MSGL’s New Recruitment, Marketing and Alumni Relations Manager
February 20, 2012 § Leave a comment
Some of you may know me, some maybe all too well, but for those that don’t, here’s a brief introduction: My name is Scott Handley and I’m the newest member of the MSGL team. I’ve been married for just over a decade to the love of my life, I’m the father of two courageous and curious boys (4 & 8), I’m a Fly Fisherman (lately just in my day-dreams), a history buff, a baseball romantic, a Navy Veteran, and a member of Cohort 53, which is set to graduate in a couple months. Working at USD over the past 6 years has been a blessing to me and my family and I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to continue doing so as the Recruitment, Marketing and Alumni Relations Manager for the MSGL Program. In this new capacity I look forward to continuing the tradition of recruiting and yielding quality students with diverse professional backgrounds and impeccable character. I also look forward to maintaining MSGL’s relationship with the military and helping Veterans and those on Active Duty to utilize their hard earned education benefits. Lastly, I look forward to continuing a dialogue with our current students and our incredibly accomplished and connected alumni network.
MSGL is a Graduate Program in the one of the best Business Schools in the country and that’s something you should all be incredibly proud of. I know I am. With that being said, I have one small request: Stay in touch while you’re in the program and after you graduate. MSGL is only as strong as its students and alumni. There are many ways to stay in touch: Facebook, Twitter, this blog, and of course, e-mail. Tell us what you’re doing after graduation, what you learned during your study abroad or even a recent promotion, career move or activity you’d like to share with everyone. We would also like to hear about life as a current MSGL student. You can simply send your stories to me in any format and I will ensure they’re posted appropriately. I’m going to do my best to ensure you all know what’s going on at USD. There is nowhere I would rather be than on one of the most majestic campuses in the country. Not only is it beautiful, it is one the most dynamic and intellectually stimulating places I have ever been. I encourage you all to take advantage of it.
Exciting times are ahead in the MSGL program and I’m thrilled we’ll be on this journey together. Please don’t hesitate to contact me anytime if you have any questions, comments or concerns: firstname.lastname@example.org.