Director of Sales & Member Relations
An Orlando native and University of Central Florida alum, Matt joined the Orlando Sports Foundation staff in 2015 and oversees the day-to-day ticket sales and operations for the Cure Bowl. Prior to joining the Orlando Sports Foundation staff, he worked for the UCF Athletics Association in various roles.
Director of Events and Operations
The UCF graduate earned her bachelor’s degree in Event Management (2013) and went on to receive her Master’s degree in Business Administration and Sport Business Management (2015). Upon graduation, Becca worked with UCF Athletics in the marketing department as the Assistant Director of Fan Development. There, she oversaw football in-game production as well as all marketing and game day experiences for Men’s Basketball.
Marketing and Communications Coordinator
Internal Operations Coordinator
Controller/ Business Operations/HR
Kelly joined the team in May 2017 and is responsible for managing accounting and certain HR functions. She is a CPA and has her bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Florida International University and an MBA from the University of Central Florida. Although she has experience working with some of the largest companies in Central Florida, including CNL and HD Supply as a Controller, she has found a new passion working for non-profits. Kelly lives with her husband, Jack, son, Jack III and daughter, Maddie.
GM of the Cure Bowl All-Stars
Mark organizes and manages the Cure Classic All-Stars game for the Orlando Sports Foundation. The purpose of the event is to bring players from Orange County and Seminole County high schools together for an all-star game. The game has been successful in generating student-athlete scholarship interest from colleges and universities throughout the county.
Nate officially joined the Orlando Sports Foundation in July 2018 after helping launch the inaugural 2015 Cure Bowl as a media relations manager. He oversees the day-to-day public relations and communications responsibilities as well as media operations for the Cure Bowl. The UCF graduate earned an Information Technology degree in 2009 and later worked in the UCFAA Athletics Communications department. He served three years in the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Media Relations office and earned his Masters in Business Administration in 2012. Nate also worked in the Campbell Athletics Media Services department and has assisted at the Bahamas Bowl and Battle 4 Atlantis Men’s Basketball Tournament as a statistics coordinator.