Linda DeYampert

B.S., Business Administration, 1999

Linda DeYampert

Linda DeYampert is the Senior Manager, Scheduling Operations for the National Football League (NFL). She is the first African-American woman to hold a position in management for the NFL Network, which is one of the fastest growing cable networks in the country. Her responsibilities include management of the production facility, scheduling personnel, and staffing of over 200 freelance employees on a day-to-day basis for all studio operations and some remote production.

DeYampert’s passion is working and getting involved in her community. She is a motivational speaker for “Career Day” in the inner-city schools in Los Angeles. Currently, she is an Adjunct Professor for the University of Phoenix, School of Business where she teaches all Management and Human Resource Management courses.

DeYampert is the President of the National Black MBA Association (Los Angeles Chapter), member of WISE (Women in Sports and Events), NFL Women’s Interactive Network, and volunteers with Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America and the Best Buddies Program. Recently, Linda was named the winner of the 2015 Women Making a Difference Award by the Los Angeles Business Journal. In addition, she was recognized with the 2015 Multicultural Leaders of California award.