Meet Elvis Moya
Elvis Moya, a collegiate sports marketer with over a decade of experience, serves as the Texas Tech Athletics Director of Promotions and Fan Engagement in which he oversees the marketing and promotions plans for 17 intercollegiate sports.
Moya served as Director of Marketing and Promotions for Lady Raider Basketball from 2006 to 2009. During that time, he handled all marketing, promotions, advertising, corporate sponsorships for the women's basketball program, while coordinating the overall game day experience. The Lady Raider coaches television show and the Texas Tech Television Network for women's basketball also fell under his direction.
In addition to his experience and advancement at Texas Tech, Moya served as the Assistant Director of Marketing and Promotions for Athletics during the 2009 to 2012 seasons in which he oversaw the marketing and promotions plans for Red Raider Volleyball, Softball and Tennis programs. In 2009, Texas Tech was presented the silver award winner at the 18th Annual NACMA Convention in recognition of outstanding achievement for the Best Student Promotion. The `Get In To Win' promotion awarded one student with free tuition for year based on a drawing from those who attended ten basketball games or more.
Moya returned to Lubbock after a successful two and a half year stint as the spirit coordinator and head cheer and mascot coach at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind. At Purdue, he served as the liaison between intercollegiate athletics and the university bands.
Moya is a 2003 graduate of Texas Tech with a bachelor's degree in political science and a minor in mass communications. While at Tech, Moya worked in the Intercollegiate Athletics external operations and marketing department as a student and was also a cheerleader for the Red Raiders.
In May 2013, he was a selected as a recipient of the Young Professionals of Greater Lubbock and Lubbock Chamber of Commerce 20 Under 40 Award winners. The `20 Under 40 award recognizes the top 20 best and brightest young professionals in the Lubbock Community.