COLLEGE STATION—Texas A&M Senior Associate Athletic Director for External Operations Jeff Schmahl announced a couple of staff promotions among the 12th Man Productions group today.
“I have said on many occasions we have the very best production and video staff in the country and I am pleased to announce that we have promoted Michelle Glover to Director of 12th Man Productions and Erik Pulverenti to the position of production manager,” Schmahl said. “When the 12th Man Productions staff was formed two years ago, these were a couple of the shining stars.”
“I have personally known Michelle for 10 years and she is a tremendously talented person with television and big screen experience,” Schmahl added. “She has been the person pushing the buttons on which images appear on the big screens in our facilities. She has a good handle on the overall athletic video experience and has displayed good leadership qualities.”
“Erik has been an editor and producer on the staff and one of the first things he produced was “There’s a Spirit” video that has quickly become a fan favorite,” Schmahl stated. “He has shown an ability to grasp an idea and produce the images needed to reach the core of the message. Despite being fairly young in the business, he already has a reputation as one of the best in the business.”
Andy Richardson will remain as the Director of Big Screen Productions and Aaron Creasy as the chief engineer at 12th Man Productions.
The positions came available when Tiffany and Brandon Verzal had to resign their respective positions in order to care for their daughter, Alexis.
“We lost a couple of very talented people but we are fortunate to have a quality staff with very, very good people to step forward,” Schmahl said.
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