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Jay B. Hall

Jay B. Hall

Jay joined the NSGA team full time in April of 2012 as the Director of Digital Services. He previously managed the Athlete Registration process for all state and national events. This includes all results and athlete communications to ensure a successful entrance and participation in The Games. In addition, he was responsible for all technology including the NSGA Website and information systems required for efficient organizational operation. In January 2014, Jay took a new opportunity as the Director of Venue Management for the 2015 World Police & Fire Games. He was then promoted to the Senior Director of Venues and Competition for the 2015 WPFG. However, he is still involved with the NSGA in a different role and currently manages the NSGA Website as well as being the NSGA's graphic design artist. His career began with the NSGA as the Registration Manager at the 2011 Summer National Senior Games presented by Humana in Houston where he worked directly with the LOC managing Registration and assisted all corporate staff where needed. Prior to his time with the NSGA, Jay developed websites for the Greater Houston US Bowling Congress, the LSU Bowling Team and several other organizations. Additionally he served as an event coordinator for the Tallgrass Country Club in Wichita, Kansas. In February 2012, Jay worked for the United States Bowling Congress 2012 Open Championship tournament, a 150 day event. Jay is an avid athlete. He was a member of the Louisiana State University Bowling Team. Additionally, he played baseball for the Newman University Baseball Team and the Brown Mackie College-Salina Baseball Team. He also has quite the golf game, with a handicap of 5, and he is ready to get out on the course at every opportunity. Jay received a Master of Science in Kinesiology with a Concentration in Sports Management from Louisiana State University and a Bachelor of Business in Management from Newman University. 



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