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Search Firm Odgers Berndtson Hires Veteran Sports Exec Andy Dolich
Published April 24, 2013
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Dolich most recently worked as an industry consultant after leaving his job as 49ers COO in '10. He will continue to run his consulting practice while working for Odgers. “He is unquestionably one of the nation’s leading sports executives and few individuals have the depth and breadth of his experience,” Potter said in a statement. “There is no shortage of executives wanting to work in the sports industry, but Andy has the knowledge and insight to determine the requisite skills and talents needed to place them in appropriate assignments where they can be successful.”