Professor Singh earned his BSBA cum laude in Finance and a minor in Government from Georgetown University, and his MBA and JD degrees from Emory University. He is a member of the National Sports Marketing Network and Sports Lawyers Association, and the North American Society for Sport Management.
Professor Singh joined the full-time faculty at Farmingdale State in August 2010 after serving 12 years as a management consultant to Fortune 500 corporations, early state companies, and non-profit enterprises. Sab's functional expertise is in and around sports business. He has advised dozens of sports manufacturers, facility developers, service providers, major brands, entrepreneurs, and non-profits.
Professor Singh is often published in Street & Smith's SportsBusiness Journal, the industry's leading trade journal. Professor Singh is publisher and lead writer for Sports Doing Good, a leading resource for academics, non-profit management, and corporate brands.
Professor Singh's research include the study of: emerging teams and companies in the area of sports business; the perception of sports at the amateur and professional level by the South Asian-American population; societal perceptions and responses to the economic and social impact of major sporting events/facilities/entities in developed and emerging economies.