NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Tennessee Titans have hired Brooke Ellenberger as Vice President of Ticketing and Amber Harding as Social Media Coordinator. The team also promoted Brent Akers to Director of Team Operations and Shereme Siewnarine to Director of Finance. Additionally, the team has hired Tom Kanavy as Assistant to the Strength and Conditioning Coach.
Ellenberger joins the Titans after spending 12 years with the Houston Astros, including the last three years as the Senior Director of Ticket Operations and Strategy. She joined the Astros in 2004 as the Ticket Systems Manager and worked her way up through the ticket office, holding various titles. Before joining the Astros, Ellenberger spent five seasons with the New Orleans Saints. She joined the organization as a ticket sales representative and was the Box Office Manager at the time of her departure to the Astros.
Harding has experience working for Fox Sports Arizona and as a social media correspondent for Major League Baseball, covering the Arizona Diamondbacks. She also has experience as a multi-media reporter for the Pac-12 Conference. Harding is a University of Tennessee graduate and earned a master's degree at Arizona State's Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications.
Akers has been with the Titans for the last 18 seasons, joining the team in 1998. He started in the team's ticket office, but moved over to the operations side in 2001.In 2006, he was named Operations Manager. In his new role, he will be primarily responsible for the team's travel, including training camp arrangements. Siewnarine joined the Titans in 2012 as team's Accounting Manager. In her new role, she will continue to work closely with the organization's CFO, Jenneen Kaufman.
Kanavy joins the Titans with 19 seasons of NFL experience, including eight seasons (2006-2013) as the Head of Strength and Conditioning for the Minnesota Vikings and 11 years (1995-2005) with the Philadelphia Eagles as Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach. He also has experience working for the University of Miami (1993) and his alma mater, Penn State (1993-95).