Follow the career path of Ron Rosenbaum, senior vice president, marketing and business development, Sports and Fitness Industry Association
Ron Rosenbaum started his career delivering newspapers for The Daily Press/Times Herald in Newport News, Virginia. He says a summer spent doing manual labor in three-digit temperatures on the aircraft carrier USS George Washington taught him the importance of getting a good education to find a career that was fulfilling—something that he's confident he's done. A few highlights from his career path follow:
"If you really want a rewarding career, it's important to identify where you have talents and then match that to a career focused on subject matter that you enjoy."
A Working History
1983–1984: Newspaper delivery for The Daily Press/Times Herald
1988–1989: Food server at ChiChi's Mexican Restaurant
1990: Intern at NBC WAVY-TV10 Sports Department
1993–1995: Sales and consulting coordinator at St. Anthony Consulting Group, Inc.
1997–1998: Vice president of the tennis division at WTS International
1998–2001: Marketing manager at United States Tennis Association
2001–2002: Marketing director at Invertix Corporation
2004–2012: Senior vice president of marketing and communications at Club Managers Association of America
2012– : Senior vice president of marketing and business development at Sports and Fitness Industry Association