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Reagan Carey
Commissioner, Premier Hockey Federation (PHF)
Atlanta, United States

Reagan Carey was appointed commissioner of the Premier Hockey Federation in May, delivering the PHF’s mission to provide leading opportunities in professional women’s hockey and growing the sports for its athletes, partners, and fans. With twenty-plus years of experience working in the sports industry, Carey’s career reflects a common thread of leading teams to new heights through creating meaningful cultures and crafting a clear vision for winning.

Carey has unparalleled experience in women’s hockey, serving as USA Hockey’s Director of Women’s Ice Hockey and General Manager of the U.S. National Women’s Team from 2010-18. Her guidance helped produce unprecedented golden success in IIHF competition including five U18 titles and five World Championship wins, plus a gold medal victory at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.

Before USA Hockey, Carey spent a decade working with the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks and NHL’s Atlanta Thrashers with a focus on sports development performance, and marketing. Carey is a 2001 graduate of Colby College where she competed as a two-sport athlete, captaining both the ice hockey and volleyball teams. In 2010 she was the proud recipient of the school’s Carl Nelson Sports Achievement Award, and in 2018 was inducted into the Maine Sports Hall of Fame.

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