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Cimoroni & Company Announces Growing Athlete Roster and Personnel Moves!

Cimoroni & Company is pleased to announce the signing of Brooke Voigt, Derek Livingston, Jeff Whaley, Heather Lightfoot and Liam Brearley as well as several staffing updates that position our team for continued success in a dynamic marketplace.

Connor Finlay, formerly of CF Management, has joined Cimoroni & Company, bringing with him his roster of action sports and Olympic athletes formerly represented by his firm CF Management. In Connor’s role as Manager, Partnerships & Athletes he is focused on business development, client service and the continued expansion of the athlete representation business.

Ryan Murray has been promoted to Director, Client Strategy for his continued success in blending long-term strategy with campaign execution. Ryan has demonstrated excellence in client relationship management as well as strategic oversight of creative and media buying processes.

Jess Whitteker has been promoted to Account Manager, after she excelled in a blended internal operations and client strategy capacity, she’s now taking on a more outward-facing role with both client relations and social content management responsibilities under her portfolio.

Kaitlin Doiron has joined the team as a Coordinator, Marketing. Kaitlin is a recent grad of George Brown’s Sport & Event Marketing program and after a successful internship with a Cimoroni & Company client this summer, she brought her talents agency-side!

“The addition of CF Management’s athlete roster is an exciting step for Cimoroni & Company. We’ve put together a team composed of professionals that can deliver the broad range of brand marketing, sponsorship and athlete & talent representation services we provide. I’m excited to see what these developments mean for us and our clients as we continue to navigate a rapidly changing environment.” – Dan Cimoroni, CEO & Founder

For more info on Brooke Voigt, Derek Livingston, Jeff Whaley, Heather Lightfoot or Liam Brearley please contact

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