Kalen Jackson is entering her tenth season as vice chair/owner.
Jackson joined the team in 2010 as vice president and, along with sisters Carlie Irsay-Gordon and Casey Foyt, represents the next generation of Colts ownership. Like her sisters, she grew up with the Colts organization as a significant part of her life since birth.
Jackson graduated with honors in 2010 from Indiana University’s School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation with a bachelor’s degree in sports management and marketing. On a daily basis, she is involved in corporate sales and community outreach and currently serves on the board of the United Way of Central Indiana. Jackson coordinates the Irsay family’s philanthropic and charitable efforts, is president of the Indianapolis Colts Women’s Organization and represents the team at NFL Owners Meetings.
In 2016, the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell appointed her to the league’s Employee Benefits Committee. As the youngest member of the committee, Jackson is responsible for administering club and league benefit plans, including plan design and amendment, benefit and administrative expense payments and employee eligibility issues.
She was born and resides in Indianapolis with her husband, Boyd Jackson, and their two daughters.