On the Move

Changing places and positions around the industry


Little League International named JON HARRINGTON as social media coordinator.


The NBA hired SARAH OLIPHANT CRENNAN as vice president, head of content, DTC. Crennan was vice president and head of content at Yahoo Sports.


Envy Gaming hired JOHNATHAN JORDAN as vice president of legal. Jordan was a litigation and esports attorney with Kane Russell Coleman Logan.


The NHL named SEAN WILLIAMS vice president of innovation, technology partnerships. Williams was senior manager, technology and experiential, at Verizon.


The NFL named SAMANTHA FINK director of content partnerships. Fink was senior strategic marketing manager, sports, at Peloton.


Delaware North named SAMIA MAHJUB vice president of business strategy for the Boston Bruins and TD Garden. Mahjub was vice president of business analytics and strategy for the Milwaukee Brewers.

Sodexo Live hired NICOLE HOBBY as vice president of marketing. Hobby was senior vice president, event strategy and management at Ticketmaster.


CSM Sport & Entertainment named SEAN SINGLETARY senior vice president for its consulting practice. Singletary was vice president of Scout Sports and Entertainment.

Sport & Story named BRIAN BOWSHER head of marketing. Bowsher was associate athletic director and chief marketing officer at the University of Washington.


Bally Sports South hired MIKE EMERICK as director, marketing and communications, and promoted STEPHANIE ISENBERG to associate director, marketing; ADAM SHUMAKER to associate director, graphic design; XOCHIL REYES manager, on-air promotions traffic operations; ZACH DILLARD to director, digital and social media content; and ALEX NGUYEN-COLS to associate director, programming operations.

Religion of Sports promoted MEG CIRILLO to co-executive producer and GISELLE PARETS to executive producer.


MLS promoted SETH BACON to executive vice president, media; JEN CRAMER to executive vice president, partnership marketing; CAMILO DURANA to executive vice president, club services and fan development; and CARTER LADD to executive vice president, brand alliances and consumer products. JAY BERHALTER was hired as executive vice president, properties and emerging ventures. Berhalter was chief commercial officer for U.S. Soccer.

MLS NEXT Pro named BROOK GARDINER senior vice president and general counsel. Gardiner was vice president of labor relations for NBCUniversal Media.


Sorare named TU NGUYEN chief financial officer. Nguyen was chief financial officer at 1stDibs.

Two Circles hired EMILY RAWDON as vice president, consulting. Rawdon was manager of performance media at the PGA Tour.


Vivid Seats promoted RIVA BAKAL to chief product and strategy officer and TED PICKUS to chief accounting officer.


Altius Sports Partners hired RAHMAN ANJORIN as senior account executive, MARCUS HOFFMAN as operations coordinator; and CAROLINA BALDWIN as client services coordinator.

BaAM Productions named ANNE GROTEFELD vice president, events. Grotefeld was vice president of global media partnerships at WWE.

The Greater Columbus Sports Commission changed the title of LINDA SHETINA LOGAN from executive director to CEO and president; and promoted MASON ZIMMER to business development manager; ERIC ARCHIBALD to senior director of events; and CELIA ANDERSON to senior director of business development.

Monumental Sports & Entertainment promoted LORIN FANTASKEY to senior vice president, suites. Fantaskey is taking over for RICK MORELAND, who is retiring after 34 years with the company.

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