Tim Tucker, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The College Football Hall of Fame announced Thursday that Kimberly Beaudin has been promoted to chief executive officer of the downtown Atlanta attraction.
Beaudin, previously the Hall of Fame’s senior vice president of marketing and sales, succeeds Dennis Adamovich, who said last year he would leave the CEO position he had held since 2016.
Beaudin joined the Hall of Fame staff in 2015 and before that held marketing positions with Arrow Exterminators, the Hawks and the Thrashers, Atlanta’s former NHL franchise. She began her career with Turner Broadcasting.
A.J. Robinson, chairman of the Atlanta Hall Management board of directors, which oversees the Hall of Fame, said in a statement that Beaudin was chosen as CEO “because of her depth and breadth of experience in fan and partnership engagement as well as her tremendous energy and enthusiasm.”
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