SBJ/June 23-29, 2014/People and Pop Culture
People: Executive transactions
Published June 23, 2014, Page 28
The Atlantic 10 named Mike Vest associate commissioner for external affairs. Vest was director of digital assets and university partnerships for IMG College.
Arizona State University named David Cohen and Scottie Graham senior associate athletic directors. Cohen was director of new stadium sales for the Minnesota Vikings’ new stadium project for Van Wagner Sports and Entertainment. Graham was director of player engagement for the NFL Players Association.
Geneva College named Van Zanic athletic director.
Jacksonville University named Donnie Horner chief athletics officer. Horner was chief government and community affairs officer and professor of management at the school.
The University of South Florida named Irele Oderinde director of athletic performance. Oderinde was coordinator of strength and conditioning for the football program at West Virginia University.
The Fiesta Bowl selected Andy Western as a member of the Fiesta Bowl Committee. Western is an attorney with Osborn Maledon in Phoenix.
The New York Jets named Roberto Beltramini vice president of premium partnerships, sales and service. Beltramini was senior director of premium sales for the New York Mets.
Manulife Financial LPGA Classic tournament director Richard Kuypers resigned.
The Phoenix Coyotes promoted Tim Bernhardt to director of amateur scouting and Jeff Twohey to assistant director of amateur scouting.
The New Jersey Devils and Prudential Center named Brian Fisher director of public relations. Fisher was director of public relations for MSG Networks.
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