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Emily Dixon

Emily Dixon
Director of Letterwinner Engagement
The Woodlands, Texas
Alma Mater
LSU (2009)

LSU (2009) – B. A. Mass Communications – Broadcast Journalism
LSU (2016) – M. S. Kinesiology – Sport Administration

Emily Dixon, who has worked within the LSU Athletics Department since 2012, was promoted to Chief of Creative Content in January 2022 after previously serving as the Executive Director of Creative Content.

Dixon oversees all creative video for LSU Athletics, including social media, website, in-venue productions, television shows and more. The Creative Content Department, one of the top in college athletics, works hand-in-hand with all sports across campus to showcase student-athletes, coaches and staff and bring fans behind the scenes of LSU athletics.

Dixon was part of the Sports Business Journal’s “Best in Sports Social Media” team in 2020, and the video department has been featured in numerous articles gaining national recognition from media outlets across the country.

Dixon is also LSU’s in-house reporter, where she conducts weekly interviews with LSU football head coach Brian Kelly, current football players, and former Tigers in the NFL, including Joe Burrow, Tyrann Mathieu, Justin Jefferson, Ja’Marr Chase, Devin White and more. Dixon also produces features and interviews with student-athletes and head coaches for various sports, which can be seen on LSU Athletics’ social media channels and streamed on the LSU GOLD platform.

Dixon originally served as the Coordinator of Offensive Operations for the LSU Football team from 2012-2020 before being promoted to the Executive Director of Creative Content in the spring of 2020. As the Coordinator of Offensive Operations, Dixon was part of the 2019 National Championship team and worked closely with the team’s offensive coordinator and all offensive position coaches regarding game day preparation. She also worked with the LSU recruiting department for unofficial and official visits, special events and game day functions. While in college, Dixon began her LSU career as a student with the LSU football team.

Prior to serving in a full-time capacity at LSU, Dixon worked for covering LSU athletics, including the Tigers’ 13-0 football season in 2011. She also covered the 2012 BCS National Championship for, the 2012 Final Four in New Orleans and multiple other sporting events in the Southeast.

Before returning to Baton Rouge, Dixon was a sports anchor and reporter at KNOE-TV in Monroe, La., where she would shoot, edit, produce and anchor weekly sportscasts.

She is married to Shea Dixon, and they have resided in Baton Rouge since 2011 after both graduating from the University in 2009.