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Woodchucks Announce Staffing Updates

The Wisconsin Woodchucks are pleased to announce one promotion and three new additions to the front office staff for the upcoming season.

Kayla Zenner has been promoted to the Director of Marketing & Corporate Service. She is entering her third season with the Woodchucks, after serving two seasons as the Marketing & Corporate Service Coordinator. In her new role, Kayla will be responsible for driving corporate sponsorship revenue. She will continue to oversee all things marketing and media.

Kayla has her Bachelor’s in Sociology from Marquette University and her Master’s in Sports Administration from Northwestern University. In addition to her work with the Woodchucks, Kayla is active in the Wausau area through various young professional organizations.

 

Logan Arndt is entering his first season with the Woodchucks as the Manager of Operations, Food & Beverage. Logan joins the Woodchucks after spending last summer as a Baseball Operations Manager Intern with the Bismarck Larks of the Northwoods League. With the Woodchucks, Logan will be responsible for concessions operations as well as the management of our gameday staff. Logan has a degree in Sport Management from UW-La Crosse and is originally from Marshfield, WI.

 

 

Leah Freidel is also joining the Woodchucks for her first season as the Manager of Ticket Sales & Operations. Leah will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the ticket department, working to provide excellent customer service and an enjoyable gameday experience for our fans. Leah previously worked for the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters as gameday staff for four summers and she was a Ticket Sales Intern for the Eau Claire Express in 2018. She graduated with a Marketing degree from Chippewa Valley Technical College. She is originally from Wisconsin Rapids, WI.

 

Whitney Treu is entering her first season with the Woodchucks as the Manager of Marketing & Digital. She will be responsible for marketing efforts, strategy, analysis, and brand development. Prior to the Woodchucks, Whitney spent time as a Social Media Coordinator and an event planner. She graduated from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities with a degree in Strategic Communications and Economics. Whitney is originally from Wausau, WI.