About Bill DeWitt III
Bill graduated from the Taft School in 1986, then went on to major in architectural history and graduated cum laude from Yale University in 1990. After Yale, he served as an assistant to the head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, DC. He then attended Harvard Business School, graduating in 1995.
Bill is currently President of the St. Louis Cardinals, where he oversees all aspects of the business of the team and its affiliated entities. Prior to his appointment as President, he oversaw design and construction issues for the new Busch Stadium, which opened in the spring of 2006. Bill has taken the lead in planning for Ballpark Village, which will be a mixed-use project next to the new stadium in downtown St. Louis.
He serves on the boards of the Taft School, Cardinals Care (the charitable arm of the St. Louis Cardinals), Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern MO, and the Muny. He is also a board member of the RCGA, the Partnership for Downtown St. Louis, and the St. Louis Sports Commission.
Bill is an avid golfer and ice hockey player. He and his wife Ira live in St. Louis with their two children, Natalie (b.1998) and Will (b.2002).
LISTEN: Bill DeWitt III joins KMOX’s Debbie Monterrey and PNC Bank Regional President Rick Sems to chat about his achievements.
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