Dr. Sean Rochelle has been associated with Razorback Athletics for 15 years. He has served as a graduate assistant coach for Ken Hatfield, Coordinator of Academic Support for Razorback Men's Athletics, Director of Development for Athletics, and was named Executive Director of the Razorback Foundation in 2013.
Prior to joining the Foundation staff he was Assistant Athletic Director for development in women's athletics and for the University of Arkansas athletic department. Additionally, he previously held the position of Associate Director for Corporate and Foundation Relations.
A two-time academic All-American football player at the University of Arkansas at Monticello (UAM), Rochelle was named the co-offensive player of the year of the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference in 1988. He was also inducted into the UAM Sports Hall of Fame in 2006 and was recognized with the UAM Alumni Award for Achievement and Merit in 2010. Before shifting to an academic and administrative career, Rochelle served as graduate assistant football coach at the University of Arkansas and Clemson under Ken Hatfield. He also served as defensive coordinator at UAM before holding the chair position in the exercise and sport science department at Azusa Pacific University.
A native of Elkins, AR, Rochelle earned his bachelor's degree from UAM before obtaining master's and doctoral degrees from the University of Arkansas. He and his wife Caroline have three daughters, Abigail, Ellison and Lilly.
Matsko joined the Razorback Foundation team in 2013 as Associate Director. He oversees all development activities and strategies for the Annual Fund and Priority Points Program, manages the Foundation's external team and assists with all major gift fundraising. Additionally, he serves on the athletic department's senior staff.
Prior to joining the Foundation, he was Assistant Athletic Director for Development at West Virginia University from 2008-2013. Other past positions include Assistant Director for Development at the University of Texas at El Paso from 2006-2008 and several positions at the University of Kansas from 2001-2006.
A native of Durham, NC, Matsko received his bachelor's degree in finance from Louisiana State University in 2000 before earning a master's degree in sports administration from the University of Kansas in 2002. He is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in education from Kansas. He and his wife Casey have a yellow lab, Chloe.
Norm DeBriyn joined the Razorback Foundation in 2002 following 33 years as head coach of the Razorback baseball team.
As head baseball coach, he guided the Razorbacks to the program's first-ever NCAA Super Regional appearance and amassed a record of 1,161-650-6, which ranked him as the 14th-winningest coach in Division I history.
The Razorbacks made four NCAA College World Series appearances under DeBriyn, with 15 NCAA postseason berths and three conference championships. He earned six Southwest Conference Coach of the Year awards and one Southeastern Conference Coach of the Year honor.
A native of Ashland, WI, he and his wife Caroline have two sons, Todd and Marty, and one daughter, Carrie Jo.
Marvin Caston joined the Razorback Foundation in 2009. The former Arkansas fullback began his professional career with the Razorbacks in 2005 in the compliance office as an Assistant Athletic Director for compliance. He also served as Chairman of the "A" Club membership drive, Co-Director of the Athletic Prevention Programming & Leadership Education Program and Assistant Athletic Director in the student life office.
Prior to his experience at Arkansas, Caston held a compliance position at the University of South Florida.
Caston played for the 1998 Razorbacks team that shared the SEC Western Division title, played Michigan in the Citrus Bowl and ended the year ranked No. 16 in the nation. He was a member of the 1999 SEC Academic Honor Roll and earned a bachelor's of arts and a master's in education from the University of Arkansas. Caston is a member of the National Association of Athletics Compliance Coordinators, the Black Coaches Association and works as an Adjunct Instructor for the School of Social Work.
A native of Winnsboro, LA, he and his wife Tommi have two sons, Thomas and William.
Elizabeth Sullivan joined the Razorback Foundation in May 2012 and serves as the coordinator for Red Tie and other special events. Prior to joining the foundation team, Sullivan worked at the University of Arkansas Office of Admissions for five years, focusing on recruitment in Central Arkansas and the state of Tennessee.
While earning her master's degree from the University of Arkansas, she served as the Director of Gymnastics Operations for the Athletic Department.
Sullivan earned her bachelor's degree in liberal studies from Oregon State University, where she was named an All-American gymnast on the uneven bars and earned Academic All-American honors in 2003. She was a two- time PAC-10 All-Conference recipient and was PAC-10 Champion on the uneven bars in 2003, where she scored a perfect 10. Sullivan was also selected as a PAC-10 Medal recipient and was NCAA Woman of the Year in 2003.
She and her husband Patrick have two daughters, Aubrey and Collins.
After 41 years with Arkansas Athletics, Dean Weber joined the Razorback Foundation as Assistant Director on July 1, 2014. He moves into this new role after serving as the Director of Equipment Operations for the past five years.
Prior to this, he oversaw all athletic training operations for men's sports teams. During his lengthy career as an athletic trainer, he earned numerous awards and honors. In 1984, Weber was selected to the United States Olympic Team as athletic trainer after previously serving on the athletic training staff at the National Sports Festival three times. He is a 1998 inductee into the Arkansas Athletic Trainers' Association Hall of Fame, a 2000 inductee in the UA Sports Hall of Honor and a member of the Southwest Athletic Trainers' Association Hall of Fame.
Weber has two children, Matt and Ben, and 12 grandchildren, Drew, Taylor, Taylor, Caleb, Spencer, Abby, Kendall, Mason, Emily, Tyler Hays, Conner and Eli David.
Billye Hawkins Veteto joined the Razorback Foundation in October 2011. Prior to joining the Foundation staff, she worked more than six years at the University of Arkansas Foundation. Before joining the University community, Veteto worked in public accounting as an auditor for Tullius Taylor CPA and Arthur Andersen LLP.
A native of Farmington, AR, Veteto graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1999 with a bachelor's degree in accounting and marketing. She and her husband Jeremy have two sons, Carter and Tagg.
Charlotte Faucette joined the Razorback Foundation in 1995. As an Administrative Assistant, she serves on the Membership Team to provide support and assistance to Razorback Foundation members. She also serves as liaison for the A Club, an organization comprised of former University of Arkansas athletes.
A native Arkansan, Faucette attended Oklahoma City University. She and her husband John live in Fayetteville, AR, and have two daughters and one grandson.
Jackie Rollins joined the Razorback Foundation in 1993. Initially hired as an Administrative Assistant, she also held the title of Chief Financial Officer from 2002-2011 and now serves as Assistant to the Executive Director.
Rollins and her husband Don have two sons and four grandchildren.
Julia Woods joined the Razorback Foundation in 2002. As an Administrative Assistant, she serves on the Membership Team to provide support and assistance to Razorback Foundation members. She also works closely with external staff members to manage the 23 Razorback Clubs.
Woods and her husband Eddie have a son, daughter and three grandchildren.
Debbie Scoggin has been with the Razorback Foundation since 1999 following six years as an Administrative Assistant in the women's basketball office. In addition to providing support to Foundation members, she manages matching gift donations and accounts payables.
Scoggin is a native of Fayetteville, AR, and attended the University of Arkansas. She and her husband Steve have two miniature schnauzers, Joker and Gracie.
Hunter Sagely, a native of Ft. Smith AR, joined the Razorback Foundation as the Special Initiatives Coordinator in the spring of 2014. Having recently received his master's degree in Sport Management from the University of Arkansas, he will oversee the Collegiate membership, Young Alumni Program and assist in all special events and annual fund programs. Hunter is a native of Ft. Smith, AR.