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Spotlighting Achievements of LA Kings Female Employees

In celebration of Annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day, learn more about the women who work for the LA Kings

by LA Kings @LAKings / LAKings.com

Within every department of the LA Kings business operations are incredible women at all levels who help to make the organization successful. Each contributes her vision, experience and hard work on a daily basis.

In celebration of the 35th Annual National Girls & Women in Sports Day (NGWSD), the LA Kings are proud to spotlight the achievements of several female employees that have made an impact in their roles with the Kings.

Brittany Eremita
Supervisor, Kings Care Foundation

Brittany Eremita runs all ancillary fundraising for the Kings Care Foundation including the administration of the 50/50 raffle program, selling specialty items, and executing LA Kings game night silent auctions. With an ongoing drive to serve families in the LA community, she takes pride in raising the foundation's mission and continues to build meaningful relationships with organizational leaders and donors. Brittany also serves as the Secretary on the Kings Care Foundation Board. 

Brittany holds a B.A. in Marketing Communications from California Lutheran University and is currently pursuing her Master's degree with Villanova University.


Gretchen Kiker
Sr. Manager, CRM & Email Marketing 

Over Gretchen Kiker's 10-year career with the LA Kings, she has helped connect fans not only in LA, but across the world, by sharing the LA Kings story and moments both on and off the ice. Prior to joining the Kings, she worked for the Dallas Cowboys and the Frisco RoughRiders, Double-A affiliate of the Texas Rangers. Gretchen is a native Texan and proud Texas Tech alumnus.


Kylie McLogan
Sr Account Executive-Group Sales

 

Kylie McLogan has been with AEG for 5 years. She generates unique group experiences with the LA Kings including on ice performances, hosting professional panels, and helping schools fundraise. She is passionate about the spread of hockey in California and assuring that each fan walks away with a memorable experience. When not working Kylie enjoys spending time with her friends and family, petting every dog within a 50-yard radius, and attending concerts.

Therese Nguyen 
Director of Partnership Activation

Therese Nguyen started her sports career journey as an intern for Corporate Sponsorship at AEG and the Los Angeles Kings. She has been at the forefront of bringing to life exciting connections between the Kings and its loyal fans with innovative partners large and small. Starting in her 16th season with the Kings, Therese is currently the Director of Partnership Activation. Avid hockey fan, happy wife, proud mom to a chill 8-month old boy, and lover of all things corgis and Christmas.


Aunisha Leffridge 
Human Resources Assistant 

Aunisha Leffridge provides administrative support to the AEG Sports properties including LA Kings, Ontario Reign, and Inside Sales Program. This entails a variety of activities including recruiting, payroll processing, personnel record maintenance, processing employee status changes, and responding to employee questions. She started off in the beauty industry as a Recruiter for Drybar upon graduating from the University of La Verne. Being an athlete majority of her life, she knew the sports industry is where she would end up as she transitioned into a career.


Marisa Blanco
Supervisor, Hockey Development

Marisa Blanco started with LA Kings in 2012 as an intern and worked her way up to a full-time position as Supervisor of Hockey Development. Born and raised in Southern California, Marisa has been playing hockey for 25 years. She is a USA Hockey Level 3 certified coach and is a volunteer coach with the Hawthorne PD's Power Project Girls team. She started off playing roller hockey on the Central Coast and has been playing ice hockey for the last 12 years, winning a USA Hockey Women's C Division National title in 2018 with the LA Lions.

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