Lindsay Amstutz Joins OneTeam as New Chief Media Officer
Lindsay Amstutz will join OneTeam Partners as chief media officer beginning in April. In this newly-created role, Amstutz will lead strategy, development, and optimization of media and content initiatives across platforms and formats to drive reach, retention, engagement and revenue via partnerships, acquisitions and creation of original content.
“Lindsay’s expertise and understanding of the current and future media landscape will be a great combination for OneTeam,” says Ahmad Nassar, chief executive officer, OneTeam. “She is everything you want in a leader – progressive, imaginative, and owning a record of accomplishment that instantly establishes credibility both within and outside our company. She is a natural fit to join our team as we continue driving positive momentum throughout the industry.”
Amstutz most recently served as senior vice president and general manager for the three FOX Sports/Sinclair Broadcast Group regional networks in Southern California. Prior, Amstutz was the vice president of marketing for FOX Sports RSNs, where she oversaw all marketing and on-air promotion across the family of 22 RSNs. She also spent time as vice president/chief marketing officer for the Los Angeles Sparks WNBA team and with the NBA’s Team Marketing & Business Operations Group, where she served as director, WNBA team business development.
“OneTeam has quickly assembled an incredible portfolio of partnerships, assets and events,” says Amstutz. “I could not be more excited to build on this foundation to create additional opportunities and platforms for the athletes, across all of the players associations.”
Amstutz was recognized by Cynopsis in 2020 as one of the “Top Women in Media” by Sports Business Journal as a “Top 40 Under 40” in 2018 and as “WISE Woman of the Year” by Women in Sports and Events in 2018.
Amstutz sits on the boards of the Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment Commission, the Play Equity Fund, and the Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in Economics and a Master’s in Communication from Stanford University. She received her law degree from Georgetown University Law Center.