Keith R. Tribble

An energetic, aggressive, results-oriented, and proactive leader with over three decades of progressive experience in Sports, Business, Event Promotion and Executive Management with a consistent record of success in building corporations and non-profit organizations with strong foundations and dynamic infrastructure which repeatedly produced sustaining revenue and growth in dynamic and changing markets.

 

Tribble previously served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Jackson Health Foundation, the fundraising arm for Jackson Health System in Miami, the most comprehensive healthcare provider in South Florida, and the largest public hospital in the country. During his tenure at the helm of the Foundation, he led the fundraising efforts in securing over 60M dollars in charitable contributions.

 

Tribble enjoyed a successful career in sports administration and business. He served as Executive Vice President and Director of Athletics for University of Central Florida Athletic Association, Sr. Associate Director of Athletics for UNLV and Associate Director of Athletics for the University of Florida. He also led three collegiate post-season bowl games as the CEO for the Orange Bowl Committee and Executive Director for the Blockbuster Bowl (currently the Cheez-It Bowl)) and Las Vegas Bowl.

Tribble champions the importance of community and demonstrates this while serving on the boards of 100 Black Men of South Florida, Florida Sports Foundation, and speaking engagements at local and national businesses. For his selfless contributions to the community, he was honored by the Orange Bowl Committee and presented with the Trailblazer Community Award. This award recognizes the most accomplished leaders civically and philanthropically throughout the community. 

He was recognized as one of Black Enterprise magazine's 50 Most Powerful Blacks in Sports; one of the Most Influential Minority in Sports and 20 Most Powerful People in Sports by Sports Illustrated magazine and recently recognized as one of the Most Influential African American Leaders in Healthcare by the Miami's Legacy magazine.

Tribble attended the University of Florida, where he played offensive guard for three bowl teams. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in journalism (public relations and marketing). He was inducted into the University of Florida Athletic Hall of Fame in 2011 and the College of Journalism and Communications Hall of Fame in 2007. Keith and his wife, Terri, have a daughter, Carlyn, and son Kyle.