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SEC announces staff changes

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BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (February 6, 2020) - Southeastern Conference Commissioner Greg Sankey announced several staff changes on Thursday. Joining the SEC staff is Ryan Tjon Ajong as Assistant Director of Video Operations while Grace Sanders has been promoted to Assistant Director of Football Administration and Titus Thomas has been promoted to Video Coordinator.

Tjon Ajong joins the SEC office from the University of Missouri where he has served as Director of Football Video Operations since 2018 after being promoted from Assistant Director, a position he served in for one year. He previously worked at the University of Central Florida as a videographer and undergraduate producer from 2013-17. Tjon Ajong is a 2017 graduate of the University of Central Florida and will receive his master's degree in operations management from the University of Arkansas this fall.

Sanders joined the SEC in June of 2016 as Administrative Assistant for Football Administration. A former equestrian student-athlete at Auburn, Sanders joined the conference staff from Fravert Services in Birmingham where she was a project manager for two years after serving as director of operations for the Auburn equestrian team for two seasons. As a student-athlete, she earned All-Southeastern Conference honors as her Auburn equestrian team won the 2011 national championship. She earned her bachelor's degree in 2012 and a master's in administration of higher education in 2013, both from Auburn University.

Thomas joined the SEC in July of 2019 as Video Assistant. He joined the conference staff from Troy University where he worked as a technician in the Troy telecommunications department and as a graduate assistant in the athletic department. A football student-athlete at Troy and Alabama A&M University, Thomas earned his bachelor's degree in hospitality, sport and tourism management in 2016 and his master's degree in sport and fitness management from Troy in 2019.