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Fred Maas is Chief of Staff for the Los Angeles Chargers, overseeing all day-to-day business functions for the team reporting to President A.G. Spanos.
Fred Maas is Chief of Staff for the Los Angeles Chargers, overseeing all day-to-day business functions for the team reporting to President A.G. Spanos. As the Chargers prepare to move into the new Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park in 2020, Maas is also tasked with assisting Chairman Dean Spanos in the search for a site to build a permanent new training facility.
Maas, who originally joined the Chargers in 2016, previously served as the executive chairman of MRV Systems LLC, a manufacturer of marine robotic vehicles for the oceanographic and defense industries.
Prior to his role at MRV, he was the Chairman and CEO of the San Diego Centre City Development Corporation (CCDC), which oversaw, on behalf of the city, all redevelopment activities for downtown San Diego.
Maas was a principal and served as President and CEO of Black Mountain Ranch, a 4,660-acre property that his partnership acquired in 1988. Then undeveloped land, Black Mountain Ranch is now home to several large-scale residential communities, including Santaluz and Del Sur.
In the 1980s and '90s, Maas served as a partner at Potomac Sports Properties, the exclusive developer of the PGA TOUR Inc. Earlier, Maas represented the TOUR on marketing, regulatory, legislative and tax matters.
Maas has served in a variety of capacities in national, state and local politics over the past 35 years, including stints with Senators Bob Dole and John McCain, Jack Kemp and Governor Mitch Daniels among others. Maas also served as a special advisor to Todd Properties of New Zealand and H.E. Stuart Beck, the late Palauan Ambassador to the United Nations. In 2017, Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr., appointed Maas as a Commissioner on the California Horse Racing Board.
A native of Rochester, N.Y., Maas graduated cum laude from Syracuse University's College of Law and Hobart College. Maas is admitted to the District of Columbia bar.
Maas has a daughter, Katherine Claire, who resides in Los Angeles.