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Courtney Mahoney Named Chicago Wolves’ President of Operations

Jul. 29, 2021
Category: Career

The Chicago Wolves announced July 15 that senior vice president Courtney Mahoney ’96  has been named president of operations for the four-time league-champion organization. Mahoney has been a leader in the Wolves front office since joining the team’s community relations department in 1996. During her first 25 seasons in the organization, the Western Springs, Illinois, native has earned a plethora of American Hockey League honors that include the 2009 Ken McKenzie Award for outstanding promotion of the team and the AHL Community Service Award in 2011–12 and 2019–20.The 1996 University of Wisconsin graduate spearheads the team’s most successful community endeavors. Under her supervision, more than $6 million has been raised for local organizations via Chicago Wolves Charities, more than 1,500 dogs have found forever homes through the Adopt-A-Dog program, and more than 500,000 local children have participated in the team’s Read To Succeed program.

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