Greg Stremlaw

Greg Stremlaw
President & Chief Executive Officer
Indy Sports & Entertainment | Indy Eleven

Greg Stremlaw is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Indy Sports & Entertainment and Indy Eleven Professional Soccer, including helping lead the new Eleven Park development project in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Prior to this, Stremlaw has a media and broadcast background as the former President of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) Sports. At CBC Sports, he also acted as the General Manager, Olympics and the Chef de Mission for all broadcast elements for the 2016 Rio Olympics, 2018 PyeongChang Olympics and was appointed as the Chef again for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. He was also responsible for the oversight of all operations related to Hockey Night in Canada and the National Hockey League for CBC.

In other roles, Mr. Stremlaw has served as the Chief Executive Officer of Curling Canada; the CEO at an alpine ski resort and was the Director of Bobsleigh and Luge and Vice President of Sport Services at Calgary Olympic Development Association (now Winsport Canada), with extensive experience in hosting dozens of major national and international events.

Mr. Stremlaw has been selected to the Globe & Mail’s Power 50 List of Sports Leaders, seen as the most influential sports figures in sports. In 2020, he was chosen to CEO Magazine’s Top 20 most dynamic CEO’s in the United States. Some of his leadership positions include Co-Chair of Fan Experience for the 2021 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship; he is a current member of Canada's Sports Hall of Fame's Honored Member Selection Committee; an Executive Board member for the new W League in women’s soccer; and an international voting delegate for the World Curling Federation (WCF), the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) and the International Luge Federation (FIL). He is certified by the Australian Institute of Sport as a C.P.S.M.