Jeffrey S. Wilpon
Chief Operating Officer, New York Mets
Jeffrey S. Wilpon serves as chief operating officer of the New York Mets, overseeing the day-to-day baseball and business operations of the club as well as the Mets Foundation. He also serves as COO of the Queens Ballpark Company, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of the New York Mets that was responsible for the planning, design, development, and construction of Citi Field.
In addition to the New York Mets, Wilpon is a co-managing partner of Sterling Project Development Group, LLC (SPD), a global real estate development management and advisory firm. He is also a founding member of SPD Sports, specializing in the development of sports and entertainment venues as well as adjacent mixed-use properties.
Wilpon is also a managing partner at Andbox, a New York City–based esports venture that owns New York Excelsior, a franchise in Blizzard’s global Overwatch League, as well as the New York franchise in Blizzard's global Call of Duty League.
In May 2007, President George W. Bush appointed Wilpon to the board of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, where he served for six years. Jeff currently serves on the following boards: Major League Baseball Business and Media Board, Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), Sports Net New York (SNY), the Association for a Better New York (ABNY), the Harlem Village Academies board, the Sport Management Advisory Board of the University of Michigan School of Kinesiology, and the University of Michigan Medicine Advisory Group.