Jack Gorman has over a decade of experience working in professional and collegiate sports, including stints with three NFL teams, three Arena Football League franchises, two NCAA schools, a World TeamTennis champion and a season coaching high school football. Overall, Jack Gorman has been a part of four championship teams, seven conference finalists and 13 playoff participants. In 2013, Jack Gorman was with the Washington Kastles when the team set the record for the longest winning streak in major US pro sports history at 34 consecutive wins.
He currently consults with various organizations in a wide variety of areas, including marketing, communications, human resources, operations and graphic & web design. Jack Gorman also assists organizations with the creation of promotional videos, one of which won an Emmy award in June 2013.
In addition, Jack Gorman is a prolific freelance writer, and has published hundreds of articles on topics ranging from professional sports to electronic how-to pieces. Jack Gorman also blogs once a week at this website; please click here to view his blog, which comes out on Monday mornings (EST).
Jack Gorman is also currently studying the art of film, and has started work on his first short film. He expects to direct and produce this project sometime in mid-2014.
He holds a Master’s in Sport Management from the University of San Francisco in addition to an extensive formal education in computer applications as well as film and television production. Jack Gorman currently resides in the Washington DC area.