Trevor Short is the CEO of FanJolt, a new platform that offers fans unprecedented access to top talent in sports, music, and entertainment such as Rafael Nadal and Mike Tyson through varying levels of connection and engagement and across all price levels.
Short has an extensive background in the event industry, which is the driver for his business endeavors. He also serves as the President and Founder of Premier Live – a world-class experimental company and leader in global luxury tennis travel, camps, experiences, and events that allows its clients to live out their passions. Short is the force behind the Necker Cup Tennis Pro-Am and the Necker Open Golf Pro-Am, which he oversees with Sir Richard Branson, as well as operating the company’s sales and player and celebrity relationships. Trevor’s 12 plus years in the tennis event industry continues to drive Premier Live into new heights on a daily basis.
Prior to FanJolt and Premier Live, Short founded T&S Events in 2006 where he produced over 10 professional tennis events with some of the world’s top players including Andy Roddick, John Isner, the Bryan Brothers, and more. While still running T&S Events, he became the General Manager of the Racquet Club of the South where he and Remington Reynolds met and co-founded Premier Live. Short also founded the Australian Open Wild Card Playoffs in partnership with the USTA, which ran from 2009-2011.
Short was born in Murfreesboro, TN and attended Middle Tennessee State University, where he was a NCAA Division 1 nationally ranked tennis player. He now lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife, Stacy, and two children.