Meet the C-Suite with Don Smolenski, President, Philadelphia Eagles

Monday, May 13, 2024
5:00 PM – 7:30 PM

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Capacity for this event has been filled and we will unfortunately not be able to accommodate walk-ins at this forum. 

Join the Young Professionals Council at Lincoln Financial Field for an in-person YPC 'Meet the C-Suite' forum, part of a series where young professionals have the opportunity to interact with regional CEOs, Founders, and C-Suite executives in an exclusive setting to learn how they became successful leaders. This month’s program features Don Smolenski, President, the Philadelphia Eagles.

As president, Smolenski directs the club’s business and strategic efforts. He plays a crucial role in managing a multitude of departments within the organization, such as marketing, public relations, and sales, to ensure the organization's financial stability and positive reputation within the Philadelphia community and nationally.

Hear from an industry leader about what it’s like to lead the business side of a professional sports team and develop strategies to encourage fans to attend games, while also executing the strategy behind running Philadelphia’s home for major events. Learn firsthand the experience of being responsible for the financial inner workings of sports, and attracting sold out concerts, national and international soccer matches, the NCAA Lacrosse Championships, the NHL Stadium Series, Monster Jam, the FIFA 2026 World Cup, and more.

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