Ari Roitman is a revenue specialist at The Philadelphia Citizen. Ari Roitman currently serves as CEO of Pivot Consulting Group which he founded February of 2019. Pivot specializes in revenue generation as well as partnership evaluation, activation and marketing.

Prior to founding Pivot, Roitman spent over eight years with the Philadelphia Eagles, starting in December 2010 as senior vice president of business. In his role, Roitman oversaw revenue generation for the Eagles across key business areas such as corporate partnerships and premium sales, and directed the team’s strategies tied to the monetization of its TV, radio, digital and social media assets. He also ran the marketing department for four out of his eight-plus years with the team.

From 2001 to 2010, Roitman spent nine years at Major League Baseball’s Commissioner’s Office in Manhattan, starting as an account executive and advancing to serve as vice president of corporate sales and marketing for his final three years with the league. Roitman spent his first three years with MLB managing many of the league’s corporate partner relationships and the last six as its primary corporate partner revenue generator. He also served as a main point of contact with MLB’s 30-member Clubs, assisting the local teams in any way possible.

Prior to his time with MLB, Roitman worked for three years at SFX Sports Group, primarily with the 1999 World Cup winning U.S. Women’s Soccer Team. A 1998 graduate of Cornell University, Roitman resides in Penn Valley, PA, with his wife and their two sons.


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