There has been a backstage shuffle in AEW as of late with a new face moving to the production side of the company after spending time in the community outreach arm of the company.
PWInsider reported that Amanda Huber is now working on the production end in AEW after being recruited by Senior Vice President & Co-Executive Producer Michael Mansury for the role. Huber had previously worked in the community outreach area of the company as Community Engagement Coordinator prior to the move.
Amanda Huber is the widow of former AEW star and TNT Champion Brodie Lee (Jon Huber) who tragically passed away in December 2020 after a short illness at the age of just 41. Lee had previously been a part of WWE where he competed as Luke Harper, finding success as part of The Wyatt Family.
Brodie Lee joined All Elite Wrestling in March 2020 just as the pandemic took hold but he found success in the ring when he defeated Cody Rhodes for the TNT Championship with his final ever match coming in October of the same year when he lost the title back to Rhodes in a Dog Collar Match.
Earlier in 2023 AEW announced it was refreshing its community outreach approach, rebranding it as AEW Together while announcing new roles for the likes of Paul Wight, Jake Roberts, and Mark Henry as part of the new strategy.