Staff & Partners

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Chuck Stuller
charlesstuller@cuttingedgesportsmanagement.org
Chuck currently lives in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. His passion for scouting and player analysis began as a hobby when he was twelve years old back in Delaware. He attended Brandywine High School in Wilmington, DE where he played Offensive Line and Tight End before graduating in 1999. From 2007-2014 he owned and operated a successful music production, booking, artist management and event management company called Bulldog Promotions & Booking. However, when he relocated to DFW he decided to return his attention to football. When not analyzing college and football players, he works as a Compliance Analyst in Irving, Texas. Chuck joined the Dream Bowl team in 2014 as an intern and now holds the position of Director of Player Development.
Professional Experience:
2015 Season-Texas Revolution (PIFL)-Served as an Offensive Line Coaching Assistant and Personnel Intern, team reached League championship
2015 Season-Billings Wolves (IFL)- Served as Personnel, Operations & Public Relations Intern

 

 
JoePeteyaJoseph Peteya
Communications Intern
jpeteya@cuttingedgesportsmanagement.org
Joseph is currently enrolled at Caldwell University where he is working toward a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Sport Management. Along with that, he is also looking to minor in Psychology. With a GPA of almost 3.7, Joseph has made the Dean’s List in every semester of his college career so far. Joseph takes pride in being the secretary of the Sport Management Club as well as being on the baseball team at Caldwell University as an infielder. With experience in both retail and in amusements, Joseph’s people skills are a great addition to our team.

blittnerMatthew Blittner
A graduate of the Brooklyn College Sports Management master’s program, Matthew has worked with the Dream Bowl for the past two years. Matthew also covers the NY Rangers and NY Islanders for multiple media outlets. His experience in media/PR, as well as his willing-to-do-anything attitude has helped him successfully act as the liaison between our staff and the Dream Bowl coaches.

Miranda Harrington
Miranda is currently an undergraduate senior at Caldwell University and is already going to be taking graduate courses this coming spring semester towards an MBA in Marketing. Along with this, Miranda is pursuing a minor in Sports Management. While dorming at Caldwell, she has become very involved with the campus community. As a member of the inaugural season of the Women’s Lacrosse team, she helped her team make the playoffs in just the third year of the program. She happens to be the Treasurer of the Sports Management Club and also works in the Admissions and Athletic departments. Miranda hopes to one day work in Event Management.