Fanatics hires its first chief people officer as Michael Rubin’s sports business giant expands

Orlando Ashford joins Fanatics in the new role of chief people officer, the second C-suite hire in the past two weeks for Michael Rubin’s sports platform.

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Orlando Ashford joins Fanatics in the new role of chief people officer, the second C-suite hire in the past two weeks for Michael Rubin’s sports platform.

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