Jennifer Dick is a 2011 graduate of the Columbia University Sports Management Program and a self-proclaimed life-long learner. Jennifer is honored to serve as Lecturer (Internship Supervisor) and Course Assistant (Social Historical Foundations in Sports and Sports General Management) for the Columbia University Sports Management program.
Jennifer’s professional background includes experience in the legal and teaching professions, beginning with teaching fourth grade, then working in JP Morgan Chase’s corporate trust compliance and finance departments, serving as professional conduct liaison for the Ohio Department of Education, working on the 9/11 first responders class action suit, and most recently as a consultant in complex case litigation for major national and international law firms.
Jennifer’s education includes a BS in Education from Miami University (Oxford, Ohio), a JD from Capital University Law School (Columbus, Ohio), and an MS in Sports Management from Columbia University in the City of New York. Jennifer spends her personal time as an avid sports fan, following the news and trends in sports business, reading, hiking, travelling, and planning the next great adventure.