Now entering her 22nd season with the team, Melanie Marohl begins her third season as the Packers' director of football administration/player finance after serving as manager of football administration/player finance from 2018-2020. She first joined the Packers as a salary cap analyst in July 2001.
In her current role, Marohl works closely with Executive Vice President/Director of Football Operations Russ Ball while overseeing database management and reporting as it relates to the club's salary-cap planning, cash spending and roster management. She is responsible for preparing and constructing player contracts while also ensuring the team stays current on rules, policies and documentation mandated by the current collective bargaining agreement between the NFL and NFLPA. Marohl is responsible for monitoring player bonuses and working with the team's finance department on player-salary payments. She also serves on the NFL Club Services Committee, which helps innovate and create technology surrounding the salary cap.
Prior to joining the Packers, Marohl spent 12 years (1989-2001) at Schneider National, a logistics and truckload services provider based in Green Bay. From 1989-95, she worked as a capacity development assistant, providing operations support for the on-boarding and training of new drivers. She then served as a driver-recruiting business analyst from 1995-2001, helping design and develop a new software system for tracking driver applicants, gathering system requirements and working with programmers on system development, and handling analytical reporting for the department.
A native of Green Bay, Marohl earned her associate's degree in computer science during her time at Schneider. She and her husband, Todd, live in Ashwaubenon, Wis., and have a daughter, Marisa.