Timeline of Charlotte Jones Anderson
|Date of Birth:||1966 , July-25|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Charlotte Jones|
|Birth Place/City||Dallas, US|
|Profession||Philanthropist, Vice President, Chief Brand Officer|
|Working For||Dallas Cowboys|
|Net Worth||$100 million|
|Famous for||Dallas Cowboys|
|Married to||Shy Anderson|
|Awards||Individual Arts Patron Award, The American Legion Distinguished Service Medal|
|Online Presence||Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter|
Charlotte Jones Anderson is the Dallas Cowboys Executive Vice President and Chief Brand Officer. She was born on July 26, 1966, in Little Rock, Arkansas. She is the daughter of the owner and general manager of Dallas Cowboys, Jerry Jones.
She attended Standford University and graduated from there, where she gained a B.S degree in Human biology. She has a younger sister Stephen Jones, a Vice President and CEO/director of Player Personnel.
Charlotte began her career as a Philanthropist. She presented an approach to fund-raising on the worldwide stage by focusing a national television audience on Cowboys Stadium and the unique opportunity to kick off the Salvation Army Kettle Campaign.
Later she set the wheels in motion to help the Army raise hundreds of dollars and touched lives across the globe by combining the Dallas Cowboys and top-flight musical entertainers who appeared on network television during one of the most popular NFL games on the season annually since 1997.
After that, Anderson was appointed of the Salvation Army’s National Advisory Board and is the first woman to ever perform in that role.
Then she organized the Cowboys year-round efforts in community service, and the annual development and distribution of foundation funds created by The Gene and Jerry Jones Family Charities and the Gene and Jerry Arlington Youth Foundation.
Later she was named as Chairman of the NFL Foundation and is reasonable for spearheading philanthropic efforts in player care, medical research, and youth football. The NFL Foundation is a company formed by the 32 clubs of the NFL that enable each team to completely make grants worthy causes on a national scale.
Before coming to the Cowboys, she ran the office and legislative staff of the U.S Representative Tommy Robinson as Chief of Staff. Then she left shortly after Robinson started his 1990 bid For Arkansas governor.
Additionally, she runs all strategies and applications surrounding the team’s brand as it is shown to fans globally. As her 23 years’ experience in the NFL has made her one of the most inventive and versatile front office executives among women in professional sports. She also joined Forbes 9th Annual CMO Summit in Miami.
Thus, she also performed in a well-known role in shaping the design, sponsor integration, décor and altogether presentation of Cowboys' Stadium, the state-of-the-art venue that opened in Arlington Texas.
After that, The Dallas Cowboys Art collection board cast their newest installation at At&T Stadium, Sky Mirror by sculptor Anish Kapoor.
Apart from that Anderson, lead the Dallas Cowboy’s participation with Victoria’s Secret to open the first ever Victoria’s secret PINK set inside a professional stadium or arena.
In 2013, she declared the Dallas Cowboys' collaboration with Peace Love World, a magnificence lifestyle brand, which went out an exclusive co-branded collection in the fall of 2013.
Similarly, Anderson was also introduced as the Chairman of the Final Four which took place in April 2014.
Moreover, Anderson was responsible for Cowboys Stadium appearing host to some of the highest profile sports and entertainment events in the world, such as the 2010 NBA All-Star Game, Super Bowl XLV, and the annual AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic.
Hence, she was also named as the 89th most important person in the National Football League by USA Today newspaper.
Talking about her personal life, Charlotte is a married woman. She tied her wedding knot with her husband Shy Anderson. The couple has three children in Dallas Texas.
Anderson has earned a considerable amount of money from her professional career. As being the Dallas Cowboys Executive Vice President and Chief Brand Officer, she has several sources of income and is paid well as salary. Her present net worth is estimated to be around $100 million. Besides she owns a mansion in Texas which is the 59th most expensive house in Dallas with the land worth $4.9 million.
Charlotte Anderson received the Individual Arts Parton Award at the Texas Medal of Arts Award. She was also named one of Sportbusiness Journal Game changer as Team Leader.
Charlotte is active in social media, such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Charlotte Jones Anderson facts on timeline
Born in United StatesJuly 26 , 1966
Charlotte Jones Anderson was born in Little Rock, Arkansas. She is the daughter of an owner and a general manager of Dallas Cowboys, Jerry Jones. She attended Standford University and graduated from there, where she gained a B.S degree in Human biology.
Named as chairman of NFL Foundation2012
Charlotte Anderson was named Chairman of the NFL Foundation and is responsible for spearheading philanthropic efforts in player care, youth football, medical research, and be the first woman to serve in this capacity for an NFL charitable institution.
Announced as chairman of Final Four2014
Anderson was announced as the chairman of 2014 Final Four, which took place in April 2014.Besides that event, Jones Anderson was responsible for Cowboys Stadium playing host to some of highest profile sports and entertainment events in the world, including Super Bowl XLV, the 2010 NBA All-Star Game, and the annual AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic.
Awarded Individual Arts Patron Award2013
Charlotte Jones Anderson won the Individual Arts Patron Award at the Texas Medal of Arts Awards. Under Anderson’s guidance, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders were awarded The American Legion Distinguished Service Medal.
Net Worth around $100 million2018
As of 2018, Charlotte Jones Anderson's net worth is estimated to be around $100 million.Besides she owns a mansion which is located in Texas and is the 59th most expensive house in Dallas with the land worth $4.9 million.