Kofi Bonner is the Executive Vice President, Business, with the Cleveland Browns and is responsible for business affairs of the Cleveland Browns, including overseeing community and governmental affairs. In addition Mr. Bonner directed the construction of the new Cleveland Browns stadium, where he maintains responsibility for operation and management.
- Serves on the boards of the Downtown Cleveland Development Partnership, the Visiting Committee of the College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University, and other prominent civic organizations
- Previously was the chief economic policy advisor for the City and County of San Francisco, reporting to Mayor Willie Brown and directed planning for the city’s proposed $525 million stadium complex in the South of Market area
- Served as deputy executive director for program and project management of the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency. While in the Bay Area
- Served as interim city manager of the City of Oakland, CA; director of Oakland’s Community Economic Development Agency
- Born and raised in Ghana
- Received a Bachelor of Science degree with honors from the University of Science and Technology in Ghana. He holds Master’s degrees in city planning and in architecture from the University of California at Berkeley, where he recently taught
Last updated 8/25/16