liaison between post-season bowls and member institutions
Mark Womack joined the Southeastern Conference staff in 1978 upon graduation from the University of Alabama
Mike Slive Commissioner
Greg Sankey Executive Associate Commissioner/Chief Operating Officer
Mark Womack Executive Associate Commissioner
Charles Bloom Associate Commissioner (Media Relations)
Debbie Corum Associate Commissioner (Sports Administration)
Mark Whitworth Associate Commissioner (External Affairs)
Leslie Claybrook Assistant Commissioner (Championships)
Gil Grimes Assistant Commissioner (Legislative Services)
Charlie Hussey Assistant Commissioner (Marketing/Licensing)
Craig Mattox Assistant Commissioner (Championships)
Kathryn Poe-Switzer Executive Associate to the Commissioner
Peggy Blake Director of Business Operations
Torie Johnson Director SEC Academic Consortium
David Knight Director of Championship Ticket Operations
Craig Pinkerton Director of Media Relations
B.C. Romano Director Video/Creative Services Sylvia
Hagan Barnes Associate Director of Officiating Administration
Chuck Dunlap Associate Director of Media Relations
Tammy Wilson Associate Director of Media Relations
Sean Cartell Assistant Director of Media Relations
Cole Cunningham Assistant Video & Creative Services Director
John Gibson Assistant Director of Championship Ticket Operations
Marianne Jenkins Assistant Director Compliance
Chevonne Mansfield Assistant Director of Media Relations
Tre Stallings Assistant Director Championships
Ginny Thomas Assistant Director of Football Administration
Jordan Chestnut Championships Assistant
Brett Nolen External Affairs & Marketing Assistant
Tayloe Steedman Compliance Assistant
Brenda Gray Receptionist
C.M. Newton Consultant to the Commissioner for Basketball
Larry Templeton Consultant to the Commissioner for Television
Jamey Cavacini-Vincent Legends Program Coordinator
Coordinators of Officiating:
Tony Thompson - Baseball
Gerald Boudreaux - Men's Basketball
Sally Bell - Women's Basketball
Steve Shaw - Football
Manual Ortiz - Soccer
Lurline Hamilton - Softball
Melinda Voorhies - Volleyball
Almost 43 years after moving to Birmingham from Jackson, Miss., The SEC moved into its current headquarters on October 15, 1991. The building is now named for Roy F. Kramer, the SEC's sixth commissioner who retired in July 2002.
During his tenure as the league's commissioner, the SEC won 85 national championships and distributed more than $654 million in revenue back to its member institutions.
The 30,000 square-foot building was provided by the city of Birmingham. It was designed to house the SEC staff and accommodate the needs of the various committees, coaches and administrative groups that meet on a regular basis. From its headquarters, the SEC office certifies the eligibility of all student-athletes, manages championship events, enhances academic opportunities for student-athletes, monitors NCAA and SEC compliance, coordinates officiating assignments, negotiates television contracts, distributes conference revenue, cultivates corporate sponsorships and coordinates media and public relations efforts.
In 2005, a state-of-the-art video command center was built inside the headquarters and named for the late Brad Davis, the SEC Associate Commissioner who was responsible for its development. Davis passed away on March 2, 2006.
The building also features a rotunda that highlights school banners, championship pedestals and two galleries displaying the member institutions.
Former SEC Headquarters
Standard Life Building (1940-1948), Jackson, MS
Redmont Hotel (1948-67), Birmingham, AL
Central Bank Building (1967-88) Birmingham, AL
Riverchase Galleria Tower (1988-1991) Birmingham, AL
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Obviously you have the officiating bias, number of penalties and yards penalized,
Who did what? Womack changed the schedule.
Why? Sure, he's a TUAT alum, but why did he do it, what's his explanation?
The head of SEC officiating is a Bamd grad/homer - big surprise there too.
not surprising from the sec and why i wouldn't be against leaving. the sec doesn't even try to make sure bias shite doesn't happen.
So what? If it comes down to Bama and LSU having one loss, LSU will win by strength of schedule in the BCS.