Logan Schuetz

Logan Schuetz, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the Department of Exercise and Sports Sciences at Metropolitan State University of Denver. His areas of expertise include sports business management, intercollegiate athletics, organizational behavior, and sports sales. His research is centered around sports organizations, employee behavior, intercollegiate sports, and analytics in sports.

In addition to teaching, Schuetz has published various articles on sports management. He co-authored “Developing Flourishing Among Employees in the College Sports Workplace,” featured in the Sport, Business, and Management: An International Journal. He has presented at national and international conferences where the Collegiate Sports Research Institute awarded his publication “Grit through the Grind: Exploring Sport Employee Work Grit,” article of the year in 2023.

Prior to joining MSU Denver, Schuetz served as an assistant professor of sports at Texas A&M University. Schuetz also worked closely with NFL, MLB, and collegiate sports teams in sales, operations, and community relations.

Schuetz earned his Ph.D. in Sports Administration from the University of Northern Colorado and his master’s in Sports Administration and bachelor’s degree in Sports Management, both from Indiana University Bloomington.

Jennifer Riley-Chetwynd

Jennifer Riley-Chetwynd has worked on water issues locally, nationally and internationally. She is the Director of Marketing and Social Responsibility at Denver Botanic Gardens, where she drives water-oriented programming, partnerships and communications. Prior to coming to the Gardens in 2011, Jennifer worked for Rain Bird, where she spearheaded the company’s Intelligent Use of Water initiatives. Jennifer is a board member of the Alliance for Water Efficiency, has served on the board of the American Public Gardens Association (APGA) and was the co-organizer for the 2011 International Water Forum at the United Nations.

Jennifer has an MBA from the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business, an MA in Latin American Studies from the University of Texas at Austin and a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. She is the Co-Director of the One World One Water (OWOW) Center at MSU Denver, where she also teaches an environmental journalism course.