As the General Manager of Mercedes-BenzStadium, Scott joined the organization for the planning and construction of the new multi-purpose facility and led its opening in 2017. Since then he has overseen a Super Bowl, an MLS Championship and the BCS College Championship at the LEED Platinum facility.
Jenkins comes to the Falcons from the Seattle Mariners, where he spent seven-and-a-half years as Vice President, Ballpark Operations.
Before his time with the Mariners, Jenkins served as Vice President of Stadium Operations and Facility Management for the Philadelphia Eagles. While with the Eagles, Jenkins opened and managed stadium operations for Lincoln Financial Field and the Novacare Complex that houses all team offices and training facilities. He also previously served as Vice President of Stadium Operations for the Milwaukee Brewers and GM of the Kohl Center at the University of Wisconsin.
Jenkins is a pioneer in the green building movement in sports and was an inaugural member of the Green Sports Alliance, an organization co-founded by the Natural Resources Defense Council dedicated to improving green building practices in sport. He now serves as the President and Chairman of the Green Sports Alliance.