Brett Weinroth is Managing Director of Link Strategy Group and leads the firm’s Washington, DC practice. He brings more than 20 years of experience generating top-line revenue growth and building strategic marketing partnerships in a wide range of industries and is focused on building Link’s naming rights, sponsorship and sports consulting business.
Throughout his career, Weinroth has represented some of Octagon’s most visible clients and properties, led the global corporate sponsorship portfolio for the Worldwide Senior Tennis Tour, played a significant sales leadership role in the growth of Exclusive Resorts, the world’s premier luxury destination club, and worked for his hometown Philadelphia Eagles.
Weinroth has developed unique integrated sponsorship, marketing and licensing programs with numerous Fortune 500 companies. Most recently he led Link’s efforts on behalf of DC United (MLS) that resulted in an historic multi-year presenting partnership with national defense conglomerate, Leidos.
Weinroth is an active board member and past gala chairman for the Jr. Tennis Champions Center, a non-profit character development and leadership-building program in College Park, MD, and he has served on numerous charitable committees including NFL Players, Youth AIDS, Inova Health Systems, National Jewish Health, DC Special Olympics and the Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Greater Philadelphia. Weinroth has served as an adjunct professor in the Sports Industry Management masters program at Georgetown University, advisory board member for the American University men’s tennis program and strategic advisor to numerous entrepreneurial ventures and start-ups.
Weinroth received his bachelor’s degree from the Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management, part of the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where he was the first student manager for head basketball coach John Calipari. He currently resides in Bethesda, Maryland, with his wife Leah, a journalist, and their two children, Trey and Nina.