Stephen Bisciotti Net Worth

Steve Bisciotti, born on April 10, 1960 in Millersville, Maryland, is the co-founder of Allegis Group, the world's largest private staffing firm, and owner of the NFL's Baltimore Ravens. He attended Salisbury State University and worked in the staffing industry before launching his first company with his cousin, Jim Davis. Allegis now brings in $11 billion in annual revenue and the Ravens won a Super Bowl title in 2012.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Owner, Baltimore Ravens
Birth Day April 10, 1960
Birth Place Millersville, Maryland, United States
Birth Sign Taurus
Residence Millersville, Maryland
Citizenship United States
Education Salisbury State University
Occupation Business executive and owner of the Baltimore Ravens
Board member of Associated Catholic Charities Mother Seton Academy
Spouse(s) Renee (Foote) Bisciotti
Children 2

💰 Net worth: $6.4 Billion (2024)

Stephen Bisciotti, renowned as the owner of the Baltimore Ravens in the United States, is anticipated to possess an impressive net worth of approximately $6.4 billion by 2024. Widely recognized for his influential role in the world of professional football, Bisciotti spearheads the operations and management of the Ravens franchise. With such an extensive net worth, Bisciotti's financial prowess serves as a testament to his success and strategic acumen within the sports industry. Additionally, his substantial wealth underscores his significant contributions to the growth and success of the Baltimore Ravens as a prominent force in American football.

2009 $1.55 Billion
2010 $1.3 Billion
2011 $1.3 Billion
2012 $1.6 Billion
2013 $2.1 Billion
2014 $2.6 Billion
2015 $3.2 Billion
2016 $3.7 Billion
2017 $3.8 Billion
2018 $4.28 Billion

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Steve Bisciotti was born on April 10, 1960 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the youngest of three children in a middle class Italian-American family. In 1961, his parents, Bernard and Patricia Bisciotti, moved the family to Severna Park, Maryland, a suburb of Baltimore City, for his father's job as a construction sales executive.


In 1982, Bisciotti graduated from Salisbury State University in Maryland with a degree in liberal arts. A year later, at 23, he and his cousin Jim Davis started Aerotek, a staffing company in the aerospace and Technology sectors. Running the company out of a basement office with secondhand equipment, Bisciotti and Davis produced $1.5 million in sales in the first year. Aerotek grew into the Allegis Group, which is now the largest privately held staffing firm in the world. Bisciotti's involvement in the Sports Business has brought more attention to his once low-profile company.


On March 27, 2000, NFL owners approved the sale of 49% of the Ravens to Bisciotti. In the deal, Bisciotti had an option to purchase the remaining 51% for $325 million in 2004 from Art Modell. On April 9, 2004 the NFL approved Steve Bisciotti's purchase of the majority stake in the club.


One of the first projects Bisciotti directed as owner of the Ravens was to build the team's state-of-the-art training and practice facility, dubbed "The Castle," which opened in October 2004.


In 2005, Bisciotti ranked 378 among the Forbes 400, a list of the richest Americans.


Bisciotti fired Brian Billick after the 2007 season, although Billick's eight years as the Ravens' head coach included the team's win in Super Bowl XXXV. He then surprised many observers by selecting John Harbaugh as his new coach, despite Harbaugh's peak of previous experience being a single year as a defensive backs coach after several successful years as the special teams coach for the Philadelphia Eagles.


In 2009, Aerotek, the company Bisciotti co-founded, reached a $1.2 million settlement in a class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of more than 1,000 Aerotek workers who worked at a Verizon Internet Services call center in Martinsburg, West Virginia, which was closed in December 2006. The company then was sued to settle claims that the workers were not paid in a timely fashion for accrued personal time and were not paid all of the wages that were due in accordance with the West Virginia Wage Payment and Collection Act and Fair Labor Standards Act, according to Berkeley County Circuit Court records.


In 2012, the Baltimore Ravens capitalized off a 10-6 season to go on to win Super Bowl XLVII against the San Francisco 49ers on February 3, 2013.


Bisciotti attended the Severn School, a private preparatory school for the U.S. Naval Academy, but left after two years and transferred to Severna Park High School. In his senior year, he played on the football team, though he has said "I wasn’t much of a high school athlete, but played football, baseball, and basketball all the time when I was growing up".