Director of Campus Recreation
Eric graduated from Campbell University in May 2015 with a B.S. in Health and Physical Education. As a student at Campbell, Eric worked as an intramural official and supervisor. He also stayed active within Campus Recreation by serving as the president of club basketball. After graduating, he moved to Richmond, Virginia to pursue a Master’s of Education in Sport Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University. While at VCU, he served as the Graduate Assistant for Facility Operations at VCU Recreational Sports. Before returning to Campbell, Eric was an intern for the Carolina’s Golf Association while completing his Master’s degree in August 2016. Eric returned to Campbell in 2016 as the Assistant Director for Competitive Sports and was promoted to Interim Director in April 2019.
Fun Fact: Eric loves to travel and has been to 40 of the 50 states.
Assistant Director for Fitness and Wellness
Originally from New Jersey, Cora-Ann graduated with her B.S. in Exercise Science with a minor in Psychology from Montclair State University. While at Montclair, Cora-Ann found a passion for working in Campus Recreation as a Group X instructor, Personal Trainer, Area Supervisor, and a Health Promotion Peer Advocate. She then went on to pursue her M.S. in Exercise Science at Indiana State University and served as the Fitness Graduate Assistant for ISU’s Campus Recreation. Cora-Ann is ACE certified in Group Fitness and Personal Training, is a 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher, holds certifications in several strength and cardio formats and has experience teaching and training in a variety of fitness settings. She brings her knowledge and experience to Campbell to expand the fitness offerings and wellness programs at Campus Recreation. Cora-Ann joined Campbell’s Campus Recreation staff in June 2017 as the Assistant Director of Fitness and Wellness.
Fun Fact: Outside of fitness, Cora-Ann enjoys playing guitar when she has the time, reading, and trying to paint and draw things.
Graduate Assistant for Competitive Sports
Maham graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in May 2019 with a B.S. in Health Promotion and Wellness with minors in Business and Spanish. While at Stevens Point, Maham worked for the Club Sports department for 3 years and with Intramural Sports for 2 years. She also played for the Women’s Rugby Club for 4 years and was a co-captain for 2 years. During her time as a Graduate Assistant for Competitive Sports, Maham is pursuing her Master’s of Science in Public Health.
Fun Fact: When Maham was younger she ate a mothball thinking it was candy (“good times but don’t recommend it”).
Graduate Assistant for Fitness
Chris graduated from Campbell University in 2019, with a B.S. in Information Technology with a focus in Information Technology. Chris is now pursuing his Master’s in Business Administration. While completing his undergraduate at Campbell, he worked as an Intramural Official, Intramural Student Supervisor, and Personal Trainer. Chris hopes to work as a project manager in the technology industry in the future.
Fun Fact: Chris has a dog named Scooby.
Graduate Assistant for Facilities and Student Development
Hunter is originally from Syracuse, NY but most recently resides from Burlington, NC. Hunter is currently a long-distance Track and Field student-athlete attending Campbell University, majoring in Sport Management with a minor in Communications. He has recently been accepted into Campbell University’s MBA 4+1 graduate program and starts his master-level courses this upcoming fall semester. Hunter is ecstatic to be involved with Campus Recreation and hopes to demonstrate his love of sport and exercise by positively impacting other students during his time as the Graduate Assistant for Facilities and Student Development.
Fun Fact: Got lost on his first run of cross country freshman year at Campbell and ended up running 18 miles instead of 12. Still had a very enjoyable time!
Graduate Assistant for Competitive Sports
Josh graduated from Auburn University in 2018 with a double major in Business Administration and Kinesiology. During his time there, he worked for four years in the Campus Recreation Department as an official, supervisor, and manager. He came to Campbell in the summer of 2018 to pursue his M.Ed. with a major in Exercise Science while also obtaining the job of Graduate Assistant for the Campbell University Campus Recreation Department. In May 2020, he graduated with his M.Ed. He is now working and helping the Campus Recreation Department at Campbell through the Covid-19 phase. When not working, Josh asks himself every day why he became a New York Mets fan.