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11/20/2013 11:54 A.M. ET

Brewers announce front office staff promotions

The Milwaukee Brewers today announced the promotions of two front office staff members to director-level positions in the organization. 

Jessica Brown, who is entering her ninth season with the Brewers in 2014, has been promoted to Director - Ticket Technology and Services. Brown was most recently the Senior Manager - Ticket Services and Technology and joined the team in July of 2008. Prior to joining the Brewers she was the Brewers Client Representative with Tickets.com. 

Brown has directed the Brewers ticket technology team through a successful migration to the new ProVenue ticketing software and has helped implement advanced ticketing technology that provides services to internal and external customers. A native of North Prairie, Wisconsin, Brown is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin. 

"Jessica has been an important part of improving the customer service operations in the ticket office, both in-person and online" said Rick Schlesinger, Brewers Chief Operating Officer. "Our advancements in technology under her direction have helped streamline the buying and research experience."

Caitlin Moyer has been promoted to Director - New Media and will enter her 12th season with the Brewers in 2014. She has previously served as a Senior Manager - Marketing and Advertising and Marketing and Promotions Manager. She started with the Brewers in 2003 as a Corporate Marketing intern and spent the 2004 season as a member of the Brew Crew before joining the organization full- time as a Marketing Coordinator in 2005. 

A graduate of Marquette University in 2004, Moyer recently received her Master's Degree from Marquette and currently is an adjunct professor at Marquette University's J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication. Moyer resides in Wauwatosa with her husband, Brian.

"Caitlin has been instrumental in building our new media presence from the start to what we now believe is among the best in baseball," said Schlesinger. "Her creativity and hard work have made her a very important asset in our marketing and communications team."

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