Global Head of Business Development & Partnerships, StubHub
As Global Head of Business Development & Partnerships at StubHub, Danielle’s group is responsible for the strategy, negotiation and implementation of all domestic and international partnerships for the company. Danielle has been with StubHub for over 10 years, and has been a key part of the company’s growth from disruptive start-up to widely known consumer brand. She serves on the StubHub Executive team, and works very closely with parent company eBay on larger corporate deals involving PayPal and eBay.
As a consultant with StubHub in its launch years, Danielle brought the company’s first NFL partners on board in 2004, thereby creating a new sports sponsorship category – Official Ticket Marketplace. She joined StubHub fulltime in early 2006, playing a lead role in StubHub’s ground-breaking partnership with MLB Advanced Media, and oversaw the relationship’s recent renewal. Maged also oversaw negotiations with AEG for the StubHub/eBay partnership. This relationship includes the naming rights for the home of the LA Galaxy, recently renamed StubHub Center, a founding partnership for the Staples Center, and a global ticketing agreement.
Maged’s group now manages 100+ partners, including: Major League Baseball and 28 of its clubs, Apple, AEG, the O2, the Staples Center, the Galaxy, the LA Kings, Fedex Field, 30+ NCAA programs, including the University of Texas, University of Michigan, USC, & Alabama. Internationally, partners include Jessie J, and Premier League Football teams Tottenham Hotspur, Everton & Sunderland.
Danielle carries over 20 years of experience building brands in the Sports & Entertainment industries. Previously, she served as Vice President of New Media & Marketing for Madison Square Garden. Prior to MSG, she was Director of International Strategic Planning at ESPN International. Danielle started her career at the NBA, where she remained for 6 years. Maged is a recipient of the 2013 WISE (Women in Sports & Entertainment) Woman of the Year, as well as a 2012 Sports Business Journal Annual Women Game Changer recipient.
Danielle is a Board Member of the Police Athletic League of NY (PAL), and a member of the UJA-Federation of New York Sports for Youth Executive Committee.
She received her MBA from Columbia Business School, as well as her BA from Columbia University and resides with her family in the New York City area.