It's our one year anniversary, and we are bringing you a special edition of The Playbook!
YEAR IN REVIEW
Erica Prosser & Eric Shainock
MEET OUR TEAM
Erica Prosser works for Grenzebach Glier & Associates as a Program Manager. She previously worked for Lions Clubs International Foundation as a Regional Development Specialist. She was responsible for managing a team of volunteer fundraisers in the US and Canada.
Erica played basketball at Lehigh University where she founded the campus chapter of Student Athletes Leading Social Change to offer service opportunities to her fellow athletes. After college she played overseas, and returned home to work in the nonprofit space as well as coach youth basketball.
She serves on World Sport Chicago's Associate Board and is the chair of Allowance for Good's Associate Board, a nonprofit dedicated to empowering the next generation of global philanthropists.
Erica received a Sports Philanthropy Executive Certificate from The George Washington University and received her bachelor's degree from Lehigh in 2011.
Eric Shainock works for FCBX, a sports marketing agency as an Account Executive. He previously worked for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital as an Account Representative in their Strategic Partnerships division. He was responsible for managing corporate partners that fall under two national campaigns. Previous to working at St. Jude, Eric was an Assistant Account Executive with Intersport, working on its NFL, NCAA, NBA, PGA, and NASCAR platforms.
Over the past two years, Eric has been a columnist for The Migala Report and has been a guest columnist for Sports Business Journaland Partnership Activation, focusing on the intersection of philanthropy and sports.
Eric received a Sports Philanthropy Executive Certificate from The George Washington University. He received his Master of Sports Administration and Master of Business Administration from Ohio University in 2014, and he is a 2012 graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
After graduating in May of 2016 from the University of Nevada, Reno, with a bachelor degree in Business Management – Kelsey Hannah began the Master of Business Administration/Master of Sports Administration dual program at Ohio University.
During her time at Nevada, she was able to work with the NBA G-League (formerly D-League) Reno Bighorns in a focused area of Community Relations. It was during that season with the Bighorns that she found that her two passions of philanthropy and sport could in fact co-exist.
She joined the Philanthropy Playmakers team in December of 2016 and has loved every minute of sharing the “good news of sports”. During this year, she will be spending her time outside of her studies and Philanthropy Playmakers as a volunteer middle school Volleyball Coach.
Kali Krisik works for IMG College at the United States Air Force Academy as the Partner Services Coordinator. She cultivates relationships with current and prospective partners while managing all sponsored marketing materials. Previously, she was the Assistant Women’s Tennis Coach and Recruiting Coordinator at the University of Tulsa.
Kali was an All-American tennis player at the University of Notre Dame, where she interned in the Marketing and Compliance departments and at the CASIE Center, a nonprofit child advocacy center. In these roles, she developed an interest in using sport as a vehicle for social change. After college, she coached and played professionally in Florida.
In 2016, Kali received a Master of Sports Administration and Master of Business Administration with a Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Certificate from Ohio University. Prior, she received a Sports Administration Certificate from the University of Tulsa and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame in 2010.