Mallory Crosland (1996-1999)
Senior Producer, Broadcasting PGA of American Mallory Crosland was Vanderbilt’s first NCAA individual qualifier and was a two-time all-SEC selection in 1998 and 1999. She is currently a senior broadcasting producer for the PGA of America in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. With the PGA of American, she helps produce various award shows, events that include the PGA First Lady of Golf (given annually at the Senior PGA Championship), the Distinguished Service Award (given annually at the PGA Championship), and the PGA of America Annual Awards, honors given to all of the top PGA Professionals annually at the PGA Merchandise Show. She oversees the production of the videos for these nights, the entertainment, and the overall flow of the night. Typically about 1000+ guests come to each of these events.
Kristen Svicarovich (2004-07)
Graduate Student University of Texas Kristen Svicarovich, a second-team All-SEC selection and a four-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll, and is currently attending the University of Texas pursuing a master’s degree in transportation engineering. She is currently president of Intelligent Transportation Society on campus and puts together events for members and brings in guest speakers to talk about the changes occurring in transportation. Kristen also helps with the University of Texas women’s golf team as a graduate assistant and still plays competitive golf. She won the Central Texas Women’s Amateur this summer and qualified for the US Women’s Amateur. After graduating in December, Kristen plans on moving back to her home state of Oregon to pursue a career in the transportation industry and to prepare for the 2009 LPGA Qualifying School.
Julie Bartholomew (2005-08)
Assistant Project Manager CB Richard Ellis Julie Bartholomew graduated with a degree in civil engineering in May of 2008 and is working as an assistant project manager at CB Richard Ellis, the world’s largest commercial real estate services company. Bartholomew was a four-time selection to the SEC Academic Honor Roll and in her senior season, she was named to the National Golf Coaches Association All-Scholar Team. Julie says golf is still a very important part of her life. “Golf is still a very big part of my life, and has been a great businees tool for me. I have found that within the business world, golf is a great networking tool and many opportunities have presented themselves for me simply because of my golf background.”
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