Jarrett Nobles is a Director of Global Partnerships with the Los Angeles Dodgers. In his role, Jarrett is responsible for driving revenue through the development of partnerships that help corporate entities achieve a wide array of strategic objectives (i.e., sales, marketing, community relationships).
Prior to joining the Dodgers in April of 2022, Jarrett spent two seasons with the Los Angeles Chargers as Director of Business Development from 2020 – 2022. During his time there, Jarrett built a book of business of over $7MM by negotiating deals amongst Fortune 500 Companies, Government Agencies and Emerging Technology organizations.
From 2018 – 2020, Jarrett spent two seasons as Director of Global Corporate Partnership Development with the Cleveland Cavaliers. While in Cleveland Jarrett sold the naming rights to the Litehouse Chairman’s Club in Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse and secured over $2.5MM in new business.
Jarrett broke into sports in 2012 as a Corporate Partnership Account Manager for the Houston Astros. In Houston, Jarrett managed the day-to-day partnership execution for an $8MM book of business.
Jarrett started his career by spending four years at Edward Jones Investments in St. Louis, MO. There, he was responsible for the day-to-day program management of the Managed Account Program and for support of Advisory Solutions, a mutual fund wrap program.
In 2008, Jarrett co-founded The Urbane Group, LLC, an event promotion and lifestyle marketing company operating in four cities across America. The company grossed over six-figures annually and Jarrett was instrumental in the organization’s growth and expansion.
A native of the Washington DC area, Jarrett received his bachelor’s degree from Florida A&M University (‘2008) and his MBA from The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University (2017). He is a proud member of Kappa Alpha Psi, Fraternity, Inc.