Baltimore Ravens’ President Dick Cass to discuss managing local NFL team

Dick Cass, president of the Baltimore Ravens, will present “Score a Touchdown: Learn What it Really Takes to Manage a Successful Football Team,” May 6, from 7-9 p.m. in Stephens Hall Theatre, located on Towson University’s campus.

Admission is free and open to the public.

Cass, now in his sixth year leading the Baltimore Ravens, oversees every area of the organization including player and staff personnel, the coaching team, corporate sales, as well as communications and business ventures. He served as counsel to the owners of a number of NFL teams, including the Washington Redskins and the Dallas Cowboys, in addition to the NFL’s league offices.

His community involvement includes serving on boards for the Greater Baltimore Committee, Kennedy Krieger Institute, Maryland Science Center, Baltimore Community Foundation and Bert Bell NFL Players Pension Plan.

This event is sponsored by Lockheed Martin and will be hosted by the Towson University College of Business and Economics Center for Applied Business Economic Research (CABER). As the research and outreach arm of TU’s College of Business & Economics, CABER meets education and knowledge needs of government and business niches in the Baltimore area. CABER fosters continuing education, intellectual partnerships, research, analysis outreach programs and consulting projects that capitalize on the energy and abilities of CBE faculty, staff, students and alumni.

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