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Danielle Gannon Named Little League® Graphic Designer

Danni Gannon New Hire Graphic

Little League® International is pleased to announce the hiring of Danielle Gannon as its full-time graphic designer, effective January 1, 2023. Ms. Gannon has served as a temporary, full-time graphic designer with the organization since July 2022 and will now be a permanent full-time member of the organization.

“On behalf of our entire team here at Little League, we are thrilled to be able to give Danni this great opportunity and welcome her onto our staff as a full-time member,” said Kevin Fountain, Little League Senior Director of Communications. “We are very proud of the work that Danni has done for our organization this past year and look forward to her continued contributions as we look to bring the story of Little League to life in new and improved ways.”

During her time with Little League, Ms. Gannon has helped with the design and layout of Little League World Series signage and publications, assisted with the evolution of the Little League brand, modified and continually developed the 2023 Little League World Series logos, overseen operation of the Little League print shop, contributed to the enhancement of the Little League Store and World of Little League® Museum marketing efforts, and more.

“I am honored and thankful to have this opportunity to stay on and work full-time for the Little League organization,” said Ms. Gannon. “My time at Little League these past six months has been very rewarding and I look forward to being able to continue to enhance the Little League brand as we continue to find new ways to bring the experience to children all around the world each year.”

A 2022 graduate of the Pennsylvania College of Technology majoring in Graphic Design, Ms. Gannon also volunteers her time doing design work for her local church and helped rebuild a schoolhouse and small church as part of a volunteer service trip to the Dominican Republic in the summer of 2016.

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