Amy Rosenfeld is Senior Vice President, Olympics & Paralympics Production, joining NBC Sports in June 2022. She oversees the company’s Olympics and Paralympics production in the host city as well as the growing at-home operation in Stamford, Conn.
During a 25-year career at ESPN, Rosenfeld accumulated extensive big-event production experience having overseen numerous large-scale international sporting events for the network, including its critically acclaimed coverage of the men’s and women’s soccer World Cups, the X Games, Indy 500, and many more. Rosenfeld produced soccer and curling at four Olympic Games for NBC Sports.
Most recently, Rosenfeld served as Vice President, Production, ACC Network, since its launch in 2019, leading production at the network, including development of all show concepts and design. She joined ESPN in 2007 as a producer following a decade of freelance production roles, including NCAA men’s and women’s basketball, WNBA, and the NCAA Men’s Frozen Four.
A native of Concord, Mass., Rosenfeld began her sports television production career as an intern at the New England Sports Network (NESN). She is a graduate of Colorado College.