Wycliffe Grousbeck
Lead Owner, Governor & CEO
Boston Celtics

Wyc Grousbeck became Lead Owner, Governor and CEO of the Boston Celtics in 2002. In 2008, the Celtics won their 17th championship, beating the Lakers by 39 points in the final game. Wyc is on the Executive, Media, and Labor Relations Committees of the NBA.

Wyc is also a venture investor; tequila entrepreneur; co-creator of an NBC sitcom planned to premiere in spring 2024; drummer and guitarist in two Boston based bands; and charitable supporter.

He co-founded Causeway, a sports and tech venture firm managing $335 million. Wyc and his wife Emilia Fazzalari co-founded Cincoro Tequila with three other NBA owners: Michael Jordan (Charlotte Hornets), Jeanie Buss (LA Lakers), and Wes Edens (Milwaukee Bucks). Cincoro launched in 2019 and has sold 2 million bottles to date. Emilia is the CEO.

Wyc is the former Chair of Mass Eye and Ear, a world leader in fighting blindness and deafness. He raised over $250 million for the institution.

Wyc attended Princeton University (BA,1983), where his crew went undefeated and claimed the national championship; the University of Michigan (JD, 1986); and Stanford Business School (MBA, 1992).