Boston Red Sox announce front office reorg
Steve’s breakdown: . . . including a new CMO, Adam Grossman at email@example.com.
Go see what they have up their sleeves.
BOSTON, MA: The Red Sox announced on Thursday several promotions and reorganization within the front office.
Following the appointment of Dave Dombrowski to president of baseball operations and Sam Kennedy to club president in mid-August, the Red Sox have reshuffled some its senior leadership.
Jonathan Gilula will continue to serve as executive vice president of business affairs for planning and Fenway Park improvements.
Troup Parkinson has been named executive vice president of partnerships for corporate partnerships and community, player and alumni relations.
David Beeston has been named senior vice president of strategic planning and senior counsel. He’ll serve as a senior advisor to Kennedy.
Ron Bumgarner will continue to serve as senior vice president of ticketing and Fenway enterprises managing all ticketing activities and non-baseball events at Fenway.
Adam Grossman was named senior vice president and chief marketing officer dealing with all aspects of the team’s marketing and branding.
Amy Waryas continues as the senior vice president of human resources and Tim Zue will serve as senior vice president of finance, strategy and analytics, overseeing the club’s financial and business matters.
Naomi Calder has been named vice president of ticket services and operations while Katie Haas has been promoted to vice president business operations.
Pam Kenn, formerly the team’s director of media relations from 2009-2012, has been promoted to vice president of community, alumni and player relations.
Marcita Thompson has been appointed vice president of Fenway Park tours.