Leadership Bios

Myron Finkelstein

Executive Director

Myron "Mike" FinkelsteinMyron "Mike" Finkelstein is the founder and Executive Director of the Rutgers University Global Sports Business MSc Program. He takes on the role after a stellar 22-year career in advertising, marketing and client acquisition and a dozen years as a faculty member, mentor and the Senior Advisor for Strategic Partnerships in the Rutgers University undergraduate sports management program.

In addition to teaching both sports marketing and management--which saw him honored as a finalist for Rutgers Teacher of the Year in 2014--and his innovative leadership in the Rutgers undergraduate program, Finkelstein has a long list of successes in both business and academia.

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Dr. David A. Feigley, Ph.D.

Academic Chair

Dr. David A. Feigley, Ph.D.

At Rutgers, Dr. Feigley serves as the Academic Chair of the Global Sport Business M.S. Program. He is also a faculty member in the Masters, Business and Science Programs and the Ph.D. Program in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology.

He served as chair of the undergraduate program in Exercise Science and Sport Studies for 17 years (1995-2012). He earned his doctorate in Psychobiology and his current work in sport psychology focuses primarily on developing healthy organized sports programs for children and youth.

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Art Berke

Associate Director/Faculty

Art Berke

An Associate Director and faculty member in the Rutgers University Global Sports Business MSc Program, Art Berke is also an adjunct professor/advisor in the Rutgers undergraduate sports management program after serving in key roles at the highest levels of the sports industry with Major League Baseball, ABC Television and Sports Illustrated.

In addition to his roles at Rutgers, Berke also is the editor of the official Chicago White Sox blog on whitesox.com and mlb.com, is an editor and writer for all Sox publications and has consulted for such clients as the White Sox, The Giving Back Fund, the Chicago Baseball Museum and the Harlem Wizards.

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