Former Major League Baseball Team General Manager

Kim Ng has been a professional baseball executive for over 30 years. In 2020, she became the first woman named General Manager of a major North American men’s professional sports team when she was hired to run the Miami Marlins. Under Ng’s leadership, the 2023 Marlins posted the fourth-best winning percentage in the history of the franchise and earned the Marlins’ first full-season postseason berth in 20 years.

As a baseball executive with the Marlins, Los Angeles Dodgers, and New York Yankees, Ng was an integral contributor to those clubs’ nine postseason appearances, including six League Championship series and three World Championships. She was the Assistant General Manager for the 1998-2001 Yankees, where at the time she was the youngest person ever appointed to the position, and then worked as AGM of the Dodgers for nine years.

During her tenure as Senior Vice President, Baseball Operations for Major League Baseball, she worked to grow the game in countries around the world and helped to advance the World Baseball Classic.

Ng grew up in and around New York City. She graduated from the University of Chicago, where she played collegiate softball and earned a degree in public policy.