Stephen N. Lackey is an innovative and resourceful executive with more than 20 years of success in fundraising, government relations, and public leadership. Across a broad range of corporations and organizations he has been responsible for the leadership and management of high-level fundraising efforts, including the formulation, planning, and execution of development strategies.

Stephen has successfully planned, organized, and led charitable giving and sponsorship campaigns across several continents, resulting in over $600 million raised to support important community programs and events. Prior to joining the Super Bowl Host Committee team, Stephen was a successful regional Philanthropy Director with the Trust for Public Land. He also served as a fund development consultant for NASCAR, Quarles & Brady, the Africa Cup of Nations, and the PGA. In addition, he previously served as an economic policy advisor to the White House.

In Nevada he led efforts to raise several million emergency food assistance dollars as Senior Advancement Officer with the Culinary Academy of Las Vegas. Most recently, in less than one year he secured nearly $1 million in new sponsorship and charitable revenue for The Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas.

As a community volunteer, Stephen serves on several boards of directors and has given major gifts from his family foundation to support Ronald McDonald House Charities, adult education programs, and numerous other causes. Most proudly, he is committed to using his time and talents to ensure his daughter and all children inherit communities with the resources necessary to grow and thrive.