Chris Weiner

Executive Director

Chris Weiner is the Executive Director for One Maryland Collective. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing a diverse portfolio of Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) efforts benefitting 20 sports and 500+ student-athletes at the University of Maryland. Leading a team across various departments, Chris works to foster corporate partnerships that will support student-athletes' engagement, maximize community impact and bolster revenue generating opportunities.

Chris brings over a decade of hands-on experience in the sports and entertainment industry. He has had the unique opportunity to work for a variety of organizations ranging from professional sports teams to full-service sports marketing and consulting agencies. Most recently, Chris served as the Senior Manager of Corporate Partnerships with the Washington Nationals.


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Brian Kubasik

Director of Operations

Brian serves as the Director of Operations for One Maryland NIL Collective where he focuses on day-to-day operations, marketing, and events with student-athletes and donors. He is a native of Potomac, Maryland, and a lifelong Terp who has been working for Maryland Athletics in some capacity for the last 10 years going back to his days as a student. In his time with the Athletic Department, Brian was involved in letter winner engagement, donor relations and event planning. He has been fortunate to see Maryland student-athletes take home seven national championships and 49 Big Ten titles throughout his time working with the Terps.


When Brian isn't in College Park, he is probably exploring Washington, D.C., or traveling to check events off of his extensive sports bucket list. 

Rob Carlin

Director of Corporate Sales

Rob Carlin is the Director of Corporate Sales for One Maryland Collective. Rob will be responsible for developing solicitation strategies and building relationships with local, regional and national sponsors. In this role, his goal is to drive revenue from those that want to support One Maryland Collective in hopes of recruiting and retaining Maryland's student-athletes. Ultimately, the intention is to help these student-athletes reach their potential and their worth as well as foster relationships and grow connections with our local communities.


Rob has had a long and winding professional journey that coincidentally started at the University of Maryland. Upon graduation from Maryland in 1995, Rob began a long career as a sports broadcaster, firs as a producer at Fox45 in Baltimore. From there, he made the trip over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to the Eastern Shore where he started his on-air career at WMDT in Salisbury, While there, he actually covered Andre Collins as an undersized, dead-eye shooter at Crisfield High before he won a National Championship with the Terps in 2002. 

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