Elizabeth Young promoted to Vice President at NASC
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Cincinnati (For Immediate Release) – Elizabeth Chaney Young, formerly the director of membership and marketing for the National Association of Sports Commissions (NASC), takes over as Vice President of the organization, effective immediately.
She has served the NASC in various capacities since joining the organization in 2007 and has been an integral part of the NASC’s growth over the last decade. As director of membership and marketing she developed the annual strategy for membership recruitment and retention and oversaw all integrated marketing and communications for the association. In her new role, Elizabeth will oversee membership, marketing, communications, events, and education to support the continued growth of the organization and service of its members.
“We are fortunate to have someone of Elizabeth’s skill and knowledge continue her career at the NASC,” said Al Kidd, president and CEO. “Her experience with our 800 members will help us continue our growth and further our mission to expand our footprint in the sports events and tourism industry.”
“This is an exciting time at the NASC, and I thank Al for giving me this platform to continue our work with members and key industry stakeholders,” said Young. “I am looking forward to the new opportunities here at the NASC.”
Before joining the NASC, Young was an account executive for Pacers Sports and Entertainment and marketing associate for The Ohio State University Department of Athletics. She also has served as an adjunct faculty member at Northern Kentucky University and Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.
Young graduated from The Ohio State University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in sport and exercise management. She is a member of the American Society of Association Executives, American Marketing Association, and Association of Fundraising Professionals. She received a certificate in personal productivity from the Leadership Management Institute. Young lives in Cincinnati with her husband Jordan and their son, Henry.