Greater Orlando Sports Commission Announces 2023-24 Officers and 30 New Board Members

Orlando, Fla. (January 4, 2024) – The Greater Orlando Sports Commission (GO Sports) has announced its 2023-24 officers as well as 30 incoming members to its Executive and Advisory Board of Directors, bringing the total to 119 board members. New incoming members will serve as the team that will help GO Sports continue to collaborate on innovative ideas, provide leadership, and expand its mission of bringing a robust calendar of sporting events to Central Florida.  This team will provide vision, guidance and counsel when it comes to attracting and managing sports-related events, conferences and activities that are designed to drive positive economic developments and visitation to the greater Orlando area.  They will also be focused on marketing the destination that extends across the City of Orlando and Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole Counties.

“As chairman, it’s wonderful to see how successful this organization has been in continually attracting and recruiting some of the most diverse, talented and respected individuals in our community to serve on the board of directors,” said Sharon Line Clary, Chairman of the Greater Orlando Sports Commission Board and Vice President of Strategic Marketing and Communications for AdventHealth. “We look forward to the contributions of our new members and are excited to work alongside them for years to come.”

“We are proud to formally announce our 2023-24 officers and welcome all of the new members to our board of directors,” said Jason Siegel, President & CEO of the Greater Orlando Sports Commission.

2023-24 Executive Committee Officers:

Executive Board:

 Advisory Board:


The Greater Orlando Sports Commission (GO Sports) is a private, non-profit organization established to attract and manage sports-related events, conferences and activities that drive positive economic development in the City of Orlando, Lake County, Orange County, Osceola County, and Seminole County. Founded in 1992-93, the organization has hosted or co-hosted more than 1,660 events in the Greater Orlando area with a total economic impact exceeding $3.3 billion in spending within the community. For more information, visit