Lee Hendrickson

Vice President, Community Engagement and Volunteer Programs @ Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee

Hendrickson leads the Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee’s community focus that will make a positive, lasting impact in the city of Atlanta long after the game is over. The initiative, called Legacy 53, includes five pillars: Business Connect, Capital Improvement, Civil Rights and Social Justice, Sustainability, and Youth Engagement.  She also oversees the creation and operation of the 10,000-member volunteer program, Team ATL, to serve as ambassadors throughout the week leading up to Super Bowl LIII. She works with the National Football League and various local organizations in planning activities and events that will enhance the Super Bowl LIII experience for the city, state and region.

Prior to her role with the Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee, Hendrickson led as human resources business partner for athletics at Georgia Tech from 2014 to 2016, where she implemented a number of initiatives to enhance culture, engagement and infrastructure for the athletics workforce. The Sylvania, GA product served as human resources specialist from 2010 to 2014 at the Atlanta Falcons, The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation and AMB Sports & Entertainment. She is an active member of the Atlanta chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management, where she has directed volunteer-led youth training events while serving as special youth projects chair. Hendrickson is a graduate of Furman University with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and is scheduled to receive her Master of Business Administration from Georgia Tech in 2019.