Scott Jenkins

Scott Jenkins

EVP Strategic Partnerships

Scott Jenkins has extensive experience in developing, opening, and operating sports venues including Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Safeco Field in Seattle, Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, and Miller Park in Milwaukee. Jenkins is a pioneer in the environmental movement in sports and cofounder of the Green Sports Alliance where he has served as Board Chair the past 10 years.

He was honored with the 2013 Natural Resources Defense Council Game Changer Award and the 2012 NW Energy Coalition Conservation Eagle Award. Jenkins graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a bachelor’s degree in construction administration and the University of Washington’s Executive MBA program.

He has a 20+ years of experience in major venue and event operations, facility design, construction management, start-up, commissioning, and maintenance, overseeing annual budgets of up to $45m.

With such experience, Jenkins is instrumental to delivering customer experiences, improving guest service ratings, positioning venue as a top-rated NFL stadium, with a strong track record in reducing costs through sustainability initiatives.

He is consistently recognized as an innovator, collaborative planner and team-builder focused on operating excellence that drives top and bottom-line outcomes aligned to strategy and mission.

Scott Jenkins

Scott Jenkins

EVP Strategic Partnerships

Scott Jenkins has extensive experience in developing, opening, and operating sports venues including Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Safeco Field in Seattle, Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, and Miller Park in Milwaukee. Jenkins is a pioneer in the environmental movement in sports and cofounder of the Green Sports Alliance where he has served as Board Chair the past 10 years.

He was honored with the 2013 Natural Resources Defense Council Game Changer Award and the 2012 NW Energy Coalition Conservation Eagle Award. Jenkins graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a bachelor’s degree in construction administration and the University of Washington’s Executive MBA program.

He has a 20+ years of experience in major venue and event operations, facility design, construction management, start-up, commissioning, and maintenance, overseeing annual budgets of up to $45m.

With such experience, Jenkins is instrumental to delivering customer experiences, improving guest service ratings, positioning venue as a top-rated NFL stadium, with a strong track record in reducing costs through sustainability initiatives.

He is consistently recognized as an innovator, collaborative planner and team-builder focused on operating excellence that drives top and bottom-line outcomes aligned to strategy and mission.