Athletics, Gator Boosters
GAB 3430974666
Collaborator First Name
Collaborator Last Name
Collaborator Title
Garrett Bell Program Coordinator
Lucy Berres Communications Assistant
Herb Brooks Assistant Director, Communications (Softball)
Doug Brown Deputy Executive Director
Alesha Busch Executive Assistant, Communications
Katie Callahan Assistant Director, Communications (Volleyball / Lacrosse)
Scott Carter Senior Writer
Kathy Cook Director of Internal Operations
Joey Cutting Assistant Director of Development
Zach Dirlam Assistant Director, Communications (Track & Field / Football)
Fleetwood Fleming Assistant Director of Major Gifts
Bruce Floyd Social Media manager
Debbie Gay Licensing Manager
Chris Harry Senior Writer
Liz Hassell Membership Services Coordinator
Curtis Head Director of Major Gifts
Mike Hill Executive Associate Athletics Director for External Affairs
Mary Howard Senior Associate Athletics Director, Communications (Soccer / Gymnastics)
Jillian Kirby Digital Strategy & Analytics Specialist
Rebecca Mahony Executive Assistant
Steve McClain Senior Associate Athletics Director (Football)
Denver Parler Director, Communications (M Basketball)
Phil Pharr Executive Director
Erick Reasoner Director of Development
Michelle Seibold Program Assistant
Corinne Simpson Communications Assistant (men's tennis, cross country)
Colby Smith Associate Director, Gator Booster Financial Reporting
Chad Smith Communications Assistant (swimming & diving)
Sam Stolte Assistant Director, Communications (women's basektball, tennis)
Paul Vosilla Director of Annual Giving
Project Proposed
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Project Name
Project Status
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Creative Services Lead
Development Communications Lead
Digital Communications Lead
Administration Lead
Additional Team
Collaborator Name
  Athletics Prospectus Suite On Hold Go Greater Kickoff Jim Baer Mary Goodwin   Katie Clemen Luke Anderson Doug Brown
  Teaser for BHG Completed Go Greater Kickoff Brenton Richardson       David Houder  
07-29-2016 Gator Boosters Naming Opportunities Completed   Robert Mack Mary Goodwin     David Houder Garrett Bell
01-02-2017 Communications Plan Completed Athletics Fundraising Initiative David Houder Mary Goodwin Jason Phenicie     Doug Brown
01-20-2017 NamingOpportunitiesUpdate Completed   Robert Mack         Erick Reasoner
04-01-2017 Athletics Brand Art Canceled Go Greater Kickoff       Jessica Miller   Mike Hill
04-07-2017 GaryCondronProposal Completed   Robert Mack Mary Goodwin       Garrett Bell
04-21-2017 GameChangerOnePage Completed   Robert Mack       BomYee Woo Garrett Bell
04-28-2017 SoftballGivingOpportunities Completed   Robert Mack Mary Goodwin       Garrett Bell
04-28-2017 FootballGivingOpportunities Completed   Robert Mack Mary Goodwin     BomYee Woo Garrett Bell
04-28-2017 BaseballGivingOpportunities Completed   Robert Mack Mary Goodwin     BomYee Woo Garrett Bell
Created on April 13, 2015 at 11:51 AM (EDT). Last updated by Phenicie, Jason on June 15, 2018 at 10:56 AM (EDT). Owned by Miller, Jessica.
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