Management

Chip Suttles
Vice President/Technology
Chip Suttles begins his first season with the Seahawks as vice president of technology. He will be the voice in guiding the values and mission for the technology needs of the Seahawks, Sounders FC, and First & Goal, Inc. He will be responsible for aligning technology vision with the overall business strategy of the organization and increase the performance of the organization through modernizing technology to improve the customer experience and drive increased revenue. Areas of focus include: improved stadium technology, player performance analytics, CRM systems development, websites and social media enhancement. Suttles joins the Seahawks after working most recently for the Vancouver Canucks in 2011 as director of technology. Prior to his season with the Canucks, Suttles worked for the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC); his fourth time participating in the Olympic Games. At VANOC, Suttles was the director of broadcast and prior to that had served in various technology roles from venue technology manager to director of the PMO in the planning through operations phases of the Olympic Games in Torino, Salt Lake City and Atlanta. Suttles and his wife, Lauren, have two sons Ty and Aidan. Suttles enjoys participating in a variety of recreational sports and coaching little league baseball and football.
Chip Suttles begins his first season with the Seahawks as vice president of technology. He will be the voice in guiding the values and mission for the technology needs of the Seahawks, Sounders FC, and First & Goal, Inc. He will be responsible for aligning technology vision with the overall business strategy of the organization and increase the performance of the organization through modernizing technology to improve the customer experience and drive increased revenue. Areas of focus include: improved stadium technology, player performance analytics, CRM systems development, websites and social media enhancement. Suttles joins the Seahawks after working most recently for the Vancouver Canucks in 2011 as director of technology. Prior to his season with the Canucks, Suttles worked for the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC); his fourth time participating in the Olympic Games. At VANOC, Suttles was the director of broadcast and prior to that had served in various technology roles from venue technology manager to director of the PMO in the planning through operations phases of the Olympic Games in Torino, Salt Lake City and Atlanta. Suttles and his wife, Lauren, have two sons Ty and Aidan. Suttles enjoys participating in a variety of recreational sports and coaching little league baseball and football.