Frank E. Cuzzi is a visiting Professor in Keller Graduate School of Management, DeVry University, and Berkeley College teaching all the Marketing courses. He earned his B.A. in Economics and M.B.A. in Marketing from Cornell University. Professor Cuzzi created the NYU Sports and Special Events Continuing Education Program in 1987; taught the sports management courses at St. John’s University where registration increased 40% during his tenure; was elected to the Cornell Board of Trustees in 1991; and was elected Chairperson of the Faculty Council for ASA College in 2009. He was awarded The Outstanding Professor Award at Berkeley College in 2013.
He founded Corner Kick International Inc., an integrated sports marketing company, which owns publishing, licensing, and promotion properties. In addition, he created the Universal Sports Education Certificate Program and curriculum, a continuing education sports marketing and management school. It will start offering online courses in sports marketing, management, personal career help and more on Jan. 12th 2015 (universalsportseducation.com).
A Faculty Member of United States Sports Academy, he invented the “rolling wheel” teaching method for sports education and has written three sports books including “The Handbook of Integrated Sports Management, Marketing, and Leadership” published by Thomson Publishing in 2000 and “Make $$$ in Sports Without Breaking a Sweat” published by Createspace.com in 2013 and sold by Amazon.
Previously, he was a V.P. in Advertising Management on Madison Avenue, Director of Advertising, Marketing, and Publications for the North American Soccer League (NASL), and the Director of Marketing for the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL).
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