Jack Groh is Director of the National Football League Environmental Program and a principal in the consulting firm of US Green Sports. Mr. Groh has been a communications and environmental consultant for more than 27 years and has worked on Super Bowl since 1993. He has been called the “Father of American Sport Sustainability” and, under his leadership, Super Bowl, the NFL annual championship game, has become recognized as the greenest professional sports championship in America.
Mr. Groh also served as Sustainability Consultant for the College Football Playoff National Championship, from its debut in 2015 until 2019.
He has coordinated environmental projects for the US Department of Energy, Argonne National Laboratory, the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association, the American Solar Energy Society, the State of Rhode Island, the National Clean Cities Coalition and the United States Consortium for Automotive Research (USCAR) – a joint initiative of GM, Ford and Chrysler.