Vice President of Media Development, Kroenke Sports & Entertainment
Board Member, Global Down Syndrome Foundation
Tomago Collins is entering his eleventh year with Kroenke Sports & Entertainment. Collins has managed media relations for the Denver Nuggets and media development across several Kroenke-owned businesses from Europe to the United States.
In his role as VP of Media and Player Development, Collins works closely with players, their agents, management and the coaching staff on off-court matters. Collins also has served as an advisor to numerous college coaches and professional athletes. Collins moved to Denver in 2003 to help launch Altitude Sports & Entertainment, a KSE-owned parent network of the Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche.
Prior to joining KSE, Collins worked as a sports copy editor and features columnist for The (Louisville) Courier-Journal, and lead writer and editor for CNN International. He edited and provided analysis for ‘Scorecasting – the hidden influences behind how sports are played and games are won’ (Random House 2011), a book written by award-winning Sports Illustrated Senior Writer L. Jon Wertheim that explores behavioral economics and sports.
Collins holds undergraduate degrees from Yale College in Women’s Studies and Political Science, and is active in several education reform initiatives. He currently serves on the boards of Playing for Change; Colorado I Have A Dream Foundation and Colorado Make A Wish Foundation. He also works closely with the Global Down Syndrome Foundation.