Three Added to Staff; Malisa Hollis Promoted
Sept. 24, 2009
Corvallis, Ore. -
The Oregon State University Department of Athletics is pleased to announce that Malisa Hollis has been promoted to the position of director of sports video, and the staff additions of Holly Block, Dan McLean and Mike Keller.
Hollis, a 2001 OSU liberal studies graduate, has been on the Beaver staff since August of 1996 when she began as a student volunteer in the video department (hired full-time in 2001). Her responsibilities include producer, set director, writer and editor for the popular 30-minute Beavers All-Access program that airs weekly from September through May on FSN Northwest. She also is involved in the production of athletic videos that appear at Reser Stadium, Gill Coliseum, Goss Stadium at Coleman Field and at special events such as The Bennys and 50-yard-line dinner.
Block is the marketing and events data base coordinator for the Beavers. The 2007 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee arrives at OSU after 18 months at GMR Marketing in New Berlin, Wisc. She has also been employed at We Energies and Zizzo Group in Wisconsin. Her responsibilities at OSU include working with the Beaver Athletic Student Fund (BASF) to create, develop and execute marketing strategies, and managing the department’s social media networks, among other duties.
McLean arrives at OSU from the Fresno State University Bulldog Foundation, where he was involved in raising more than $5 million annually as a development assistant for athletics. His new position is as the regional BASF Director for the Portland and Salem areas. He is a graduate of Central Michigan University and holds a master’s in sports administration from Wayne State University.
Keller also was a development assistant at Fresno State after working as a marketing assistant at the University of South Carolina. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois and earned a master’s in sport and entertainment management from South Carolina. Keller currently is the BASF regional director for the mid-Willamette Valley, and southern and central Oregon.
Both McLean and Keller have an emphasis on the initiative of “Expanding Beaver Nation – 12,000 Strong by 2012.”