Bobbi-Sue Doyle-Hazard is...
Assistant General Counsel for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. She Bobbi-Sue started her career as General Counsel and Director of Human Resources for the family of life sciences companies under the New England Cryogenic Center umbrella. In between NECC and the Bucs, she was associate corporate counsel for Granite Telecommunications, a billion-dollar telecom company just outside Boston.
A graduate of the UMass Sport Management undergraduate program, and Penn State’s Dickinson School of Law, Bobbi-Sue’s career path was anything but a straight line. After law school, she waitressed and took on small matters while licensed as an attorney due to the economic crash. As an early adopter of Twitter (@bobbisue), she credits her usage of the platform for opening the doors that lead to not just one of her positions but two (NECC and Bucs).
Bobbi-Sue is a member of the Sports Lawyers Association (SLA), the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC), Women in Sports and Events (WISE), and Women in Sports Law (WiSL). She is a strong advocate for mental health wellness and breaking the stigma surrounding mental illness, having personally lived with diagnosed depression and anxiety since she was a child. In addition, Bobbi-Sue is launching a podcast, called Leveling the Playing Field, where she conducts casual, conversational interviews with women working in sports. The podcast is the result of Bobbi-Sue’s passion for advancing the number and recognition of women in business and leadership roles, especially in sports. You can follow the podcast on Twitter at @LTPFPod for updates on its launch and upcoming episodes.