Greg Bibb, a 24-year sports industry veteran, leads the Panther City Lacrosse Club in his role as President, CEO and Managing Partner. Bibb also serves as the President and CEO for the Dallas Wings of the WNBA.
Bibb was essential in securing the rights to the 14th member club of the National Lacrosse League in July of 2020, as well as the development and launch of the team’s name and brand. He also oversaw the hiring of the team’s General Manager and Vice President of Lacrosse Operations, Bob Hamley, while securing Dickies Arena, Fort Worth’s world-class venue, to serve as the home field for the club.
In his role, Bibb plays an active part in overall league leadership, as a member of the National Lacrosse League Board of Governors and holds a seat on the NLL Finance & Audit Committee, as well as the NLL Marketing, Commercial Properties and Broadcasting Committee.
With the WNBA’s Dallas Wings, Bibb has been the guiding force for the team on and off the court, as he helped reshape the coaching staff, roster and front office staff. Bibb was named the General Manager in November of 2015 and was appointed President, CEO and Partner in April of 2017.
Under his guidance, the Wings have drafted and developed a bevy of talent on the court. The Wings have selected eight WNBA All-Rookie Team selections since 2016, including 2017 WNBA Rookie of the Year, Allisha Gray. Also included in this group is Arike Ogunbowale (5th overall selection in 2019), who was the 2020 WNBA Scoring Champion, a 2020 All WNBA First-Team honoree, and the 2021 WNBA All-Star Game MVP. Satou Sabally (2nd overall selection in 2020) was named to the 2020 WNBA All-Rookie Team and was a 2021 WNBA All-Star selection.
Most recently Bibb oversaw the hiring process for Head Coach Vickie Johnson, who led the Wings to a playoff appearance in 2021, her first season with the organization. It was the third time under Bibb’s watch that the team has reached the postseason. On the business side, Bibb directed the team’s turnaround that has transformed the Wings into one of the highest revenue producing teams in the WNBA, while also guiding the Wings to significant gains in attendance, corporate partnerships, media reach and brand awareness.
Prior to joining the Wings, Bibb served three years as the Executive Vice President of Business Operations for the Washington Wizards and five seasons as the Washington Mystics Chief Operating Officer. His responsibilities with both teams included overseeing numerous business functions including marketing, communications, community relations, game operations, digital media, video production, analytics, and the camps and clinics program.
Bibb spent two years as the President of Hantz Group Sports & Entertainment where he was instrumental in the launch of the Detroit Ignition of the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL). He also served as the Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Philadelphia KiXX soccer team. Prior to joining KiXX, he was the MISL’s Director of Public and Media Relations.
A Magna Cum Laude graduate of Marist College, Bibb was named a member of the Washington Business Journal’s 2010 40 Under 40 Class. He has served as a board member for various non-profit organizations including Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, The Greater Washington Sports Alliance, and Most Valuable Kids. He currently serves as an advisor for the Arlington, Dallas and Fort Worth Sports Commissions. Bibb has also spent time as an adjunct professor in the Sports Industry Management program at Georgetown University. A Hershey, PA native, Bibb and his wife Tara, currently reside in Fort Worth with their two children, Adelyn and Caden.