Kevin Saum

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saumbioKevin grew up in Long Valley, NJ.  He went to high school at West Morris Central High School, where he played Football and suffered from second impact syndrome in his senior season.  Kevin is a medical miracle from a standpoint of not only surviving second impact syndrome, but in terms of how highly he functions in the aftermath of it. Kevin graduated from Rutgers University in 2012 with a degree in Sport Management.  He recently graduated from the Sports Industry Management Masters program at Georgetown University and wrote his capstone thesis on improving Health and Safety in the NFL.

Media

Print/Internet:

NJ.com, “Kids and Concussions: The Effects of Head Injuries in Young Athletes”, Stanmyre / Friedman. 1/2010.

Video/Audio:

CBS News, “Concussions Have Big Impact on Kids”, Ashton, Jennifer, MD / CBS. 2/2010.

NJ.com, “High School Athletes Tackle Sports Concussions”, Abdou, Nyier / Star-Ledger. 1/2010.

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