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Mr. Brian Wagner '12

 
Mr. Brian Wagner '12
Email: wagner@bonnerprendie.com
610-259-0280 Ext. 1264
Serving Bonner & Prendergast since: 2018
 

Education History

B.S. in Sport & Leadership Studies- Kutztown University
M.S.  Sports Business- Neumann University

Personal Information

As a 2012 Bonner graduate, Brian spent his time playing football & rugby and was also a member of multiple clubs and other organizations throughout his years. Our Director of Enrollment Management, Mr. Walsh, had the pleasure of sitting behind Brian in homeroom for all four years.

After BP, Brian graduated with a BS in Sport & Leadership Studies from Kutztown University. Then in May of 2019, he received his Master’s in Sports Business from Neumann University. Mr. Wagner spent the early part of his career working in a variety of the Major League stadiums and venues throughout the Philadelphia area. Spending the majority his time working event management and operations, at the Wells Fargo Center.

While in graduate school, Mr. Wagner made his return to Bonner & Prendie as an intern under our previous Athletic Director, then eventually took the reins of our Athletics Department in October of 2018. Brian truly enjoys being back at Bonner & Prendie and is excited to help his department grow!

Why Bonner & Prendergast?

As the youngest of five siblings to go through Bonner & Prendie, Brian knows first-hand how important this school is to the local community. He sees our athletic events as the perfect outlet for the community, and current student body, to come together and show support for this great school. He believes the athletic programs at Bonner & Prendie provide student-athletes the perfect opportunity to develop and grow in all aspects of their lives, not just on the playing field. He says, “To be able to work somewhere that helped shaped me, and my siblings, into who we are today, is truly a dream come true. I look forward to helping develop more Friars & Panda’s as I’m here, all while keeping old traditions alive and helping create new ones!”