AEW made its debut back in 2019 and strived to provide an alternative product to what WWE was putting out at the time. The company has gone through several changes over the past few years and this includes its emphasis on aspects outside of pro wrestling. Now it seems AEW has hired Katelyn Borden as the Director of Community Engagement.
Apart from professional wrestling, AEW has branched into various avenues, including television, social welfare and many other aspects. Thus, AEW is more or less going in a solid direction according to fans.
According to Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Newsletter, AEW has hired Katelyn Borden as the Director of Community Engagement. It was said that she will be focusing on youth programs, social change, human rights, as well as physical and mental health.
Katelyn Borden will collaborate with Megha Parekh, Chief Legal Officer of AEW, in identifying and supporting charitable causes for the company to support.
Katelyn Borden has been hired as the new Director of Community Engagement, focusing on youth programs, social change, human rights, as well as physical and mental health. Borden will be working with Chief Legal Office Megha Parekh in selecting and serving causes for AEW to work with. Amanda Huber, the wife of Brodie Lee, will be in charge of working with local organizations for collaborations and coordinating activities. Mark Henry, Jake Roberts, Paul Wight and Shawn Dean will also be working on the project
We will have to wait and see what AEW has next in store for fans, as the company is currently undergoing quite a few changes and fans are in full support for all that.
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