Brett Lashbrook graduated in just three years with his Bachelor of Science in Business in May 2000 from the University of Missouri, where he was a member of the Honors College. Following his undergraduate career, Lashbrook earned his Juris Doctor from Marquette University School of Law in 2006. During his time as a law student, he was a certificate recipient from the National Sports Law Institute and a member of the Marquette Sports Law Review.
Throughout his career, Lashbrook has had the opportunity to work in a variety of sports organizations, including the Kansas City Wizards, the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup, the 2000 Olympic Summer Games and the Women’s United Soccer Association.
As Lashbrook’s career grew, he played an integral part as the Venue Director for the 2003 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Portland, Oregon. In this position, he managed all aspects of the event in a short time period, as the venue was awarded the game only five months before kickoff due to a venue change. From there, Lashbrook served as the Legal Operations Project Manager for the New York City 2012 Olympic Bid, as a consultant for the Phoenix Coyotes, and as Legal Council and Special Assistant to the Commissioner’s Office for Major League Soccer / Soccer United Marketing.
In May 2013, Lashbrook was hired as the Chief Operation Officer to lead the Major League Soccer’s expansion team in Orlando, Florida. In this role, he oversaw all aspects of the Club’s transition from a minor-league soccer team to a Major League Soccer team.
After leaving Orlando in 2015 and moving to Las Vegas, Lashbrook founded Intersection Ventures, LLC, an investment and consulting firm focused on the sports industry.Now, Lashbrook has formed Las Vegas Soccer, LLC with his family in an effort to bring a professional
Now, Lashbrook has formed Las Vegas Soccer, LLC with his family in an effort to bring a professional soccer team to Las Vegas and Cashman Field with a multi-year deal.