Sara Aguirre graduated from The University of Arizona in 2008 and after a series of internships and entry level jobs found her passion for brand strategy and client services.
Aguirre is in her eighth season with the Los Angeles Dodgers as the Manager, Global Partnerships Services. Aguirre oversees the day to day execution of brand partnerships and liaisons with interclub departments to ensure all deliverables are met for the partner.
Aguirre began her career in sports/entertainment in 2011 with the Dodgers as Hospitality Team Member. In the same season she was brought on board full-time in the Premium Seating Service Department as a Coordinator and was later promoted Supervisor.
After five years in Premium Seating, Aguirre left for Octagon/Rogers & Cowan, where she lead Entertainment customer hospitality opportunities for Bank of America and Cisco. Aguirre oversaw a partnership with Hamilton and managed Cisco’s Live Nation Relationship which included partnerships with Justin Timberlake’s Man of The Woods Tour, BottleRock and Global Citizen.
Returning to the Dodgers in 2019 as the Manager, Global Partnership Services, Aguirre is enjoying being back on the team side and hopeful for a 2020 World Series Championship.
Dan is a 5-time award winning T.V. Sportcaster.
He was twice voted Best T.V. Sportcaster ‘Seattle Magazine’.
Dan is a former WWE Sports Personality for USA Networks; has been the Main Anchor for award winning NFL Pre and Post game shows for FOX SPORTS; as well as the Main Anchor for the San Francisco Giants and Oakland A’s pre and post game show for NBC SPORTS Bay Area.
He is a Global Speaker.
Jason Rowley is in his eighth season as the Suns’ President, adding Chief Executive Officer to his title in 2017. This is his 13th season overall with the team. As President and CEO, Rowley is responsible for managing all business operations of the Suns and oversees the club’s interests in the management of Talking Stick Resort Arena, the WNBA Phoenix Mercury, the NBA G League Northern Arizona Suns, the Legends Entertainment District, and affiliated entities. Rowley previously served as the team’s Chief Operating Officer, as well as its Senior Vice President and General Counsel.
Rowley began his career in 2001 with the law firm of Snell & Wilmer in Phoenix, and while there he represented the Suns’ current ownership group in their acquisition of the club in 2004. At Snell, his practice included private and public mergers and acquisitions, complex real estate transactions, securities regulation, entity formation, commercial contracts and general business law.
Rowley earned his bachelor’s degree in 1994 from the University of Arizona. After graduation, Rowley joined the United States Navy, an experience he considers one of the proudest and most formative of his life. He worked as an intelligence analyst with the Commander 3rd Fleet Intelligence Division until his honorable discharge in 1998. He then returned to the University of Arizona to pursue his law degree, graduating in 2001.
Rowley is involved in a number of charitable and civic organizations. He serves on Greater Phoenix Leadership, the City of Phoenix Latino Cultural Center Ad Hoc Committee, the Thunderbirds, the Board of Phoenix Suns Charities, and the Board of Downtown Phoenix Inc. He previously has also served as the 2015 American Heart Association Phoenix Heart Walk Chairman, served on the Board of Special Olympics Arizona, and was named the 2011 Phoenix Father of the Year by the Phoenix Father’s Day Council.