Don Smolenski, now in his 24th season with the organization, was named team president in 2012 after originally joining the team in 1998 as chief financial officer. Prior to being promoted to his current post, he was named senior vice president/chief financial officer in 2001 and later the team's chief operating officer in 2010.
As president, Smolenski directs the club's business and strategic efforts, including sales, marketing, communications, and operations. He has played a key role in significant projects from the construction of Lincoln Financial Field to the club's internationally recognized environmental and philanthropic programs. During his tenure as president, Smolenski has infused energy and creativity throughout the organization with his engaging leadership style. In 2015, he was named to the Most Admired CEOs list by the Philadelphia Business Journal and under his leadership, the Eagles were named to Philly.com's Top Workplaces list in 2016, 2018, and 2020.
During his time as the team's president, Smolenski and the Eagles realized their first Super Bowl victory in franchise history after defeating the New England Patriots, 41-33, in Super Bowl LII.