Dream Too LLC, the Atlanta Dream ownership group, is the only all-female ownership group in Atlanta professional sports comprised of owners Mary Brock and Kelly Loeffler.
Mary Rockett Brock, an avid sports advocate and active community leader, joined the Atlanta Dream's ownership group in January, 2011.
Brock serves on multiple boards locally, including the Board of Trustees for Spelman College and Usher's New Look Foundation. She is also on the Board of Advisors for Emory University's Winship Cancer Institute, Emory's Board of Visitors and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
Other philanthropic endeavors of Mary and her husband John include a particular interest in cancer research, and they have funded chairs in biomedical engineering at Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology. They also support scholarships in the Department of Chemical Engineering. The Brocks have been active supporters of Georgia Tech Athletics, and most recently, they funded the major leadership gift for the Georgia Tech "John and Mary Brock Football Facility."
Other areas in which Brock is active include the Board of Directors for Horizons National, a program for at-risk children that targets the summer learning gap, based in Norwalk, CT, with 28 affiliates in 13 states. She also serves on the Board of the Manhattan Choral Ensemble in New York City, and she and her husband John are devoted supporters of Americares, an organization that provides disaster relief and humanitarian aid, based in Stamford, CT.
A native of Moss Point, MS, Mary graduated summa cum laude from Miami University of Ohio, earning her Bachelor of Science in Science and Math Education and her Masters of Science Education in Curriculum Development.
The Brocks, who grew up together on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, were married 43 years ago while John was a student at Georgia Tech, and moved to Atlanta six years ago. Previously, they lived in Wilton, CT, and Cincinnati, OH, and a 10-year stint in Europe, living in Brussels, Belgium, and London. They have three children - Rebecca, John IV and Major - and four grandchildren - John V, Everett Mary, Leighton Annise and Lily Anise.
Kelly L. Loeffler is co-owner and co-chairman of the Atlanta Dream, the first women-owned professional sports team in Atlanta. As a result of her own experience with athletics, she is an advocate of combining education and sports to contribute to the success of young people from the classroom to the boardroom.
She is the Vice President of Investor Relations and Corporate Communications at IntercontinentalExchange (NYSE: ICE), a leading operator of global commodity and financial markets. She is responsible for investor relations, financial communications, media relations and corporate marketing.
Prior to joining ICE in 2002, she managed investor relations at Crossroads Investment Advisers, a private equity firm, and held equity research roles at William Blair & Company and Citi Global Asset Management. She began her career in the automotive industry at Toyota Motor Sales, USA.
Kelly is a member of the Board of Directors of the Metropolitan Atlanta Chapter of the American Red Cross, the Board of Trustees of the Georgia Research Alliance, and a member of the Boards of Central Atlanta Progress, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Skyland Trail and the Atlanta Sports Council. She serves on the Advisory Board of the Gene Siskel Film Center in Chicago.
Raised on a working farm in Central Illinois, Kelly earned a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and an MBA from the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business at DePaul University. She holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.