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Executive Transactions

F1 CMO ELLIE NORMAN "has left" the organization after more than four years in the role. She was "one of the first key executive hires" made by Liberty Media when it acquired the series in '17. Norman "has yet to confirm" what her future plans are (, 1/17).

The Heat promoted two VPs to the level of Senior VP: GARRICK AMOS' new title will be Senior VP/Ticket & Premium Sales & Service and EDSON CREVECOEUR's new title will be Senior VP/Strategy & Data Analytics and COO of 601 Analytics, a proprietary data warehouse and visualization platform designed in-house (Heat).

The Dodgers promoted assistant GM BRANDON GOMES to GM. The club also named two new Assistant GMs, promoting Dodgers Dir of Baseball Operations ALEX SLATER and hiring WFT Chief Legal Officer DAMON JONES. The Dodgers also promoted Dir of Player Performance BRANDON MCDANIEL to VP/Player Performance and Assistant Athletic Trainer THOMAS ALBERT to Head Athletic Trainer (, 1/18).

Northwestern State named UNC Greensboro Exec Associate AD/Development KEVIN BOSTIAN its new AD (NSU).

The Univ. of North Texas named Texas Tech Assistant AD/Academic Services SUZANNE DICKENSON Senior Associate AD/Student-Athlete Academic Services (UNT).

Long Island Univ. named Ole Miss Athletics General Counsel PAUL MCCARTHY Deputy AD (LIU).

Combat sports network FITE named JOSH SHERNOFF Dir of Programming (FITE). 

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