St. Paul, MN, — Minnesota Aurora FC is proud to announce the appointment of Jillian Davis as the Vice President of Brand Marketing and Communications. Jillian brings nearly two decades of experience shaping and elevating brand narratives, making her a valuable addition to the Minnesota Aurora family.
With a commitment to building meaningful brand stories anchored in organizational values, JIllian has spent her career helping companies connect with their audiences while driving business growth. Her track record includes contributions to Silicon Valley startups and Fortune 1, and her interest in employer branding as a catalyst for organizational success aligns seamlessly with Minnesota Aurora’s dynamic vision.
Minnesota Aurora President and COO Jessica Poole, expressing excitement about this pivotal hire, stated, “Jillian’s experience aligning brand storytelling with organizational truth is in perfect alignment with our values. We are thrilled to welcome her to the team and know her leadership will elevate the club to new heights.”
Jillian shared her enthusiasm for joining Minnesota Aurora, saying, “I am truly honored to be a part of Minnesota Aurora FC, a place that aligns with my values and offers a platform for meaningful work. I look forward to contributing to the team’s success and connecting the club with fans across, and well beyond, Minnesota.”
Minnesota Aurora will enter its 2024 season with an expanded, 100% female leadership team. Aurora also recently announced a second team, Aurora 2, providing a pathway for players looking to play for the first team and providing more opportunities for community engagement.
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About Minnesota Aurora FC:
Minnesota Aurora is a pre-professional women’s soccer team in the USL W League that plays at TCO Stadium in Eagan, MN. The team is community owned with 3080 community investors.
In its first two seasons, Aurora is undefeated in the regular season at 23-0-1 and has won the Heartland Division title both years. Aurora averages 5800 fans per game. The team was founded by a group of Twin Cities residents to develop the next generation of women’s talent, both on and off the field. For more visit MNAurora.com.