Camille Hack in in her first year as the Game Day Marketing Assistant for the Broncos. Hack is responsible for running the video board during games for men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball and baseball. Hack creates the graphics for the video board during live game events and manages the social media sight for the Bronco Bench Foundation.
“Bronco blood runs deep in my family. My father, Michael Hack, has been involved at SCU for more than 25 years, currently serving on the Board of Regents, and my brother and sister in law are both recent graduates of SCU,” said Hack. “And while I have been a Lion for the past four years, it excites me to finally become a part of the Santa Clara family.”
Originally from Los Gatos, Calif., Hack came to Santa Clara from Loyola Marymount University where she graduated in May of 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Information Management Systems with an emphasis in International Business.
As a student at LMU, Hack worked for Surfmark Inc. for a year as a social media and marketing intern as well as a campus ambassador. She worked as head manager of the LMU women’s basketball team, managing all operational aspects of practices and games.
Hack also has experience with the Los Angeles Sparks in their ticket office, assisting VIPs during games.
A member of the professional business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi, she took on roles as the VP of Brotherhood in Pledge Class and VP of Community Service and VP of Chapter Operations.
A graduate Los Gatos High School, Hack participated in many sports throughout high school including basketball, softball and cross-country.