Jana Doggett Promoted To Executive Associate Athletics Director At Utah State
June 30, 2011
LOGAN, Utah - Jana Doggett, who has served as the Senior Associate Athletics Director for External Operations at Utah State University for the past five years, has been promoted to Executive Associate Athletics Director it was announced Thursday by Director of Athletics Scott Barnes.
"Jana has been by my side in leading our department since I arrived here," said Barnes. "Her overall contributions are laudable and her continued involvement on national committees brings our enterprise a wider lens from which to view national issues in our industry. She truly is a doer."
With her new position, Doggett will be the athletics departments' second-in-command behind Barnes. She will continue to oversee the department's external operations, which includes marketing, event management, media relations, Aggie Sports Properties and the ticket office. She will also continue to supervise the sports of softball, soccer and volleyball, along with the additions of men's and women's tennis, and continue in her role as Senior Woman Administrator.
"Receiving this promotion is a tremendous honor and I am grateful to Scott for having this confidence in me," said Doggett. "I am very fortunate to work with such great coaches, student-athletes, and all of our administrators, and I'm looking forward to this new challenge."
Prior to her current position, Doggett spent 11 years in the athletics department at San Diego State, from 1993-2003, including six years as an associate director of athletics. She also worked at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society San Diego Area Chapter and for the City of San Diego in the Corporate Sponsorship and Development Program.
At San Diego State she supervised all 16 of the athletic department's head coaches as well as the ticket office, marketing and promotions, financial aid, academics, compliance, event management, video production, weight and equipment rooms, sports medicine and business services.
Doggett graduated with a degree in speech communication from San Diego State University. She was born and raised in Nezperce, Idaho before moving to Visalia, Calif., for her high school years.