Jazz Morales

December 22, 2021

Jazz Morales joined WTCI in September as Senior Manager of Client Services. In his current role, he is responsible for all membership and sponsorship services, as well as ensuring a consistent & excellent client experience.

Jazz was born and raised in the Spanish Harlem area of New York City, and currently resides in Parkville, Maryland. He started attending Towson University in 2008 before having to take a break to work & save up for his remaining tuition costs. He later returned to finish what he started, graduating in 2015 with a 3.6 GPA and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics with a Business minor. His professional experience includes over a decade of management experience across the hospitality, customer service & financial services industries, in addition to years of data analytics & sports research experience.
Sports was Jazz’s first love, including a tryout he was blessed to be a part of when he attended the NFL Regional Combine at the Baltimore Ravens practice facility. Despite injuries & health taking away that dream, he still enjoys playing & watching all sports, spending time raising his son, hanging out with his wife & family, listening to music, singing, exercising, playing video games and watching anime.

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