Kristi Dosh

Kristi Dosh is a sports business reporter, attorney, author, professor and career coach. She has reported on everything from collective bargaining to endorsements to the finances of pro and intercollegiate athletics for outlets such as ESPN, Forbes, SB Nation and Comcast Sports Southeast. Kristi is also a consultant with College Sports Solutions, a collegiate athletics consulting firm. Prior to becoming a full-time sports business reporter, Kristi was a practicing attorney and a sports business analyst for SportsMoney on, Comcast Sports Southeast, and The Pulse Network. Kristi also founded, a nationally-recognized source for news and analysis of the business of college sports. Kristi’s book on the business of college football, Saturday Millionaires: How Winning Football Builds Winning Colleges, was released from Wiley/Turner Publishing on September 10, 2013. Balancing Baseball: How Collective Bargaining Has Changed the Major Leagues, Kristi’s book on the history of collective bargaining in Major League Baseball is due out in 2014 from McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers. In addition to her writing on the business of sports, Kristi is a frequent freelance writer on topics ranging from online dating to career advice for national publications such as Men’s Health, Woman’s Day and Parents. Kristi is also an adjunct instructor in the Sports Management program at University of North Florida and a frequent guest lecturer in both undergraduate and graduate programs in sports management/administration and in sports law programs on sports business topics ranging from the finances of intercollegiate athletics to labor issues in professional sports. She also maintains a career coaching service for students and young professionals who want to work in the sports industry.

General Information

Kristi Dosh
Fool Since:
December 2 2013
Where I Live:
Fernandina Beach, FL

Education And Work Information

School(s) Attended
University of Florida Levin College of Law, Oglethorpe University
Job Title
Sports Business Reporter
Former Jobs
ESPN, Forbes