Anne Jewell, Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory
Anne Jewell is the executive director of the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory. Joining Hillerich & Bradsby Co. in 2000 as Director of Marketing, she became executive director in 2003.
The Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory tells the story behind the world-famous Louisville Slugger baseball bat, and the family-owned company that has created it since 1884. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city of Louisville.
Prior to her work with H&B, Ms. Jewell served as marketing and public relations manager for the Belle of Louisville and Spirit of Jefferson. She also worked for four years as a reporter with WHAS-TV.
A native of South Bend, In., Anne has given presentations and taught classes on the history of professional baseball in Louisville. She has been a contributing writer for Smithsonian Baseball and has authored a children’s book about the world’s biggest baseball bat. Jewell has also written a book on the history of the Belle of Louisville.
She is married with a young son, is a New York Yankee fan and identifies herself as a grownup tomboy.
- Program 313
- Behind-the-senes at three of Louisville's homegrown magazines, cooking classes with Chef Mary Wheatley, a visit to the headquarters of National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution and the history of the Speed Art Museum. (#313)