Tom Spock '78

Tom Spock '78
Spock is a respected sports and media industry executive and the founding partner of Scalar Media LLC. Prior to starting Scalar Media, he spent 10 years with the NFL, serving as its first executive vice president and chief financial officer and later as executive vice president for new media and enterprises. Before joining the NFL, Spock spent nine years at NBC in New York in a variety of financial positions. He returned to the Board of Mangers in the fall of 2014 after having previously served from 1997 to 2013. 
 

Spock earned a B.A. with honors in economics from Swarthmore and an MBA from Stanford. At his Swarthmore commencement, he received the Ivy Award, which is given to the outstanding man in the graduating class. Spock also played four years of varsity soccer, including playing in the 1974 NCAA Division III National Championship game. He lives in Larchmont, N.Y., with his wife, Linda; they have one grown son, Randy.