St. Norbert College CEO Breakfast Series Lecture to Feature Packers VP Gabrielle Dow

Posted on 2-08-2024

Gabrielle Dow, vice president of marketing and fan engagement for the Green Bay Packers, will present “What It Takes to Get the NFL Draft to Wisconsin” in the fourth installment of the 25th season of the CEO Breakfast Series at St. Norbert College. The event will be held Wednesday, February 28th, 7:30am-8:30am, in the Hendrickson Dining Room of the F. K. Bemis Conference Center at St. Norbert College.

Gabrielle Dow possesses 29 years of diverse experience across professional sports, entertainment and venues, and is in her 10th year as the Packers vice president of marketing and fan engagement. Dow oversees the Packers’ retail operations, digital and broadcast, marketing, brand engagement, business research and analytics, and game presentation. Since 2019, Dow and her team have been working with the NFL to host the NFL Draft at Lambeau Field and surrounding areas. After four bid submissions, the state of Wisconsin, the city of Green Bay and the Green Bay Packers have been awarded the 2025 NFL Draft. The 2025 draft is expected to bring 240,000 fans and upwards of $90 million in economic impact to Wisconsin.

Through the college’s Donald J. Schneider School of Business & Economics, the CEO Breakfast Series is a unique opportunity for local businesspeople to meet face-to-face with some of the most respected leaders in the business community and to network with other leaders in the region.

Speakers share their unique strategies for facing specific business challenges. Topics are selected by the speakers, and their comments are candid, insightful and not likely to be heard in public elsewhere.

Register for individual sessions at $60 per session HERE, by email at [email protected], or by phone at 920-403-3449. A portion of the proceeds will go toward the Phil Hauck Scholarship Fund, which will benefit an individual pursuing a Schneider School MBA or participating in the Center for Exceptional Leadership at St. Norbert College.