Caleb Ginsberg, DMSB ’07
I chose Northeastern for a number of reasons: the co-op program, the D’Amore McKim School of Business, and an opportunity to play on the varsity baseball team under the legendary Neil McPhee.
Coaches McPhee and Mike Glavine had the biggest impact on me. The baseball team was a very tight knit unit, and the influence that those relationships had on me will last a lifetime. After graduating, I worked for the New York Yankees organization as a bullpen catcher and baseball operations assistant. This then set me up well to start working at the National Football League Players Association, which ultimately led me to law school. I’ve been lucky enough to be practicing law for DLA Piper in the sports and media space ever since.
I am continuously impressed by the high level of work that Northeastern is doing. The school continues to rise up the ranks and is now firmly cemented in peoples minds as a top-level university across the board. Northeastern was always the kind of community I wanted to be a part of, and I look forward to contributing to their continued success.