MiLB announces staff reorganization

Gust to become first female vice president in history

By Minor League Baseball | December 6, 2010 10:41 AM ET

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Tina Gust will become the first woman to hold the title of vice president in the 109-year history of the Minor League Baseball office, as a result of a company reorganization that will take effect January 3, 2011.

Gust, who will be vice president, business development, joined the MiLB office in June 1998 as an assistant in the Licensing Department.

The following staff members will also have new titles beginning next month:

Scott Poley: senior vice president, legal affairs;
Tim Brunswick: vice president, baseball & business operations;
Brian Earle: vice president, Birco & business services;
Tina Gust: vice president, business development;
Rod Meadows: vice president, sales & marketing;
Steve Densa: executive director, communications;
Sandie Hebert: director, licensing;
Scott Kravchuk: director, business development;
Noreen Brantner: senior assistant director, exhibition services and sponsorships;
Kelly Butler: senior assistant director, event services;
Melissa Agee: assistant director, sales & marketing;
Lou Brown: assistant director, legal affairs;
Jill Rusinko: general manager, Durham Athletic Park & MiLB Charities;
Darryl Henderson: coordinator, affiliate programs

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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