THE FLATS – Georgia Tech women’s basketball head coach Nell Fortner announced the addition of Jayda Hill to her staff on Tuesday. Hill joins the Yellow Jackets as the creative director for women’s basketball.
Hill arrives on The Flats after spending the 2022 season as the social media coordinator with the Indianapolis Colts. While in Indianapolis, Hill assisted in the development of the Colts’ social channels, while helping coordinate the organization, development, delivery and tone of all social content for the Club. She helped capture and edit content surrounding practices, gamedays, and various organizational events in accordance with the team’s brand and campaign objectives.
Prior to her stint with the Colts, Hill served as the director of recruiting and creative content with women’s basketball at the University of Houston. Covering the Cougars for the 2021-22 season, Hill was responsible for all social media content including game highlights, hype videos, in-game photography, graphics and creating a mini-series. Additionally, as the director of recruiting, Hill developed all content specific to recruiting including graphics and videos.
Hill has also held stints at Quincy Media Company as a multimedia journalist and Central Missouri athletics department, working in media relations as a graduate assistant.
A native of O’Fallon, Ill., Hill was a track and field student-athlete at the University of Central Missouri, where she graduated with a bachelor of science degree in digital media production and minor in sports communication in 2018. She earned a master of science in kinesiology and sports management from Central Missouri in 2020.
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