Alyssa Czarnecki, Adjunct
School of Sport Science & Fitness Studies
Office Location: Post Sports Science and Fitness Center
Office Number: 229
Alyssa Czarnecki-Duplissie, an adjunct instructor, holds a B.S. in Sport Management and a Global M.B.A. from Southern New Hampshire University. While attending Southern New Hampshire University, she worked for the Sport Management department as both a research and graduate assistant. Her primary focuses included working with the faculty to obtain accreditation (NASPE/NASSM) for the Sport Management program(s); class creation and prep; and the creation, and implementation of the “Beijing Olympic Experience” program curriculum.
Today she wears many hats. In addition to working as an adjunct instructor, she is working with Project Adventure out of Beverly, Massachusetts: a leader in Adventure-based experiential programming which uses active learning to build character, promote team work, and encourage responsibility. She also enjoys teaching as a group fitness and SPINNING instructor in and around the Greater Boston area.
Alyssa’s passion(s) for sport, health and wellness drives her desire to succeed. She has worked both in high school and college athletics as a coach; and as a mentor to elementary and high school students in both New England and the Mid-Atlantic region. Professionally, she has worked in both small business, corporate and academic settings. She has worked in professional sport and international sport, most recently with the IOC during the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympic games. Alyssa has extensive experience in business development (sport and non-sport specific); international business, customer service, AP&AR, sales, people, financial (P&L), budget and marketing management; and is proficient in current design software and social media platforms.
Currently she is pursuing a doctorate in Sport Management from the United States Sports Academy. While she is committed to keeping a foot “on the field” as a practitioner in the world of sport business, she ultimately hopes to have a meaningful and positive impact, on the curriculum, programming, and community of a well-rounded and respected institution in the study of sport management.
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