Staff Changes Announced at Medalist Sports
Medalist Sports (Atlanta, Ga.), a world-wide leader in the production of professional and cause-related cycling events, has announced the following promotions and a new hire.
Kelly Greene, formerly Venue Director, has been promoted to Vice President, Event Management. In her new role, Greene's responsibilities include oversight of Medalist's day to day operations of existing events, including both internal project management and external client communications. Greene started with Medalist Sports in January 2005.
Virginia Kavanaugh, formerly Director of Client Services, has been promoted to Vice President, Corporate Partnerships. Kavanaugh will continue to have oversight of Medalist's client services department, which includes sponsor communications and benefit fulfillment, and will now support new business and program development. Kavanaugh started with Medalist Sports in September 2004.
In addition, Medalist Sports announces the hiring of April Gellatly as Client Services Manager. Gellatly, a recent graduate of Georgia State University with a degree in Marketing, is also a professional triathlete. Gellatly's responsibilities include management of hospitality programs, benefit fulfillment and production, as well as sponsor communications.
"As Medalist continues to grow its reputation as being a world-class partner in the realm of professional cycling and cause-related platforms, we are proud and fortunate to share these exciting announcements regarding our staff," states Chris Aronhalt, Managing Partner with Medalist Sports. "Virginia Kavanaugh and Kelly Greene truly represent the Medalist philosophy of excellent service and execution, and the addition of April Gellatly is a complementary addition to the Medalist team."
Medalist Sports, with a long and illustrious reputation in the sport of professional cycling, currently is contracted to manage the Amgen Tour of California, the Tour de Georgia presented by AT&T, the Tour of Missouri, the Colorado Stage Race, the Greenville Hospital System USA Cycling Professional Championships, and the LIVESTRONG Challenge Series in partnership with the Lance Armstrong Foundation. Medalist Sports is headquartered in metro Atlanta, GA (www.medalistsports.com).