Stacy has been President of the Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau since 2000 and has extensive experience in the travel and tourism industry. She is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a major in marketing and minor in management.
Since 2001, Kelly has overseen and directed Sports and Tourism Projects for Shreveport-Bossier and Caddo/Bossier Parishes and North Louisiana. His main objective is to work with numerous local, state and national organizations to strengthen the Shreveport-Bossier tourism industry. Kelly holds a M.A. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, LA and a Masters in Business Administration from Centenary College.
Sheila joined the Sports Commission in May of 2011. A graduate of C. E. Byrd High school, she earned her Bachelor’s degree from Louisiana State University-Shreveport in Communications — Public Relations. Her experience in sports started in 1995 in the front office of the Shreveport Captains, a minor league baseball team for the San Francisco Giants, and from there she joined the front office staff for the Independence Bowl. Sheila oversees the day-to-day operations of the Sports Commission along with planning and coordinating the logistics of the sporting events the commission is involved in from start to finish. She is also a Licensed Louisiana Residential Realtor and a Notary Public.
Oswalt is a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi with a Bachelor's degree in Sports Administration/Sports Psychology. Oswalt has served as the Director of Marketing & Strategic Partnerships for the Heart of Texas college bowl game. He was also founder of Sports Marketing Experts and former Chief Operations Officer for TexasHSFootball.com, the largest Texas High School football website on the internet. Oswalt has also served as Vice-President/General Manager for the Austin Turfcats professional arena football team. He was also recognized by the Indoor Football Network as GM of the Year. He has also worked for the Katy Copperheads of the National Indoor Football League, Texas Copperheads of the arena football league 2, and the Beaumont Drillers of the American Professional Football League. Oswalt has also worked as active media covering the New Orleans Saints, Houston Texans and the University of Southern Mississippi. He also has covered the Humanitarian Bowl, Liberty Bowl, Texas Bowl and Alamo Bowl for college football and featured on CNN just to name a few. His opinions on sports marketing have been used by NBC, CBS, ESPN, The Drudge Report, China Daily, American Coaching Academy and the Washington Post just to name a few. Ronald has many years of experience in customer service/marketing and he believes that the best way to meet and exceed a customer's needs and expectations, is to take the time to familiarize himself with the customer.
Que’brelyn Douglas is a 2014 graduate of Grambling State University. She joined the Shreveport-Bossier Sports Commission team in January of 2015. During her time at Grambling State University, Douglas majored in kinesiology with a concentration in sports management. She is a Shreveport-Bossier native and completed an internship with the Independence Bowl Foundation in December of 2014. Her main objective is to connect sporting events with accommodations and other resources.
Teresa (Day) Micheels is a lifelong resident of Shreveport, Louisiana. In 1997, Teresa was hired by the Caddo Council on Aging, and she remained there until September 2011. During her time there she held several positions including volunteer coordinator and was also the director for the local RSVP, a National volunteer program. She oversees thousands of community volunteers and works with many nonprofits and governmental organizations. Her community involvement includes the scheduling of tours at the historic Municipal Auditorium. Teresa has also been on the planning committee for many large events in the area including the James Burton Guitar Festivals, Kevin Costner's benefit concert and the Author! Author!, book festivals. Currently, Teresa sits on the Friends of the Municipal Board, the United Way Northwest Louisiana Volunteer Center Advisory Council and is a State Commissioner for the Louisiana Serve Commission.