TCU Announces Frog Club Staff Promotions
FORT WORTH, Texas - TCU director of intercollegiate athletics Chris Del Conte has announced the promotion of Jeremiah Donati to director of the TCU Frog Club and Greg Blackwell to director of the TCU Lettermen's Association.
Donati, who came to TCU in April 2011 as a gift officer, has had a significant impact on the overall success of the Frog Club and its record numbers in both donors and giving. He led the effort to research and benchmark priority seating cultures and prices at other institutions, while writing the TCU Football Scholarship Seating Program implemented in Spring 2012.
"As we've entered a new era for TCU, Jeremiah has been instrumental in the many innovative programs instituted by our Frog Club," Del Conte said. "He has established a great rapport with our donor base and enhanced our Frog Club's social media presence. He has provided tremendous leadership to our staff and simply defines what it means to be a Horned Frog."
A native of Pullman, Wash., Donati graduated from the University of Puget Sound before earning his law degree at Whittier Law School in California. Prior to arriving at TCU, Donati worked with Leigh Steinberg Sports and Entertainment as a general counsel, director of special projects and NFL player agent. He began his career in collegiate athletics as a marketing and development associate at the University of Arizona.
Blackwell, who was previously the assistant director of the TCU Frog Club, will focus his efforts on membership and revenue growth for the TCU Lettermen's Association. The main point of contact for all past lettermen, Blackwell will also continue to oversee all aspects of the TCU Lettermen's Association Hall of Fame.