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Anderson, Prough Join Husky Athletic Fund

Dec. 20, 2017

STORRS, Conn. –Kaleigh Anderson (MCLA ’15) and Jeff Prough (Brown ’08) have been added to the Husky Athletic Fund team. Anderson has been named Administrative Assistant for Athletic Development and while Prough is the new Associate Director of Major Gifts.

Anderson most recently worked as a content marketing strategist at BringSocial, a social media-marketing agency. She managed and created original content for all client social media accounts and build custom audiences based on account needs and business goals.

Prior to her work with BringSocial, Anderson worked at Elms College as an Assistant Sports Information Director while also serving as an Assistant to the Director of Athletics. Her responsibilities included producing student-athlete profile videos, website maintenance and writing feature stories. Anderson also helped create and build relationships with donors from local community.

Prough spent the past two years at Fordham University working as an Assistant Director of Development in their athletic department. During his time with the Rams, Prough worked closely with administrators and coaches to plan and execute fundraising and stewardship events. He served as a member of Fordham’s Development and University Relations Service Committee.

Prior to that, he worked with the Connecticut Wolf Pack and with Premier Sports Advisors. With the Wolf Pack, Prough served as an assistant coach and acted as an organizational liaison to fulfill daily needs of the team.

With Premier Sports, he advised and mentored hockey players and families at the youth, high school and college level. During his time, he cultivated and maintained relationships with teams, programs and coaching staffs to develop new business opportunities and expand client base.

A former athlete, Prough played four seasons on the Brown men’s hockey team receiving All-Academic and All-Ivy League honors all four seasons. After graduating, he played four seasons in the East Coast and American Hockey Leagues.