HATFIELD—Sports Travel and Tours has hired two new staff team members, one who is heading up overall operations.
Since April, Len Lucien has served as the chief operating officer and as a minority partner at the 20-year-old travel organization, and Anthony Incampo has served as project sales coordinator since May.
Lucien previously worked at SquareOne in Springfield, where he served as vice president of operations for the nonprofit, and previously, as its vice president of finance.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Salem State University and an associate’s degree from Newbury College in accounting and business. Throughout his career, he has worked in various aspects of finance and operations, managing businesses of different sizes, with an expertise in start-ups and efficiencies. For 12 years, he worked in the transit industry.
After graduating with a bachelor’s in journalism from Long Island University, Incampo worked with the Games of the XXVI Olympiad, coordinating events, offering customer service, working with athletes and planning the Opening Ceremonies for the 1996 Atlanta Games.
He also worked in the front office of the Yankees’ Baseball Department from 1998 to 2002, doing everything from driving players to physician appointments to handling budgets and expenses for the team.
Incampo previously worked with Sports Travel and Tours from 2005-2010. He left to teach school-age children, and to coach but missed the traveling.