College Chalktalk Staff

Chris DiSano, President - DiSano is a graduate of James Madison University (B.A.) and Syracuse University College of Law (J.D.).  The founder of College Chalktalk and the National Coaches' Diary Series, DiSano is a color commentator and an Atlantic 10 analyst for Cox Sports in New England. He is also a member of the United States Basketball Writers Association, and resides in South County, Rhode Island with his family. 


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Corey O'Leary, Director of Video Content - O'Leary, a surly Irishman in his spare time, has been working in sports television since 2004. A graduate of Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, he works live college basketball broadcasts in various capacities.  O'Leary also produces packages for Cox Sports Television, covering Providence College of the Big East and Rhode Island of the Atlantic 10.

 

Ian Nolan, Director of Content Development - Nolan, a former men's basketball student assistant and graduate of St. Bonaventure University (B.A.), is an integral part of the content development team at College Chalktalk.  Also a member of the United States Basketball Writers Association, Nolan is a voter for the All-American teams and National Player of the Year Award.  He is a regularly featured columnist, covering schools in the New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania tri-state area.  He resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 

 Brandon Rosenthal, Social Media Consultant - Rosenthal is a graduate of St. John Fisher College (B.A.) and currently is pursuing his masters degree at St. Edward’s University (M.A.T).  Originally from Tucson, Arizona, Rosenthal is serving in his second season as an assistant men’s basketball coach with the Hilltoppers of St. Edward’s University.

 

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Andrew Greene, Public Relations - University of Rhode Island (B.S.) graduate, Greene assists with operational efforts relating to sponsorship and advertising, while also providing back-end content support.  A communications major while at Rhode Island, Greene has worked in the athletic departments for both URI and Ohio University, respectively.  He resides in Watertown, Massachusetts.

 

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Douglas Potter (Intern, West Virginia University) - A senior at West Virginia University, Doug is heavily involved with Mountaineer sports.  A sport management major who is the Men’s Basketball Producer for the campus student radio station (U92 “The Moose”), Doug also does play-by-play for Mountaineer women’s basketball games and men’s baseball games. Doug serves as a game day crew member for home football and basketball games, assisting the Sports Communications department at WVU. To contact Doug, you can e-mail him at: dpotter@mix.wvu.edu, or find him on twitter (@dougpotter15). 

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Katie Stenavich, Design - A graduate of the University of Michigan School of Art & Design, Katie has worked in the design and marketing fields for five years, before founding her own freelance company, KT STUDIO in 2008. KT STUDIO offers design solutions specifically crafted for every creative need and specializes in corporate communications and social design. She resides in Ann Arbor, Michigan with her husband and daughter.

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