Mark Wilf

Owner, Minnesota Vikings

Mark Wilf is in his 10th season as owner/president of the Minnesota Vikings, playing a key role in the development of the business aspects of the Vikings and in organizing the leadership of the franchise.

Advocating generous philanthropy and advancing causes with special meaning is standard practice for Mark. As a longtime supporter of the Jewish community, Mark and his family are among the largest financial supporters of Yad Vashem, the Holocaust memorial museum in Israel.

Mark has previously served as the national campaign chairman of JFNA and is currently vice chair of their board of trustees. Most recently, he was appointed by JFNA to lead a new initiative that addresses the needs of impoverished Holocaust survivors living in the United States. Mark, along with his brother Zygi, serve as Trustees of Yeshiva University.[1]

Mark earned his bachelor’s degree from Princeton University. He later graduated from the New York University School of Law before becoming a principal in the family business. He and his wife Jane, who is also heavily involved in philanthropic activities, have four children.


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