Fab Five: Indians Welcome Five New Additions to Staff
INDIANAPOLIS - Over the last six weeks, the Indianapolis Indians added five individuals - four new to the organization and one returnee - to the front office staff. Three of the five fulfill openings in the marketing department while the others fall into the communications and corporate sales departments.
Katie Bostic joined the organization in mid-August as social media coordinator. She previously worked for the Bridgeport Islanders, the American Hockey League affiliate of the New York Islanders, as their digital and social media manager. She also has professional experience with USA Baseball, the Columbus Lions and Atlanta Braves. Bostic graduated from Ohio State University in 2016 with her bachelor's degree in education, sport industry.
Max Freeman joined the Indians in mid-August as digital marketing manager. Prior to joining the sports industry, he worked for Epsilon (formerly Coversant) as a media analyst in Chicago. An Indianapolis native and North Central High School graduate, Freeman also spent a summer interning with Rolls-Royce in the Circle City. He graduated from Indiana University in 2018 with undergrad degrees in informatics and Chinese language & culture and began pursuing his master's in sports administration from Northwestern University earlier this year.
Heidi Gahm was hired in mid-August as marketing project manager. She spent the previous 1 Â½ years with the Chicago Bulls as their marketing coordinator. Gahm has also worked for Kraft Sports & Entertainment and completed two internships with the Green Bay Packers. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in 2017 with a degree in business administration, marketing with a digital emphasis and a sports management minor.
Mike McClure is the most recent addition to the front office, having joined the organization last week as a senior corporate sales account executive. McClure's career in sports has included successful stints with the Detroit Pistons, Indiana Pacers and Florida State University Athletics. He also has local sports media sales experience with WTTV-4 and Comcast Spotlight. Mike is a 1990 graduate of Illinois State University.
Adam Pintar returned to the Indians as creative director in late July after spending the last three years with USA Football in the same role. Pintar first interned for the Indians in 2011 and eventually ascended to graphic designer, creative services manager and director of creative services until the halfway point of the 2018 season. He also serves as team photographer. Pintar graduated from Indiana University in 2012.
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