Vice President Mike DeFazio has announced an internship program that will help boost the organization to the next level. We’ve added 3 interns that will take on a variety of tasks helping in all areas of the organization. We are excited about this new program and the endless possibilities it will bring to ASHI.
The 3 new interns major in Sports Management at University of Massachusetts Amherst . Coming from Los Angeles, CA, West Windsor, NJ and Dublin, Ireland.
We’d like to thank the interns for joining us, we look forward to having them on our team.
Casey Litwack majors in Sport Management at UMass Amherst and is from West Windsor, NJ. Casey’s sports interest are Hockey, Baseball, Football, Golf and Skiing. Since a young age he has been very passionate about sports, hockey in particular. As a kid he spent the majority of his free time at the rink either playing or watching hockey. Casey talked about his hockey experience, “I have been lucky enough to continue my hockey career in college as a member of the UMass club ice hockey team which has been an unbelievably rewarding experience.” Recently as my hockey career is winding down I have picked up skiing and golf and have used those as my hobbies during summer and winter.
Ted Zimmerman majors in Sport Management at UMass Amherst and is from Los Angeles, CA. Ted took some time and gave us some background on himself. “Throughout the course of my life, I have moved many times all around North America. For this reason, I really enjoy traveling and seeing new parts of this country and also the world. I really enjoy playing ice hockey and play Club Hockey at UMass. Aside from that, I like to snowboard in the winter and surf or spend time at the beach in the summer.”
Cliodhna (Kleena) Loughlin majors in Sport Management at UMass Amherst and is from Dublin, Ireland. She enjoys playing Field Hockey and Tennis. She also enjoys sailing and snowboarding. Cliodhna was born in Hong Kong and lived there for 9 years and then moved to Dublin, Ireland and lived there until she came to college. Sports Law has been one of the most interesting classes she’s had to this point at UMass.