On the Move

Changing places and positions around the industry


Little League International hired MIKAYLA ARNOLD as an account executive, marketing.

The Class A Wisconsin Timber Rattlers hired JORDAN GRETZLOCK as director of grounds.


The Mobile Premier League hired MATT MCCLOSKY as vice president and general manager of North America. McClosky was vice president of commerce at Twitch.


The San Francisco 49ers hired MELANIE SABOL as manager, partnership activation; NATE RACELA as manager, partnership sales; and ABBY GAMACHE as coordinator, partnership design.


Pro Links Sports and the PGA Tour’s Valspar Championship named MIKE HARRISON associate tournament director. Harrison was vice president of partnerships with Vinik Sports Group.


The Los Angeles Kings hired JOE RUDOLF as controller and JADE CAPRISTO as coordinator, team operations and media services.


Excel Sports Management named RICK SHAPIRO as a senior adviser to the agency’s baseball division, and hired MICHAEL TELLEM as head of international basketball recruiting.

Legends hired BRIAN KILLINGSWORTH as chief marketing officer. Killingsworth was chief marketing officer for the Vegas Golden Knights.

Pulse Sports and Entertainment named BRIAN BISHOP chief revenue officer. Bishop was senior vice president, commercial revenue, for Inter Miami CF.


AMB Sports and Entertainment promoted NATALEE ANDERSON to vice president of private events and special projects; DOUG ROBERTS to vice president of stadium events and premium sales; and WARREN PARR to vice president of ticketing.

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