About Me

Ari Ross is a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, graduating with a Bachelors of Science in journalism, a double major in economics and a certificate in Integrated Marketing Communications. Ari is a die-hard Cleveland sports fan, so much so that his emotions go up and down depending on how the Indians, Cavs and Browns are playing. He vows that at least one Cleveland sports team has to win a championship before he dies. Ari is rarely seen without his Cleveland Indians hat on.

Besides sports, Ari’s other interests including reading (about sports), writing (about sports), movies and more. Some of Ari’s favorite movies include Star Wars, Marvel, Pirates of the Carribean and Lord of the Rings.

Currently, Ari is the Director of Sports Information at Hiram College in Hiram, Ohio.

Previously, Ari served as the Sports Information Director/Play-by-Play Broadcaster at Monroe College in the Bronx and New Rochelle, N.Y. He also spent one year as the Assistant Sports Information Director/Play-by-Play Broadcaster with Monroe.

Two summers ago, Ari worked for the Sioux Falls Canaries of the American Association as their Broadcast/Media Relations Assistant. And in the summer of 2016, Ari interned with the Battle Creek Bombers of the Northwoods League and their Play-by-Play broadcaster. Ari hopes to one day work in the Sports Industry as a sports broadcaster or journalist. You can find Ari’s full resume here.

You can find Ari on Twitter here: @aross50. If you’d like to contact Ari, you can email him at arijross@gmail.com

**The views and opinions expressed on this site are my own and not those of anywhere I’ve worked or am currently working for**

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