Philadelphia Eagles staff and coaching portraits at the NovaCare Complex on April 27, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Philadelphia Eagles)

Christina Weiss Lurie

President Eagles Charitable Foundation, Eagles Social Responsibility


Christina Weiss Lurie’s multi-faceted career spans the worlds of sports, entertainment and philanthropy. She is a minority owner of the Philadelphia Eagles, President Eagles Charitable Foundation, Eagles Social Responsibility and co-Founder of two independent film companies, Vox3 Films and Tango Pictures.

Since 1994, Christina Weiss Lurie has spearheaded the club’s efforts to become a leader off the field, as well as on it. Christina founded Eagles Youth Partnership (EYP), which focused on literacy, vision and after-school programs and served more than one million low-income children in the Greater Philadelphia region over 20 years. In 2016, she oversaw EYP’s transition into the Eagles Charitable Foundation. As president of Eagles Charitable Foundation, Weiss Lurie oversees the non-profit charitable wing of the organization that provides children in the Philadelphia region with greater access to vision care and autism research and services.

In addition to the charitable foundation, Christina Weiss Lurie was instrumental in the creation and design of Lincoln Financial Field, the club’s state-of-the-art stadium and the NovaCare Complex, the club’s corporate headquarters and training facility. Both facilities are widely praised for their striking architecture, design and amenities.