Director of Campus Recreation
Assistant Director for Competitive Sports
Eric is in his second year as Assistant Director.
Eric graduated from Campbell University in May 2015 with a B.S. in Health and Physical Education. While 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. Most recently, Eric was an intern for the Carolina’s Golf Association while completing his Master’s degree in August 2016.
Fun Fact: Eric loves to travel and has been to 40 of the 50 states.
Graduate Assistant for Competitive Sports
Joey is in his second year as a Graduate Assistant.
Joey graduated cum laude from Springfield College in May 2016 with a B.S. in Sports Management and will now pursue a Master’s in Business Administration while working within Campus Recreation. At Springfield, he worked in Intramurals as both an official and program supervisor for 3 years. In addition, Acquanita worked the Spalding HoopHall Classic for 2 years as a team liaison before being promoted to tournament supervisor his junior year. During his last semester as an undergraduate, Joey worked with California State University Fullerton as an intern for their Athletic Facilities and Game Day Operations.
Graduate Assistant for Competitive Sports
Jacob is in his first year as a Graduate Assistant.
Jacob graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a B.A. in Theatre and Drama. He worked for the campus recreation department for 5 years, working as an official and a supervisor. He also founded the Club Basketball team in 2014. He performed the duties of Vice President and Head Coach. The team went on to win the National Championship in 2017. Jacob took some time off after his undergrad to work in a professional setting, acting as the Manager for a Play It Again Sports in Oshkosh, WI before coming to Campbell to obtain his Master’s of Business Administration.
Assistant Director of Fitness
Cora-Ann is in her first year as Assistant Director.
Cora-Ann joined Campbell’s Campus Recreation staff in June 2017 as the Assistant Director of 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, and a variety of strength and cardio formats, and has experience teaching and training in a variety of fitness settings. She hopes to bring her knowledge and experience to Campbell to expand the fitness offerings and wellness programs at Campus Recreation.
Fun Fact: Cora-Ann enjoys playing guitar when she has the time, and pretending she can sing too.
Graduate Assistant of Fitness
Amy is in her first year as a Graduate Assistant.
Amy graduated from Campbell University in 2017 with a B.A. in Communication Studies with a focus in Public Relations and Health Communications and will now be pursuing her Master’s in Public Health. While doing her undergraduate at Campbell, she worked for Athletics and participated in Intramurals. She hopes to someday to be a Public Health Educator with a focus in mental health and wellness.
Graduate Assistant of Facilities and Marketing
Stephon Porter joins the Campbell University Campus Recreation Department as the Graduate Assistant of Marketing and Facilities for the 2016-17 academic year. Porter is a 2015 graduate of Old Dominion University earning his Bachelor’s degree in Sports Management and minoring in Marketing. He spent the 2015-2016 academic year an intern for Embry-Riddle athletic department as an Intramural and Recreational Sports intern. While at Old Dominion, Porter spent his time working at the Student Recreation Center in numerous departments. He was a member of the marketing and promotions team, an intramural official and was a membership services representative at their Student Recreation Center. Porter also held positions in the Old Dominion Athletics Department as a community relations intern, equipment manager, and a student assistant for the varsity football team. Porter also worked for the Norfolk Admirals hockey team and Norfolk Tides baseball team as a merchandise sales representative. Additionally, while with the Tides, he was a part of their promotions crew and a fill-in community relations intern. He is pursuing his Master Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies in hopes of one day being a Director of Campus Recreation.