Kristi Dosh is a former practicing attorney who is now a writer, speaker and consultant in both the sports and travel industries.
Kristi in Sports
She is currently a contributor for Forbes and is the founder of Business of College Sports and the Business of College Sports podcast.
She has written on the business of college sports for more than a decade for outlets such as ESPN (read about her road to ESPN here), The Washington Post, and Sports Business Journal. Kristi is also a consultant for athletic departments, universities and NIL collectives on matters ranging from strategic planning to conference realignment and navigating the new NIL landscape.
Kristi currently teaches NIL courses at the University of Florida in both the Public Relations and Sports Management programs. She previously hosted the limited-run Game Face podcast for Linktree, which focused on NIL strategies for student athletes, and in 2022 she launched a similar podcast called The Players’ Platform with Duke track and field athlete Emily Cole.
Kristi is the author of business of college football book, Saturday Millionaires: How Winning Football Builds Winning Colleges. She holds a B.A. from Oglethorpe University and a J.D. from the University of Florida.
Kristi in Travel
Kristi is an experienced travel writer who has written for such outlets as Travelocity, Orbitz, AARP, POPSUGAR, CraftBeer.com and more.
Additionally, Kristi is the co-founder of Travel Writers University, which includes an online community for travel writers and in-person travel writing retreats. In 2021, she and her business partner Noreen Kompanik also started a niche travel blog, Travel by Vacation Rental. The following year, they acquired Book Cottages and Rovology for their travel portfolio.
Kristi Writes Romance
Kristi also writes romance novels under the pen name Savannah Carlisle.