Ep. 73: Director of Collegiate Programming for Thirty Five Ventures, Alex Sheinman: How a Failed Spartan Race Put Him on the Penn State Map
How The F**k Did You Get That Job?
How the f**k did Alex Sheinman take his entrepreneurial spirit and help create a huge sports business conference and a nonprofit organization among other things? Alex graduated from Penn State University in 2018. During his time in school he interned with the NFL and MLB. He also won the Michigan Sports Business Conference’s big initiative award and Co-founded the national renown Penn State Sports Business Conference. Upon graduating, Alex worked with Morgan Stanley for close to a year before becoming a Marketing Coordinator at the networking company Twenty. Today, he is still the Executive Director of the Penn State Sports Business Conference, a co-founder of the Makin’ Lemonade Fund, and spends most of his time as the Director of Collegiate Programming for Kevin Durant and Rich Kleinman’s thirtyFive Ventures. How did Alex make his mark at Penn State before even stepping on campus as a freshman? And how is he this knowledgeable just two years out of college?
Alex is the Co-founder and Executive Director of the Penn State Sports Business Conference and a Co-Founder to the Makin' Lemonade Fund. Through the Penn State Sports Business Conference he created The Classroom Series. https://www.linkedin.com/in/alex-sheinman/ https://www.instagram.com/theclassroomseries/ bit.ly/lemonadefund