Randy Levine
Full Name
Randy Levine
Job Title
New York Yankees
Speaker Bio
Randy Levine begins his 24th season as President of the New York Yankees in 2023. He was named to his position in January 2000, becoming the first person to hold the post with the club since 1986.

Under his supervision and guidance, the franchise constructed the state-of-the-art Yankee Stadium, completing the facility on time for the beginning of the 2009 season, which culminated in the franchise’s 27th World Championship. In 2022, which was the first season since 2019 without mandated limits to ballpark capacity, the Yankees drew more than 3 million fans at Yankee Stadium and averaged more than 40,000 fans per date, topping the American League in average home attendance for the 17th time in the last 18 restriction-free seasons.

Mr. Levine was a principal founder of the YES Network, which is the most-watched regional sports network in the United States. He was also the lead negotiator in the sale of 80 percent of the network to 21st Century Fox and in 2019 led the negotiation to buy the YES Network from the Disney Company along with partners Amazon, Sinclair Broadcasting, Blackstone, Mubadala and Red Bird Capital. In 2020, Mr. Levine was named as Chairman of the YES Network. In 2008, Mr. Levine was instrumental in creating Legends Hospitality, LLC, with the Dallas Cowboys, which currently operates at the Yankees’ and Cowboys’ stadiums, as well as many other world-famous venues, including One World Observatory. Most recently in January 2021, he was a leader in the sale of Legends’ majority stake to the private equity group Sixth Street Partners. In 2004, Mr. Levine helped organize Yankees-Steiner, a leading sports memorabilia company.