Executive Officers

Keli S. McGregor, President

Keli McGregor begins his seventh season as club President, named to that role on Oct. 18, 2001. This year marks his 15th as a member of the Rockies organization.

McGregor, 46, was responsible for the overall day-to-day operation of the club's business side for six years prior to assuming his role as President. He began working with the Rockies in October of 1993 as Senior Director of Operations and was then promoted to Senior Vice President in 1996 and then Executive Vice President in 1998.

McGregor, raised in Colorado, joined the Rockies after a four-year stint as an associate athletic director at the University of Arkansas. The Razorbacks won 11 national championships in that time span.

Prior to that, he coached football at the University of Florida for two seasons, 1988-89. While at Florida, he also earned his master's degree in Education with an athletic administration emphasis.

McGregor has always maintained a strong commitment to community involvement and civic leadership. This commitment carries over into the day-to-day function of the organization. Keli continues to emphasize the importance of leadership, character and trust as key components to meeting short-term and long-term objectives of the organization.

McGregor co-founded and serves as President of the Reaching Out to Youth (ROY) Foundation in the battle against cystic fibrosis. Keli also has served as a board member on the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, Mountain States Employers Council, and was appointed by Governor Bill Owens to serve in an advisory position on the Colorado Commission on Higher Education.

A two-time All-American tight end at Colorado State, McGregor was drafted by the Broncos in the fourth round (110th overall) of the 1985 NFL draft. He played for Denver, Indianapolis and Seattle before retiring. Keli ranks third on CSU's single-season reception list (69) and stands fifth on the all-time reception list with 153. He was voted to the school's All-Century Team in 1992 and gained membership into the CSU's Hall of Fame in 1996.

Born Jan. 23, 1962 in Primgahr, Iowa, Keli and his wife, Lori, live in Golden, Colo., and have four children: daughters Jordan, Taylor and Landri, and son Logan.


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