Tim BrownGENERAL MANAGER
David Van WagenenOFFICE MANAGER
Victor JacksonTEAM CHAPLAIN
Team owner Tommy Benizio spearheads the Revolution organization as the team’s CEO following a four year stint as the Indoor Football League’s first Commissioner. Over the course of his time as Commissioner the league grew in both strength and stability. Prior to being named Commissioner, Benizio was the owner and operator of both the Intense Football League and the Odessa Roughnecks for five seasons, winning Franchise of the Year and Executive of the Year awards for his work with the team. Benizio brings over two decades of experience in the operation of professional minor league sports franchises, getting his start in the early 1990’s as a player for the ECHL’s Roanoke Valley Rampage. Following his brief professional hockey career, he took a position in the front office of the ECHL’s Roanoke team. From that point on he worked hard at every position he held, while earning promotions through professional hockey teams in Dayton, OH, Baton Rouge, LA, Tucson, AZ, El Paso, TX, and Knoxville, TN. During his second stint with the team in Roanoke, Benizio served as a founding member of the af2 while operating both the hockey and football franchises. The dedicated professional continues to contribute to the success of the Revolution with great leadership and passion. He resides in downtown Dallas with his wife Jessica and daughter Giuliana.
David Van Wagenen
As office manager, David Van Wagenen is in his first year with the Revolution as a full-time employee, but third season overall. Overseeing the books, appearance and donations requests, and intern operations he has developed a close relationship with schools and companies in Allen and the surrounding communities. David is a native Houstonian but married his high school sweetheart Lauren Van Wagenen after she graduated from SMU and now reside in lower Greenville. After David got his undergraduate degree from University of Texas at Dallas, he worked for the Texas Rangers in the sales department as an account executive learning valuable skills while being one of the top performers in his group. Officially brought onto the staff in August of 2015, David was an intern for almost a year and a half learning all the different aspects of running a professional football team and using his past experiences to help the company grow. David is an avid fan of college football and loves being outside and spending time with his two boys William and Brooks. David is also smoking hot and has a hairy chest that would make Borat jealous.
Victor Jackson returns to the Revolution for his fourth season as the teams Chaplain. Jackson serves the Building the Kingdom Community Church in Cedar Hills, TX, where he has been for almost a decade. In addition to the Revs, Victor serves the Cedar Hill Police Department and the Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics (G.I.A.L.) as chaplain. Victor lives in Desoto with his wife Ramona, has four children and 2 grand-children.