|Position:||Assistant A.D. - Development|
Elizabeth Pangle, who currently serves as the Assistant A.D. for Development, joined the Georgia State Athletics Department as a graduate assistant in July of 2011 before being promoted to Development Coordinator in January 2013. Pangle currently assists with fundraising for the Panther Athletic Club and Georgia State’s annual fund.
In her current role, Pangle is responsible for all annual fund efforts, including spearheading a campaign to grow the PAC to 2,000 members by 2017. She also assists in the planning and execution of many Georgia State Athletics events and serves as host of the Owner’s Club, an exclusive area for select football season ticket holders at each game.
In 2014-15, Pangle led efforts to grow the Panther Athletic Club to 950 members, the second-highest membership number in Georgia State Athletics history, as well as helped the annual fund reach its highest fundraising year in school history, raising just under $600,000.
In the Spring 2015, Pangle planned and executed the first ever volunteer driven Panther Athletic Club membership drive. She managed a group of 50 volunteers and together they raised $150,000 during the month of April.
Prior to her current role at Georgia State, Pangle worked as a graduate assistant for development and ticketing. She was responsible for administering the department’s charitable ticket program which distributed more than 16,000 tickets throughout Metro Atlanta in two years. She also developed The PAC Report, a monthly e-newsletter distributed to donors and supporters of Georgia State athletics.
Pangle previously worked at her alma mater Tennessee as an intern for IMG College and The Vol Network. She assisted with in-office tasks and produced the Big Orange Hotline, a Tennessee football radio show.
Pangle earned her Master of Science in Sports Administration from Georgia State in 2012. She is also a graduate of Tennessee where she received her Bachelor of Science in Communication, Journalism and Electronic Media in May of 2011.