"Where Are They Now?" -- John Tingos '06

John Tingos squares to bunt in a 2006 game. (Steven R. Smith)
John Tingos squares to bunt in a 2006 game. (Steven R. Smith)

The Felician sports information office is starting a new online feature for the 2015-16 academic year. In "Where Are They Now?" we will periodically attempt to catch up with Golden Falcon athletics alumni who have gone on to interesting and successful career paths.

The first subject of the series is John Tingos '06, a four-year Felician baseball player who is now a project manager for the professional services firm Deloitte & Touche in New York City.


Name: John Tingos

E-Mail: tingos5@yahoo.com

Year of Felician graduation: 2006

Sport(s): Baseball      

Major(s): Communications

Twitter handle: N/A

Hometown while in high school: Staten Island, N.Y.

Currenty town/city of residence: Staten Island, N.Y.      


List any post-graduate studies or certifications



Current full-time employment

Project Manager for the United States CEO, Deloitte & Touche


Other full-time positions held since Felician graduation

Internal Communications Analyst, Delloitte & Touche


Any other life events you would like to tell us about

Married wife Marisa on July 2, 2011

Son Joseph born on July 23, 2013

Daughter Gabriella born on May 25, 2015




How have you applied your experience participating in college athletics to your current employment?

By keeping a level head no matter what situation comes my way. Working for the US CEO is a high pace environment and paying attention to every detail is crucial.


How has your Felician academic coursework and other extracurricular activities impacted your life, especially professionally?

With Felician being such a small community, it is easy to get distracted when you go into the real world, especially at a large firm like Deloitte. However, having the support staff at Felician had me ready for anything that came my way when I graduated.


What advice, about any aspect of college life, would you give to a current Felician student-athlete?

Make sure you figure out what you want to do with your career before it is too late. You spend too much time practicing for your sport and don't realize how fast these four years will go by. Take the time to sit down with a counselor and plan out your next move!