Teamworks Announces Leadership Updates to Fuel Company Growth
DURHAM, NC (November 11, 2021) – Zach Maurides, CEO and Founder of Teamworks, the operating system for elite athletic organizations, has announced a series of leadership updates across the organization that will improve processes for customers and continue to position Teamworks as the most comprehensive solutions provider in sports technology.
Hilary Lerner has been elevated to Senior Vice President, People & Culture. “Hilary takes a progressive approach to innovating the Teamworks culture and continues to drive our company forward,” said Maurides. “She is tremendous at identifying, recruiting, and retaining people of high talent and character to our team. As we continue to grow our team in 2022 and beyond, Lerner is extremely well positioned to manage this growth.”
Corey Richardson has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Sales. “The growth we’ve realized at Teamworks under Corey’s sales leadership has been extraordinary,” Maurides continued. “As he comes up on five years with Teamworks, Corey has led us through an unprecedented year as Teamworks continues to gain market share in college sports and in all major professional leagues in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific. We have high expectations for continued growth and have full confidence in Corey and his team to get us there.”
Other leadership team promotions include Anna Resman, promoted to Vice President of Strategy & Operations, and Faryn Roy, promoted to Vice President of Customer Success. Finally, John Brewer will join the leadership team as Senior Director of Marketing.
Placing a high priority on product and P&L performance, Maurides has appointed General Managers to oversee each business unit within the Teamworks suite. These leaders will report to Resman and be responsible for optimizing product value propositions to drive usage and engagement with Teamworks customers and end users.
- Angela LaPointe, promoted to Senior Director of Hub
- Josh Jodrey, promoted to Director of Platform
- Stephanie Ross, promoted to Director of Academics
- Zack Cooper, promoted to Director of Compliance
- Sean Harrington, appointed to Senior Director of Notemeal
In addition to his responsibilities as Chief Innovation Officer at Teamworks, Jim Cavale will continue to serve as President of INFLCR.
Due to accelerated sales growth, Maurides has also organized Teamworks’ sales and business development teams by market territory. These territory General Managers will report to Richardson.
- Mark Morris, promoted to Vice President of DI Collegiate
- Kevin Barefoot, promoted to Vice President of Collegiate Business Development
- Joe Miller, hired as Director of Non-DI Collegiate
- Paul Dudley, promoted to Vice President of Enterprise and International
- Courtney Fischer, promoted to Senior Director of North American Professional
“Teamworks has experienced incredible growth and success in 2021 – we are now working with over 5,000 teams in collegiate and professional sports, providing new solutions for our customers and breaking into new markets with innovative partnerships,” said Maurides. “We continue to see great wins with INFLCR as we evolve its product line and have now directly entered the sports performance space with the addition of Notemeal. These leadership changes were well deserved by those involved and necessary as we continue to move Teamworks forward.”
Teamworks is the operating system for elite athletics, empowering more than 5,000 teams around the world to better connect and collaborate by simplifying their internal processes. Based in Durham, North Carolina, and founded in 2004, Teamworks continues to invest heavily in technology and expand the team to respond to the increasing customer demand. Organizations that depend on Teamworks to create a culture of communication and accountability include collegiate athletic departments across Division I, II, and III, professional teams in the EPL, Premiership Rugby, NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, MLS and more. Visit www.teamworks.com for more information.