Jaguars Promote Chief Legal Officer Megha Parekh to Executive Vice President

Jun 4, 2021 | Brief

The Jacksonville Jaguars have announced the promotion of Megha Parekh to executive vice president within the organization. Parekh was elevated to executive vice president and chief legal officer having already served as chief legal officer since 2016. She manages the legal, technology, office services and people development teams for the Khan family’s portfolio of sports, entertainment and development companies. Her group is responsible for all legal matters, employee training, support and development, technological systems, security, capital project management and local real estate development opportunities. Parekh joined the Jaguars in 2013 and has worked on Shad Khan’s acquisition of Fulham Football Club, public-private funded improvements to TIAA Bank Field, the 2017 opening of Daily’s Place, multiple naming rights partnerships, the launch of All Elite Wrestling and potential real estate developments around the stadium. Parekh also serves on the board of the Jaguars Foundation, the Florida Sports Foundation and the Black News Channel and volunteers with Habitat for Humanity and the Crisis Text Line as a crisis counselor. Prior to joining the Jaguars, Parekh worked in the New York office of Proskauer, an international law firm renowned for its sports law group. Parekh joined Proskauer in 2009 after graduating magna cum laude from Harvard College and Harvard Law School.

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