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Executive Transactions

U.S. Soccer promoted CAITLIN CARDUCCI to VP/Member Programs & Stakeholder Engagement, MARY TEETER to VP/Development, MICHAEL BENFORD to Dir of Brand Development, AARON GONZALEZ to Dir of Event Production, ILYANNA GUTIERREZ to Dir of Media Operations, AARON HEIFETZ to Dir of USWNT Communications and MICHAEL KAMMARMAN to Dir of USWNT Communications (U.S. Soccer).

NASCAR named former Bespoke Sports & Entertainment Sponsorship Strategy & Consulting Account Manager MURPHY JONES Partnership Strategy Senior Manager (LinkedIn).

Hospitality and tailgating experience company RevelXP named former Sharks Corporate Partnerships Senior Manager SCOTT SIMMONS VP/Premium Sales. Simmons will lead sales for Playoff Premium, an exclusive collection of premium ticket, hospitality. His hiring follows RevelXP's deal in April becoming the first-ever exclusive Playoff Premium provider for the CFP (RevelXP).

ESPN promoted Senior Talent Planning & Development Coordinator KALIDIA REYES to On-Air Talent Relations Manager (Domestic side) (LinkedIn).

The Texans named former Hornets Corporate Partnership intern MICHAEL NOLEN Partnership Marketing Coordinator (LinkedIn).

The Drone Racing League named former Notre Dame Athletes Equipment staffer SAM BRUCHHAUS Business Intelligence Analyst (LinkedIn).

These career changes are recorded every day in the SBJ Atlas Executive Directory. With more than 60,000 contacts curated over 15 years and boosted by the power of Inside View, the SBJ Atlas Executive Directory provides clients with a searchable database of the most relevant executives.

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