Moon Javaid joined the the 49ers in 2012 and currently serves as the chief strategy officer. In his role, Javaid oversees business intelligence, CRM and fan feedback; manages retail and concessionaire relationships; supports the drive for local revenue; and aids other business aspects of the organization with strategic and analytical support.
Under Javaid’s guidance, the 49ers launched the Member Inclusive Menu, built a data warehouse that processes over 3 million records per day, and launched the award-winning Executive Huddle, the first real-time analytics control room on NFL game days. Executive Huddle’s recent awards of note include being named the Leader in Innovation by Leaders in Sports, and Best Venue Tech by TheStadiumBusiness. Executive Huddle is also a finalist for Sports Business Journal’s Best in Sports Technology, to be announced later this year.
Javaid has also collaborated with ticket operations to break NFL records for highest revenue in a regular season game, and secured bids for WrestleMania 31 and the Gold Cup Final. Under his leadership, the organization has acquired Cal-Hi Sports, the Emmy award-winning high school program, launched a sports medicine facility, and started the first conference in sports dedicated to business strategy, the Horizon Summit.
Previously, Javaid worked at Linden LLC, a healthcare-focused private equity fund and L.E.K. Consulting, a global management consulting firm.
A Cleveland native, Javaid graduated from Northwestern University with degrees in Psychology and Economics and later earned his MBA from University of Chicago, Booth School of Business.
Javaid currently resides with his wife, Marnie, in Willow Glen, CA.