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Steinbrenners: Success runs in the family
By DAVE SCHEIBER, Times Staff Writer
Published December 16, 2007
Success runs in the family
Jennifer Steinbrenner, 47, earned a B.A. in business from North Carolina in 1981. Worked in Yankees public relations office after college. Supervises the New York Yankees Foundation, overseeing philanthropic efforts in Tampa Bay and New York. Graduate of Culver Girls Academy.
Hal Steinbrenner, 38, graduated from Williams College with a B.A. in 1991 and received his MBA from Florida in 1994. Chairman of the board of Yankee Global Enterprises LLC, also chairman and CEO of Steinbrenner Hotel Properties. Chief focus is construction of the new Yankee Stadium, scheduled to open in 2009. Has been with Yankees organization 17 years. Graduate of Culver Military Academy.
Jessica Steinbrenner, 43, serves as general manager of the Steinbrenner family's Kinsman Farm in Ocala. Earned a sociology degree from Sweet Briar College in Virginia. Author of a children's book, My Sleepy Room. Married to Felix Lopez, a senior vice president of the Yankees. Graduated from Culver Girls Academy.