklahoma State University. Professor Moorman teaches in the areas of sport law, facility and event management, and legal aspects of the sport industry.
Regina (Gin) Presley received a Bachelor of Science in Human Performance & Sport from Metropolitan State University of Denver and a M.S. in Sport Administration from the University of Northern Colorado. She has a background in small business development, event and entertainment management and undergraduate athletic and business advising. She teaches Introduction to Sport Management, Sport Ethics, Sport Governance and Senior Seminar.
Dr. Megan Shreffler received a Ph.D. in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Sport Management from the University of Minnesota, a M.A. in Sport Administration and Leadership from Seattle University, and a B.A. in English Education, Southern Illinois University. Prior to working at UofL, she worked with the WNBA’s Seattle Storm and as a high school coach. Her research interests include consumer behavior in sport and sport administration education.