Jan Greenberg Mirman is the Vice President of Social Responsibility at Major League Soccer (MLS). A strategic business executive with a nearly 20-year track record of leadership and innovation stretching across all areas of sports philanthropy, her mission is to leverage sport as a vehicle for positive social change.
Greenberg Mirman is responsible for day to day operations for MLS WORKS – the League’s social responsibility platform – which has developed into one of professional sports’ most successful charitable endeavors. MLS WORKS executes national programs and legacy projects, charitable giving campaigns, and undertakes various initiatives that enrich and educate youth, create sustainable communities and promote inclusion at all levels of the game. Through MLS WORKS, Major league Soccer and its clubs seek to enrich the lives of those in need across the United States and Canada.
During her 10+ year tenure, Greenberg Mirman has driven strategic direction, developing community service programs and initiatives that target key social issues and are designed to increase visibility for the League, MLS players and clubs, extend and build the MLS WORKS brand and increase local relevancy. She has been instrumental in establishing the League’s commitment to social responsibility and continues to work on elevating efforts across the enterprise to position MLS as a leader in the space and leave a positive impact within the community.
Prior to joining MLS, Greenberg Mirman spent seven years at Madison Square Garden where she managed community and fundraising programs and charitable events for both the Garden’s non-profit foundation (Garden of Dreams and previously Cheering for Children) and the New York Rangers.
Greenberg Mirman earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a masters in sports management from Adelphi University.
A native of New York, Greenberg Mirman resides in Long Island with her husband and son.