OWL at ASCRS 2019 Signature Event – May 5, 2019

Thank you for attending OWL’s Signature Event at ASCRS 2019!

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Our keynote speaker for this event:

Ng, named to Forbes’ list of the Most Influential Minorities in Sports, Forbes’ list of the Most Influential Women in Sports, and Adweek’s Most Powerful Women in Sports, also holds a position on the Anti-Defamation League’s Sports Leadership Council.  Ng, who grew up in the New York area, graduated from the University of Chicago, where she played softball and earned a degree in Public Policy.

 

KIM NG

Senior Vice President, Baseball Operations

Major League Baseball

 

 

 

 

Read more about Kim Ng
  • Prior to joining MLB’s Central Office, Ng was Vice President and Assistant General Manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers for nine years.
  • Before joining the Dodgers, Ng held the position of Assistant General Manager of the New York Yankees from 1998-2001, during which time the club won three World Series.
  • She began her baseball career with the Chicago White Sox before becoming the Director of Waivers and Records for the American League Office.
  • Ng is the second woman ever to hold an assistant general manager position with a Major League club.
  • She is the only woman to have ever interviewed for a General Manager position in any major professional sport.

In this capacity, Ng oversees MLB’s efforts to spread the game globally. She has assisted the Strategic & International ownership committee and business development group to determine key strategic areas to grow the game, and works with the front offices of the 30 Major League Clubs and many other baseball leagues and entities around the world. Prior to joining MLB’s Central Office, Ng was Vice President and Assistant General Manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers for nine years. With the Dodgers, Ng’s primary duties included assisting in all player transactions, making trades, signing free agents, player research, and overseeing the club’s arbitration efforts and pro scouting department. In 2004, she was the Club’s interim Farm Director, overseeing all player development.

Before joining the Dodgers, Ng held the position of Assistant General Manager of the New York Yankees from 1998-2001, during which time the club won three World Series. Ng is the second woman ever to hold an assistant general manager position with a Major League club and is the only woman to have ever interviewed for a General Manager position in any major professional sport. She began her baseball career with the Chicago White Sox before becoming the Director of Waivers and Records for the American League Office.


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