– New corporate management structure designed to further accelerate worldwide business development and position the company for long-term growth –
–Business technology expert Jennifer Greer-Glanville named Chief Information Officer –
Legends today announced a strategic realignment of its global corporate management structure naming longtime Legends executive Mike Tomon and prominent financial operations executive Curt McClellan as the first-ever Co-Presidents of the business. The restructuring of Legends operations in the U.S. and internationally aligns with the company’s long-term commitment to worldwide growth and positions the premium experience company for the future.
“As we ramp back up at a rapid pace, we are positioning our company to more effectively execute our long-term growth strategy and must match that with the right leadership and structure to support our teams and clients, ensuring that we can sustain and elevate the world-class service we deliver to partners,” said Shervin Mirhashemi, CEO, Legends. “Mike and Curt are exceptionally talented, innovative and forward-looking leaders, with track records implementing ultra-successful global strategies and will be excellent stewards of our business as co-presidents. And with the addition of Jennifer as CIO, who has a stellar reputation delivering business value across all areas of the technology ecosystem, our new leadership composition is a perfect fit to accelerate our vision.”
Tomon assumes expanded responsibilities of Co-President along with his current role as Chief Operating Officer, and will oversee all revenue generating and operational components of the company, including all Legends operating divisions. In addition, he will oversee Marketing, Creative, and Communications. In addition to serving as Co-President, McClellan will assume the role of Chief Corporate Officer, overseeing infrastructure components of the company, including IT, Finance and Accounting, Legal and Human Resources.
Advancing its objective to support the business with world-class expertise, Legends has appointed business technology executive Jennifer Greer-Glanville as Chief Information Officer. As CIO, she will lead strategic direction, management, and oversight in the areas of Enterprise Architecture, IT Security and Compliance, Infrastructure, Technical Services, Workplace Technologies and Event Support for Operations.
A Legends veteran and principal leader in its dynamic and diverse growth since 2014, Tomon has been a key accelerant in the advancement and implementation of the 360-degree service solution platform. Over the past seven years, the former Georgetown student-athlete has been instrumental in Legends’ global operations expansion and overall business development charge. Before joining Legends, Tomon served as Senior Vice President of Global Partnerships at AEG, spearheading business development and overseeing the global premium sales strategy for assets worldwide. Prior to AEG, Tomon lead different facets of revenue and operations for NBA teams such as the Phoenix Suns, Charlotte Bobcats and Cleveland Cavaliers.
McClellan augments the Legends team with over three decades of experience, building efficient and effective infrastructure teams that support and drive business at global leading companies. Most recently, as Executive in Residence for KSL Capital Partners, McClellan delivered leadership, operational and financial expertise to portfolio company leadership as well as providing guidance, diligence efforts and support for potential investments. Prior to that, the Abilene Christian graduate provided leadership to golf club operator ClubCorp USA as the organization’s CFO and Treasurer for 11 years. During his tenure, McClellan oversaw over 350 employee partners across, finance, accounting, tax, investor relations, information technology, legal and risk management. Additionally, he was responsible for managing treasury and capital market relationships and strategies.
Greer-Glanville comes to Legends following a career arc helping to transform multibillion dollar corporations. Most recently, she was CIO of ClubCorp, driving strategic digital transformation initiatives and cybersecurity/compliance solutions while also building credibility through improvements in the day-to-day technology and service predictability across the entire technical landscape. As the VP of IT Transformation Technology and Corporate Officer at foodservice leader Sysco Corporation, she drove key business process and systems transformation, turned around struggling programs, implemented critical controls, and led complex contract renegotiations to extract value and drive cost efficiency. Prior to Sysco, the Texas A&M graduate was the VP IT for Global Telecommunications at Cadbury PLC, where she was the global lead for numerous SAP programs, drove both IT and business process outsourcing efforts and was responsible for global telecommunications operations. Greer-Glanville spent the first 10 years of her career at Accenture providing technology consulting services to global clients.