Jamie Magnon graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2003 from Ohio State University, where he studied Business and Psychology and earned a Bachelor's degree in Business. As a Junior and Senior at OSU, Jamie exercised seven days a week, while still finding the time to focus on school work and even allot his time to compete in collegiate sports, like baseball. Prior to his college career, Jamie Magnon was the Club General Manager at Bally Total Fitness in Columbus. From 1995 to 2001, Jamie was in charge of club membership sales, training his staff, and ensuring monthly quotas were reached, in addition to being responsible for the day-to-day operations of the club. While he ran club operations, he did so well he was awarded Elite Performer four years in a row for his club sales production work. Now residing in Kettering, Ohio, some of Jamie Magnon’s favorite activities include running, hiking, climbing, traveling, boating, working out, playing baseball, golfing, snowboarding, and watching movies. His active lifestyle makes him an ideal candidate for the world of sports and business combined. Jamie used to be the Junior Varsity baseball coach for his high school. Currently he is a coach and player for the Ohio Woodpeckers Baseball Organization. He is also a participant in Habitat for Humanity and Big Brother programs. When not swimming, running, playing football or snowboarding, the certified rescue diver also enjoys reading. Some of Jamie Magnon’s favorite books include "The Way of the Superior Man," “The Da Vinci Code," "Angels and Demons," and "Blue Truth."