Jerre Lieberman Joins Little League® Team as Email Marketing Manager
Little League® International is pleased to announce the addition of Jerre Lieberman as its new Email Marketing Manager, effective as of March 6, 2023.
“As we continue to evolve our digital footprint and find new ways to connect with all our participants, families, fans, and volunteers, we are thrilled to welcome Jerre and look forward to the experience and expertise he will bring to the Little League team, ” said Brian McClintock, Little League Senior Communications Executive. “We look forward to working with Jerre to enhance our offerings and more effectively communicate with our volunteers, families and parents, and fans to provide the resources and information needed for all to have a memorable and fun Little League experience.”
mr. Lieberman joins the Little League team after spending the past two years as the Marketing Director for an ice rink management company where he oversaw marketing initiatives for 16 different ice rink facilities in the Northeast, including the creation and establishment of an email marketing network for all 32 rinks and five leagues within the organization. Prior to his role there, Mr. Lieberman also spent nearly a decade working for Comcast Spectacor where he transitioned from a group sales account executive to the marketing manager.
“I am honored to join one of the world’s most honored and respected sports organizations,” said Mr. Lieberman. “To be given the opportunity to help share and write the next chapter for Little League and its members is a privilege. I look forward to contributing to this great team and great cause.”
In his role, Mr. Lieberman will develop, implement, and manage Little League International’s annual email marketing strategy while working to create specific campaigns to enhance the organization’s content distribution and engagement to support the Little League’s overall goals.
mr. Lieberman graduated in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in business management from Lehigh University and in 2012 received a master’s degree in Sport Management from Drexel University.