SHEROD ROBERTSON, OWNER/PUBLISHER
Sherod Robertson is President and Owner of Music Row Enterprises, the parent company of the recently launched The Sports Credential, as well as MusicRow Magazine and its related entities which he acquired in November, 2010. During the ‘90s, Sherod served as Director of Finance of Arista Records after previously serving as CFO of Reunion. Sherod, a Mississippi native, is also a CPA and began his career at Arthur Andersen & Co. in Dallas, Texas. He graduated from the University of Alabama where he obtained his Bachelors of Science degree and enjoyed Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant’s final year as coach.
LB CANTRELL, DIRECTOR OF CONTENT
LB Cantrell is Director of Content at The Sports Credential. She oversees all related content, including managing the editorial team. Cantrell manages the publication’s social media accounts, heads up specific, large-scale projects for the company, and assist in day-to-day operations. She also manages all related content for the publication’s sister company, MusicRow magazine. Cantrell graduated from the Recording Industry Management program at Middle Tennessee State University.
HALEY CROW, GRAPHIC/PRODUCTION MANAGER
Haley Crow serves as the Graphic Design/Production Manager at The Sports Credential, where she handles advertising, digital and editorial design, and photography for the company. Haley studied graphic design at Watkins College of Art and obtained a B.A. in Integrated Strategic Communications from University of Kentucky (Go Cats!). Before joining the publication, Haley spent time in advertising at a radio station and then at Charleston Magazine. She also worked as a graphic designer in the healthcare industry.
STEVEN BOERO, STAFF WRITER
Steven Boero is a staff writer at The Sports Credential who joined in March of 2021. He has a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication with a minor in Music Business from Belmont University. While at Belmont, he served as sports editor and eventually editor-in-chief at the university’s student-run newspaper the Belmont Vision where he covered men’s and women’s basketball including Rick Byrd’s retirement and the Bruins first NCAA Tournament win in 2019.