Industry Appointments: Founder Sport Group, OMG, US Youth Soccer
There were a number of major executive appointments made in the world of team sports in the past few weeks.
- Founder Sport Group, a manufacturer of stock and custom sublimated garments for team dealers, decorators, and college bookstores, named Mike Seferyn as chief information officer. In this role, Seferyn will oversee all of the company’s technology initiatives, including digital customer-facing platforms and tools, backend infrastructure and systems and information security. Seferyn joins from Dollar Tree, where he served as divisional CIO and led IT strategy, service delivery and project delivery for the Family Dollar brand. Prior to that, Seferyn was VP–retail solutions for Lowe’s Home Improvement.
- OrderMyGear promoted Leonid Rozkin to chief financial officer. Rozkin brings more than a decade of private equity, investment banking and financial experience to OMG. During his time at JPMorgan, Rozkin helped several SaaS companies go public and advised on the largest SaaS transactions at the time.
- US Youth Soccer named Skip Gilbert its new CEO. Gilbert has served in leadership roles with a number of sports organizations, most recently with the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) as its managing director of operations, marketing, and development. He also has extensive executive management experience from his involvement with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, the United States Tennis Association, USA Triathlon, USA Swimming, US Soccer, and as Chairman of the National Governing Bodies Council (NGBC).