SCOTT MILLER, HEATHER HOLLICK JOIN LITTLE LEAGUE STAFF
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (Nov. 22, 2000) - Scott A. Miller of Cogan Station and Heather L. Hollick of Montoursville are the two newest additions to the Little League Baseball International Headquarters staff.
Mr. Miller, who was public relations specialist for Penn State Geisinger Health Plan of Danville from May 1999 to June 2000, was hired in June as director of publications. Miss Hollick, who graduated in May from Bloomsburg University with a business administration/marketing degree, was hired in September as marketing coordinator.
"We're very pleased that Heather and Scott are joining our headquarters family," Stephen D. Keener, President and Chief Executive Officer of Little League Baseball, said. "They both bring a wealth of knowledge and great enthusiasm, and make excellent additions to our staff."
Mr. Miller is responsible for design and printing of more than 3 million pamphlets, brochures, newsletters and books printed annually by Little League. He served as writer/editor for Mansfield University's public relations office from 1989-99, where his work earned a national Gold Award from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), a Best in the Nation Award for editing from the College and Sports Information Directors Association, and an Apex Award from Communications Concepts, Inc., for World Wide Web design and editing. He was a reporter and editor for the Towanda (Pa.) Daily Review from 1986-89.
Mr. Miller is a 1979 graduate of Williamsport Area High School and a 1983 graduate of Penn State University, where he earned a degree in journalism. He is a graduate of the former Memorial Little League (now Maynard-Memorial Little League) in Williamsport, and serves on the board of the Williamsport Recreation Commission Men's Tennis League. He is a member of Lodge 106 F&AM and the Williamsport Consistory A.A.S.R. He resides in Cogan Station with his wife, Tammy, and their two children.
Miss Hollick, a 1996 graduate of Montoursville Area High School, has been
active in charity events with her college sorority and worked as a Little
League intern in the summer of 1999, and worked in Little League's
insurance department for four years. In her new capacity, she assists in
annually licensing more than 100 companies whose products or services carry
the Little League trademark, and works with Little League corporate
sponsors. She is also involved with the promotion of the Peter J. McGovern
Little League Museum.
In other recent personnel moves at Little League Headquarters:
Patti J. English of Huntersville was hired as print shop supervisor early this year. She graduated from Penn College in 1994 and is a U.S. Air Force veteran (nuclear weapons specialist). She came to Little League from a position as a printer for ShopVac.
Cara Glazer of Lewisburg was hired as an assistant in the publications and media relations department in June. Ms. Glazer graduated from Berkeley College in New York, and was working for The Market Street Group and the Lewisburg Hotel before being hired at Little League.