Principal & Alternate Governor
He is currently spearheading the two-year $70 million privately financed project that will see a complete renovation of the levels four and seven concourses of TD Garden and technology upgrades as well as a new Pro Shop, all of which are designed to set the industry standard for a fan's experience in the arena. That is in addition to his involvement in the mixed-use development project that Delaware North Companies has proposed for the former Boston Garden site.
It was under his leadership that the team's current management group has been assembled and it was a tribute to his stewardship when the Bruins were named as the Sports Business Journal's 2012 Sports Team of the Year based on the criteria of "excellence, growth, creativity, innovation, sound planning, implementation and outcomes".
Jacobs also serves the Bruins as Alternate Governor on the NHL's Board of Governors, a position he has held since 2000. He is a Board member of both the New England Sports Network (NESN) and Total Media Group in San Francisco, a company for which he formerly served as President and CEO.
He is involved in a number of philanthropic causes in the New England area. Jacobs was instrumental in the creation of the Boston Bruins Foundation, whose mission is to assist charitable organizations that demonstrate a strong commitment to enhancing the quality of life for children in the community, and he serves as President of the Foundation.
He is also a member of the Boards of Directors for Ellis Memorial & Eldredge House, Inc., and The New England Sports Museum.
An avid sports fan, Jacobs is an accomplished equestrian and has served on the United States Equestrian Team. The graduate of Boston College also enjoys show-jumping and playing hockey in his spare time.
Jacobs and his wife Kim have a deep commitment to charitable endeavors and work with, among others, the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston's Children's Hospital, Bridge Over Troubled Waters, and the Cardinal Cushing School.
They have three children.