Senior Vice President of Corporate Partnerships
Michael Young is in his ninth season with the Dodgers, where he oversees corporate partnership sales and is responsible for directing and developing the joint sales strategies and relationships with team's media partners. Since his arrival in 2009, the Dodgers have grown revenue to historic levels through the expansion of their national and international roster of corporate partners.
Young joined the Dodgers following 13 years in the Denver Broncos' front office, where he was responsible for overseeing corporate sales, marketing and branding. While with the Broncos as the senior director of special projects, he created and developed the Broncos' corporate sponsorship department, and helped to orchestrate the team's ground-breaking 1997 re-branding of the Broncos uniforms and logos. Young also served alongside John Elway as the executive vice president of the Arena Football League's Colorado Crush.
Young successfully made the transition to the Broncos' front office after a 10-year career as a wide receiver in the NFL, playing for the Rams (1985-88), Broncos (1989-92), Eagles (1993) and Chiefs (1994). The Visalia, CA, native was a two-sport athlete at UCLA, where he was an Academic All-Pac 10 selection in 1984 and graduated with a bachelor of science in Sociology.
Young, who played two years of baseball in college, was selected in both the MLB (Mets) and NFL (Rams) drafts. Young and his wife, Jill, reside in Pasadena and have three daughters: Christine, Britteny, and Madison.
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