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Greg Shaheen

With nearly 40 years of innovative management experience, Greg Shaheen has overseen a broad variety of complex operations from the largest electrical contractor in his home state to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship as well as negotiating and overseeing the Association's $14 billion contract with broadcast partners Turner, CBS and ESPN – at the time, the largest sports media contract in history.

At the NCAA, Shaheen tranformed its Corporate Champion/Corporate Partner program to a modern, sponsor-friendly model while also maintaining the core principles of the intercollegiate athletics. Shaheen oversaw the broadcast, radio, Internet, publishing, marketing, licensing and fan festival elements across all NCAA events. Shaheen also served as president of the National Invitational Tournament (NIT), the nation’s oldest postseason collegiate basketball tournament.

By 2010, Shaheen oversaw the strategic development and operation of all of the NCAA’s 90 Championships across more than 850 sites and involving some 50,000 student-athletes annually. Before joining the NCAA, Shaheen for 18 years served as the chief administrative officer of Indiana-based Long Electric, a privately held company with as 600 employees.

In 2012, Shaheen started OSM Advisors, LLC, a Fishers, Indiana based consultancy for organizational transformation and efficiency improvement for companies in size from 15 to 8,200 employees. His clients have ranged from ESPN, Turner Sports and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra to dozens of colleges, universities and conferences across the country.

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