Lindsey LeJeune joined the Dallas Sports Commission in October 2018 as the Marketing and Social Media Coordinator. Prior to this, LeJeune was the Account Coordinator and Social Media Analyst for Tony Fay Public Relations. She was also the communications intern for College Football Playoff in 2016, where she assisted in the development of many of the organization's social media strategies. LeJeune has worked on a variety of major sporting events across the country - College Football Playoff National Championship, Dallas Wings, Women's Final Four, March Madness, PlayStation Fiesta Bowl, Motel 6 Cactus Bowl, Cotton Bowl Classic, SPHL Louisiana Ice Gators, R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl and San Antonio Big League Weekend.
LeJeune's interest in the sports industry began on campus where she was a student worker in the athletics department at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. After assisting operations efforts for the Ragin' Cajuns first bowl game appearance in 40-plus years, she went on to earn a master's degree in sport management from Texas A&M University.
LeJeune spent five summers on staff with Camp Ozark in Mt. Ida, Ark. and is a volunteer leader for Young Life in North Dallas. When she isn't tweeting or posting to Instagram, she enjoys cooking, photography and exploring the great outdoors with her adventure buddy, Chief the Golden Retriever.
"The dedication of the Dallas Sports Commission is the underlying reason why we continue to select Dallas to host the Mizuno Lone Star Classic National Qualifier over two weekends at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center. " Glen Lietzke Executive Director Mizuno Lone Star Classic
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