Philippe Chauveau is a first-year Master of Arts student in communication at the University of Cincinnati. He graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Ohio Wesleyan University in 2015, having majored in Sports Management and minored in Journalism.
From 2012 to 2015, he worked as a social media coordinator for the men’s soccer team of Ohio Wesleyan University and as a reporter for a local newspaper in Delaware, Ohio, In mid-2015 he took a position as a marketing and sales associate for Columbus Crew Soccer Club, before traveling to Rio de Janeiro to serve as a ticketing manager for the 2016 Rio Olympic Committee.
At the University of Cincinnati, Philippe is a research assistant for the Common Ground Project as well as a public speaking instructor. His research interests include social media, sports communication, and entertainment media. In addition, he is currently serving as the Creative Director for UCommunicate, a student-led communication-consulting firm on campus. Within UComm, Philippe is responsible for the creation and approval of graphics, in addition to implementing and maintaining branding standards.
Personally, Philippe was born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, moving to the United States to attend university in 2011. He speaks four languages, and enjoys immersing himself in other cultures and traveling.