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Jeff Yoder is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Sportsletter

JEFF YODER

Founder, Editor-in-Chief

Jeff Yoder is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Sportsletter. He writes the entire newsletter every weeknight to make sure you start the next morning feeling like a sports genius. Jeff has eight years of experience in sports media, journalism, and digital marketing primarily in Indianapolis. He’s spent time working with the NCAA, Big Ten Conference, Indiana Pacers Sports & Entertainment, and the Indianapolis 500. He also wrote for Bleacher Report shortly after receiving bachelor’s degrees in sport management and media communication from Taylor University (2014) and a master’s degree in sports journalism from Indiana University (2016).

He’s a fan of storylines and statistics, whether it’s late-game drama, incredible comebacks, or record-breaking performances. Most of all, his passion for storytelling shines through celebrating the underdog stories in sports. You’ll see those features under the footer of the newsletter 1-2 times a week.

Jeff founded The Sportsletter in Summer 2018. He is the newsletter’s primary writer, editor and product manager. If you have feedback for The Sportsletter, you can contact him at Jeff@TheSportsletter.com.


TIM HSIA

Contributor

Tim Hsia is the CEO & Founder of Media Mobilize, a media company based in San Francisco that publishes a family of newsletters. Tim is a distinguished honor graduate of West Point where he commissioned as an infantry officer in the US Army and deployed twice to Iraq. In the Army, he wrote about his military experience for the New York Times and has published essays in the Los Angeles Times, Small Wars Journal, and Armed Forces Journal. After leaving active duty, Tim graduated from Stanford University’s JD/MBA program. He is also the co-founder of Service to School, a nonprofit that helps veterans successfully apply to higher education programs.

Tim loves sports and has played them his entire life, from growing up in Tallahassee, to West Point, and the Army. Now, his kids are immersed in sports: (hockey, basketball, swimming, and chess)