Recent Recruits

Here are a few of our recent recruits

Robby Miller joins the Dallas Wings

Robby was Director of Ticket Sales, Texas Motor Speedway

Vice President Ticket Sales and Service

Evan Ashton joins the New Orleans Saints

Evan was VP Corporate Partnerships Columbia Fireflies

Senior Corporate Partnerships, New Orleans

David McElwee joins The Orange Bowl Committee

David was Vice President of Ticket Sales, Service, and Operations, Washington Nationals

Vice President of Business Development

Matt Galante joins Eventellect

Matt was Premium Experience Specialist, New York Yankees

As Senior Consultant, Marketing and Sales

Kellie Leeman joins the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Kellie was Associate Director of Championships Marketing & Ticketing, NCAA

As Sr. Director of Ticket Sales and Service

Josh Olerud joins the SWB Railriders

Josh was Executive Vice President, Potomac Nationals

As COO

Adam Sinclair joins the USTA

Adam was Vice President Operations, Monumental Sports & Entertainment

As Sr. Director of Operations

Nick Sargent joins the SIA

Nick was VP of Global Business Alliance, Burton Snowboards

As President

Kevin Mortesen joins the University of Texas Austin

Kevin was VP of Communications, DineEquity, Inc.

As Chief Communications Officer, Athletics

Nicole Duckett Fricke joins the LA Clippers

Nicole was Partner, Milberg LLP

As General Counsel

Scott Einhorn joins the Orlando Predators

Scott was VP of Ticket Sales and Service, Orlando Solar Bears

As VP of Ticket Sales and Service

Knesia Sholdra joins the Toronto Rock Lacrosse Club

Knesia was Sales Manager, Toronto Argonauts Football Club

As Director of Ticketing

TeamWork Innovators

Alison Miller, Senior Marketing Director, Chicago Cubs

Alison was a basketball player at the University of Michigan. In the product management circles of General Mills, she was known as the person who could turn around a brand. Her first big test was with Honey Nut Cheerios, a flagging offshoot to regular Cheerios and even though it had its nutritional recommendation of lowering cholesterol, most people bought Cheerios and put sugar on them. She grew the business by $18 million and when she was hired by the Cubs Honey Nut Cheerios was the #1 cereal brand in the country.


Others Say

"When I met Alison, she had awesome examples of her work. We were reinvigorated. We hired her!"

Bryan Robinson, Vice President of Human Resources, Chicago Cubs