Kevin Rochlitz

Kevin Rochlitz joined the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens in 2003 and was named senior vice president/chief sales officer in 2019. He leads the Ravens’ corporate sales department, which includes national and regional partnerships, broadcasting contracts – including day-to-day operations with WBAL-TV, WBAL Radio and 98Rock – and M&T Bank Stadium suite sales.

Among the contracts completed by Rochlitz are partnerships with MedStar Health, Safeway, Visa, Coca-Cola, MillerCoors, Anheuser-Busch, Verizon, Southwest Airlines, Maryland Lottery and Dietz and Watson.

In 2015, Rochlitz led the sale of the Constellation Energy Suite Level at M&T Bank Stadium, while in 2014, he guided a sales team that completed a 10-year, $60 million partnership extension with M&T Bank, including the continuation of naming rights to M&T Bank Stadium and several community focused programs. In 2012, Rochlitz coordinated a partnership with Under Armour, which led to the team’s training facility being named the Under Armour Performance Center.

Rochlitz also spent five years as senior vice president of sales for Mandalay Sports and Entertainment/Mandalay Pictures, owners of the Dayton Dragons and Frisco Rough Riders. He coordinated the new stadium construction and sold naming rights for each venue (Fifth Third Field in Dayton, Ohio, and Dr. Pepper Ballpark in Frisco, Texas). From 1996-97, he was one of the youngest assistant athletic directors in NCAA Division I-A for the University of Miami.

Rochlitz serves on the NFL Club Business Development Committee. He is also on the Signal 13 Foundation with the Baltimore City Police Department.

Named a Baltimore Smart CEO Executive of the Year in 2016, Rochlitz was chosen to participate in the 2015-16 Leadership Baltimore County program. In 2011, he was selected by U.S. Department of Defense and Secretary Robert Gates to join the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference to better understand and promote the U.S. military.

Rochlitz earned a degree in marketing from the University of Wyoming, where he serves on the Business Advisory Board. He and his wife, Melissa, have a daughter, Riley.