FRONT OFFICE STAFF
DIRECTOR OF SALES AND MARKETING – Katie Lenerville
Katie Lenerville joins the Wild staff for the 2016-17 season as the Director of Sales and Marketing after spending three seasons with the Rapid City Rush (CHL) in South Dakota. She’s excited about transitioning into junior hockey, and being in Washington places her close to family. Her energy, experience, and attention to detail make her a valuable addition to the Wenatchee Wild organization.
SENIOR ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE – Laura Corbett
Laura Corbett is in her first season with the Wenatchee Wild as a Senior Account Executive. She graduated from South Dakota State University in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism. Shortly after graduation Laura worked for the Rapid City Rush hockey team. She is excited about exploring Washington and seeing all it has to offer!
OFFICE MANAGER – Nadine Lemons
Nadine Lemons, a Washington state native, joins the Wenatchee Wild as the Office Manager. She received a Bachelor’s Degree from Purdue University in 2011, and has been working in various administrative roles for the last five years. She also served with Americorps and loves to volunteer when time allows. Nadine recently moved to the Wenatchee Valley from the Seattle area with her husband and four children. She enjoys hiking, camping, watching films, and of course, spending time with her wonderful husband and kids. She is also looking forward to the upcoming hockey season and can’t wait to cheer on the Wild.
DIRECTOR OF MEDIA RELATIONS / ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE
and PLAY-BY-PLAY BROADCASTER – Arch Ecker
Arch Ecker comes to the Wenatchee Wild after working 20 seasons of junior hockey in the AFHL, AWHL, and NAHL, all Tier II Junior A leagues. He spent the last ten seasons with the Topeka (and Santa Fe) RoadRunners, following four seasons with the Helena Bighorns and six with the Butte Irish. He’s performed numerous duties over the years with the teams in the front office but his true passion remains broadcasting. He’s called over 1,100 regular season and playoff games at the Tier II level, and dozens more at Tier III and Junior B levels. He’s excited about returning to the northwest and discovering all the Wenatchee Valley has to offer.