Seattle Mariners’ Fred Rivera Joins Us at Steelheads Alley! (Hatback Bar and Grill)
Fred Rivera is up to bat at the next Speaker Series, an event created for young professionals to access leaders in the community.
Fred is the executive vice president, corporate secretary and general counsel for the Seattle Mariners. Additionally, he has been influential in working toward solving Seattle’s homelessness crisis with the inauguration of United Way’s Home Base Program. A program that houses over 7,000 people a year.
On March 2 we are pitching our tent at Steelheads Alley, a partnership brewpub with the Mariners and Métier Brewing company, one of Seattle’s only black owned breweries. Fred will share his career journey through the sports industry and tips for keeping your values front and center.
Steelheads Alley is located across the street from T-Mobile Stadium and shares a namesake with Seattle’s first Black Baseball team during the 1946 Jim Crow era, honoring and paying tribute to the rich and diverse sport’s history of baseball and softball in the Pacific Northwest.
This is a unique location to occupy while highlighting both the sports and legal industries. We’ll learn from each other and lean into bringing our whole self to everything that we do.
Join us for an intimate event to chat face-to-face with our speakers, network with like-minded individuals and enjoy light refreshments. Plus get ready for baseball season by bidding on exciting auction items with all proceeds helping to fight homelessness in Seattle! Items include Ken Griffey Jr bobbleheads, Seattle Mariners tumbler, tickets to the Seattle Art Museum and more!