Vice President – Events
Chris Roseman is vice president at the Sports Commission with the responsibility to attract and successfully produce high-profile sporting events in the St. Louis region. Since joining the Sports Commission in 2000, Roseman has directed numerous national championships and Olympic Trial events including the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Frozen Four, NCAA Wrestling Championships (8 times), NCAA Men’s College Cup, USA Gymnastics Championships (3 times), U.S. Figure Skating Championships, USA Track & Field Women’s Marathon Championship, NAIA Outdoor Men’s & Women’s Track and Field Championships, U.S. Olympic Trials – Men’s Gymnastics, U.S. Olympic Trials – Diving, and the U.S. Olympic Trials – Women’s Marathon. Roseman oversaw the organization’s role in the SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament, University of Missouri vs. University of Illinois football series, USGA U.S. Senior Open, NCAA Men’s & Women’s Final Fours, NCAA Regional Basketball and 1st & 2nd Round basketball events, and NCAA Division III Women’s Volleyball Championships to name a few.
In addition to managing events, Roseman has responsibility for the Sports Commission’s event acquisition process. His strong relationships with the NCAA and numerous event rights holders have positioned the organization as one of the premier sports commissions in the country, being honored as NASC Sports Commission of the Year three times (2002, 2005, and 2013).
Prior to joining the Sports Commission, Roseman worked for DelWilber & Associates and Gateway Sports where he produced numerous LPGA tournaments, college basketball events and college football games.
Chris is married to Dr. Lori Roseman, and has two children, Cortland and Gabriella. When not working, he enjoys spending time with his family, coaching his daughter’s soccer team, serving the local youth soccer community, training the family pups (Ziva & Gibbs), and staying physically active through various athletic activities.