Nick comes to STAC by way of Hofstra University where he obtained his Masters in Higher Education. His previous experience varies from working in the Office of Student Engagement at Hofstra to working as a Project Manager for website design companies. Nick was awarded the NODA Region IX 2018 Outstanding Graduate Student Award. Nick currently lives in New Paltz, New York with his wife, Dana, and their dog that they are obsessed with, Darla. Nick's main goals at STAC are to give the best student experience possible. He also wants to engage many more students in the many events and programs that happen at STAC.
Brad Sarno, or as most people know him as “The Voice of the Spartans,” enters his seventh year with St. Thomas Aquinas College as the Coordinator of Athletics & Student Activities Programming. In the Athletic Department, Sarno is responsible for the overseeing all aspects of the Club and Intramural Sports Programs, serves as the Senior Public Address Announcer for Spartan and Lady Spartan Athletic Contests (16th year), and assists the Director of Athletics and Director of Sports Information with the day-to-day operations of their respective offices. As part of his additional duties and responsibilities, Sarno also works for the Office of Student Activities, where he serves as the Advisor for both the College’s Radio Station (WSTK) and Yearbook (The Thomist).
Sarno is a graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas College (2006) and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration. He is also a member of CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America), the Rockland County Coaches Association and the St. Thomas Aquinas College Alumni Association Board of Directors. When in season, Brad also serves as the Audio Engineer and DJ for the Rockland Boulders of the Can-Am League.
Personal: Sarno resides in Northvale, NJ and is the oldest of three siblings, Kimberly Sarno and Jennifer Sarno-McDermott. Both are also graduates of St. Thomas Aquinas College (2006 & 2009). Birthday: 2/15/83.