2nd Annual Mary Kline Classic Sports and Business Symposium

2nd Annual Mary Kline Classic Sports and Business Symposium

Hosted by Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson Health

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

10 a.m. | Registration begins
11 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. | Program
4:30 – 6 p.m. | Reception

Dorrance H. Hamilton Building
1001 Locust Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Click HERE for registration info.

The Mary Kline Classic Sports and Business Symposium brings together some of the most successful executives in sports to share their stories of how they’ve built their empires, their struggles along the way, and what it takes to make it in a tough industry.

This one-day event offers the audience the opportunity to engage with the speakers in a unique learning experience that includes panel discussions, question and answer sessions, keynote presentations, and opportunities to meet individually with panel members.

The inaugural Mary Kline Classic Sports and Business Symposium, held in 2018, was attended by more than 150 people and sold out prior to the event.

This Year’s Speakers

Keynote Speaker
David Levy
Former President
Turner Broadcasting and Turner Sports

Ian Eagle
CBS Sports and YES Network

John Allgood
Academic Director of the Executive Master of Science in Sport Business
Temple University

Rachel Baker
NBA and Elite Youth Basketball League

Jason Belzer
President of Collegiate Coaching Agency GAME, Inc.
Forbes Contributor

Nick Carparelli
Former Senior Director of College Sports Marketing
Under Armour

Chrysa Chin
Executive Vice President, Strategic Engagement and Development
National Basketball Players Association

Bonnie Clark
Vice President of Communications
Philadelphia Phillies

Marc Eversley
Senior VP of Player Personnel
Philadelphia 76ers

Rick Gentile
Senior Associate Commissioner, Broadcasting
Big East Conference

Jessica Holtz
Co-Head of Basketball Marketing and Servicing
CAA Sports Basketball

Aaron McKie
Head Coach, Men’s Basketball
Temple University

Javon Phillips
NBA Agent
Excel Sports Management

Rod Strickland
Former NBA Point Guard
Program Manager
NBA G-League