Apsey Announces Staff Changes

Feb. 9, 2016 BOISE, Idaho â€" Boise State Director of Athletics Curt Apsey recently announced staff changes within the department.

Dusty Clements, the Broncos' Associate Athletic Director for Development, was promoted to Senior Associate Director for External Operations. He will provide oversight for development, the athletic ticket office, marketing & promotions and media relations, while serving as the department's liaison with Bronco Sports Properties. He will continue to serve as the sport administrator for the men's and women's golf programs.

Natalie Keffer, currently the Assistant Athletic Director for Development, will assume responsibility for the day-to-day operations of the Bronco Athletic Association, including annual giving, coaches clubs, sport enhancement funds, capital gifts and endowments. She will also serve as the primary contact with the BAA Board of Directors and Executive Committee. She will work with campus partners including the Boise State Alumni Association, the Boise State University Foundation, University Advancement and the President's Office on behalf of the BAA.

Brayden Dunning, in his position as the Director of Premium Seating, will now focus on major gifts and philanthropic annual giving to help meet the department's increasing need for revenue to address current use scholarships and other department projects. He will continue to serve as the point of contact for Stueckle Sky Center premium seating and Arena Club/Courtside seating at Taco Bell Arena.

Marc Paul, Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic Training, has been promoted to Associate Athletic Director for Sports Medicine. He will continue to oversee the sports medicine staff and training room facilities, while taking on additional programmatic and administrative duties focusing on holistic care for our student-athletes. He will also join the department's senior management team.

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