Nancy Svoboda

Executive Vice President of Human Resources


Nancy Svoboda is entering her 10th season with the Denver Broncos in 2022 and her sixth year as the team's executive vice president of human resources.

Leading all human resources efforts for the Broncos and Stadium Management Company, Svoboda has instituted several innovative systems and procedures within the organization, including management programs, compensation reviews, and technology solutions. She leads a team that works diligently to ensure compliance on legal issues while respecting the demands of the NFL business and football culture of the Broncos.

Svoboda serves as an Infectious Control Officer and has been a member of the organization's COVID-19 Task Force throughout the pandemic. She is responsible for employee communication as well as ensuring staff compliance with both the NFL protocol and the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment guidelines at both UCHealth Training Center and Empower Field at Mile High.

Before joining the Broncos in 2013, Svoboda served as senior vice president of human resources for The Integer Group, a company she was associated with for nearly 20 years.

Svoboda received certification as a senior professional in human resources (SPHR) from the Human Resources Certification Institute as well as a senior certified professional (SHRM-SCP) from the Society for Human Resource Management. She also is a certified True ColorsĀ® Personal Success Facilitator and an EQ-I2.0 Emotional Intelligence Certified Trainer.

A contributing author of The Praeger Handbook of Human Resource Management, Svoboda received a bachelor's degree in business administration from Illinois State University and a master's degree in education, human resources and organizational development from Colorado State University. In February 2018, she was inducted into the Illinois State College of Business Hall of Fame.

Originally from Illinois, Svoboda has resided in Colorado since 1986. She is married and has two sons, both of whom have served in the U.S. Army.