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Campus Rec welcomes competitive sports, health & wellbeing coordinators

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The Campus Recreation has welcomed two new professional team members dedicated to helping students find their fit. 

Mike Brito joins the Campus Recreation team as a competitive sports coordinator. In this new role, he contributes to a team that oversees more than 50 club sports, offers more than 15 intramural programs each year and collaborates with various programs across campus to provide new and exciting programs to students. Brito hopes to provide students with an outlet to focus on their wellbeing, meet new people and help them find their fit.

Brito received his bachelor’s degree from UNC Greensboro and his graduate degree in higher education administration from Rowan University. During much of his educational career, he held positions related to campus recreation and intramural sports and has been an active member of National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association ever since. 

Brittany Brandt joins the Campus Recreation team as a fitness & wellbeing coordinator. In her new role, she oversees the group fitness program, personal training program and special event programs related to health and wellbeing. She hopes to help students find theirs through collaboration with more organizations across campus. 

Brandt received her bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Georgia Southwestern State University and her master’s degree in sports medicine from the University of Colorado - Colorado Springs. She also has held health and wellbeing positions at the University of Notre Dame and Nicholls State University.

Learn more about open positions and programming at Campus Rec.