Entering his 15th season of ownership in 2019, Vikings Owner/President Mark Wilf has led a transformation of the Minnesota Vikings organization. Wilf, along with his brother Zygi, oversees the management and strategic planning of every department within the Vikings. Most recently, Wilf led two of the most significant initiatives in the team’s history with the completion of U.S. Bank Stadium and the successful bid to bring Super Bowl LII to Minnesota, both creating a significant impact on the community and state. In March 2018, the club also opened a new headquarters facility, Twin Cities Orthopedic Performance Center, in Eagan. The flagship facility will host Vikings training camp and serve as the day-to-day home of the team. In spring 2019 the Wilf Family Foundation made a $1 million donation to the Pro Football Hall of Fame to help the development of a Founders Exhibit to shine a light on the many contributions of founders and owners of NFL franchises. The display will cover the entire history of the NFL with a special emphasis on “Women of the NFL” and is slated to open in 2020 in conjunction with the NFL’s Centennial Celebration.