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People: Executive transactions
Published October 15, 2012, Page 24
The WNBA’s Atlanta Dream hired Ashley Preisinger as chief executive officer. Preisinger was director of client development and marketing at Homrich Berg.
The Denver Nuggets named Michael Morrow director of ticket sales. Morrow was the Anaheim Ducks’ senior manager of new business development and retention.
Fordham University named David Roach director of intercollegiate athletics and recreation. Roach was athletic director at Colgate University.
West Virginia University hired Nicholas Halfhill as assistant director of sports marketing. Halfhill was an account executive for the independent Frontier League Washington (Pa.) Wild Things.
Ketchum Sports & Entertainment named Patrick Wixted vice president and client services director, Chris Smith and Allison Goldstein account supervisors, Danielle Dussault account executive and Rachel Brueno and Sofia Vrani account associates.
Legends named Stephanie Andino vice president of human resources, James Lee assistant vice president of finance and business development and Chris Fuller project manager.
World Fishing Network promoted Carlos Baez to vice president of content distribution.
Monogram named Rick Angeli vice president of business development and Denise Hurst Green account manager.
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