Little League® International has recently announced the addition of three new full-time employees to its staff as Mary Ann Goetz, Jason Baier, and Aaron Snyder join the team in Williamsport, Pa.
Mrs. Goetz was officially hired in February 2017 as an Accident Claims Coordinator in the Risk Management Department of Little League International; Jason Baier was named Technical Support Specialist in the Information Services Department of Little League International in June 2017; and Mr. Snyder joined the World of Little League®: Peter J. McGovern Museum and Official Store as a full-time Tour Coordinator in May 2017.
Mary Ann Goetz, Accident Claims Coordinator
Mrs. Goetz joined the Little League team in February after spending 10 years as a loan officer in consumer lending and an additional 10 years as a substitute teacher in the Montgomery Area School District. Along with her professional experience, Mrs. Goetz spent four years as a fitness instructor at the Williamsport YMCA. A graduate of Binghamton University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, Mrs. Goetz has served her community as the President of the Elimsport Elementary PTO, Board Member for Montgomery Little League, and Treasurer for the Montgomery Performance Arts Boosters.
Jason Baier, Technical Support Specialist
Mr. Baier comes to Williamsport after serving as a Cancer Services ARIA IT Administrator at UPMC Susquehanna for the last two years. Prior to that, Mr. Baier served as an Information Technology Technical Support Technician and Information Technology Hardware Installation Technician at Susquehanna Health, served four years in crash/fire/rescue for the United States Air Force, and worked as a contract firefighter for the United States Army where he was then named Lieutenant. In 2012, Mr. Baier graduated from Pennsylvania College of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Security and Assurance while minoring in Risk Analysis.
Aaron Snyder, World of Little League® Tour Coordinator
A 2014 graduate of Bloomsburg University with a degree in Education, Mr. Snyder joins the World of Little League Museum staff after spending the last year as an alternative education teacher for PA Treatment and Healing. During his time there, Mr. Snyder was responsible for teaching “disruptive” students from multiple school districts in the Susquehanna Valley region in grades 7-12 in the subjects of Social Studies and English. Along with his experience there, Mr. Snyder has teaching experience with two sections of an online class at The Keystone National High School as well as day-to-day substitute teaching experience in the Millville Area School District and Loyalsock Township School District. In 2009, Mr. Snyder also served as a Little League World Series Summer Camp Counselor in Williamsport.