Schiller Management Group

Renew Merchandise
Chairperson of the Compensation Committee

Brigadier General Harvey W. Schiller, USAF Ret., Ph.D., is Commercial Commissioner of America's Cup 35, Chairman of Schiller Management Group (SMG), a global consulting and business solutions company, and Chairman of Renew Merchandise, a producer of RPET products. In addition, Dr. Schiller serves as Vice Chairman of Diversified Search, one of the top executive search firms in the U.S., and recently served as Chairman of GlobalOptions Group Inc.

Schiller has served as Chairman and CEO of YankeeNets, with ownership of the New York Yankees, New Jersey Nets, and New Jersey Devils, served as President of Turner Sports, Inc., a division of Time Warner; and President of the NHL franchise, the Atlanta Thrashers. Before joining Turner, Schiller was Executive Director/Secretary General of the United States Olympic Committee. He holds the prestigious Olympic Order.

Schiller served as Commissioner of the Southeastern Conference from 1986 to 1990. He was a member of the NCAA Executive, Championship, and Budget committees. He served as a pilot in the U.S. Air Force from 1962 to 1986, attaining the rank of Brigadier General. In 1980, the President appointed Schiller as a Permanent Professor at the U.S. Air Force Academy. He holds several military awards including the Legion of Merit and Distinguished Flying Cross.

Schiller earned his bachelor's degree from The Citadel, and is a member of their Athletic and Business Halls of Fame. He earned his master's degree and doctorate in chemistry from the University of Michigan, and holds honorary doctorates from The Citadel, Northern Michigan University, and the United States Sports Academy.

Schiller was recently recognized by Sports Business Journal as a Pioneer and Innovator in Sports Business. He is active in a variety of national organizations and corporate boards. He is a member of the board of the Air Force Academy Athletic Corporation and the Board of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.