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In her role, Battiato oversees the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ community impact efforts, including programming and volunteerism carried out by the team’s players, coaches, staff, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Foundation, as well as the team’s support for league charitable initiatives. In addition, she serves as the Executive Director of the Glazer Vision Foundation, which is committed to full-treatment vision correction for underserved children. To date, the Glazer Vision Foundation has provided more than 200,000 free eye screenings and more than 20,000 free prescription glasses to children throughout Tampa Bay.
Battiato originally joined the Buccaneers organization in 2014 as the Cheerleading and Mascot Manager, where she oversaw the team’s gameday entertainment, fan engagement and community outreach efforts. Annually, Battiato also coordinated international military appreciation tours, as well as, the Junior Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleader program, which engaged more than 400 children in educational sessions and gameday performances.
She received a Bachelor of Science in Communications, Interpersonal Communication, Radio and Television Production from Boise State University. She was born and raised in Littleton, Colorado.