Warren K. Zola is the executive director of the Boston College Chief Executives Club at the Carroll School of Management.
An attorney and thought leader in the business of sports and sports law, Zola teaches graduate courses in the Carroll School, lectures around the country, and served as a guest expert on a Congressional roundtable discussion about reform in college athletics. As chair of the University’s Professional Sports Counseling Panel, Zola counsels student-athletes on the transition from college to professional sports. He is also relied upon by the national media for his insight and perspective on these topics, and is a regular guest columnist for The Huffington Post and executive editor of The Sports Law Blog.
Zola serves as the executive director of the Boston College's Chief Executives Club which has long been recognized as one of the country’s premier business forums. The keynote speakers at these events are CEOs drawn from the top echelons of their fields – thought leaders who welcome the opportunity to address an audience of their peers.
He received his Bachelor of Arts from Hobart & William Smith College, a Juris Doctor degree from Tulane University where he founded the Sports Law Society, and a Masters in Business Administration from Boston College.