Larry Scott is the Commissioner of the Pac-12 Conference. Throughout his career as a student-athlete, professional tennis player, and sports executive, Scott has been a game changer: a bold, innovative leader with a vision for transformative change — from expansion and revitalization of the Pac-12 to equal prize money at Wimbledon. Prior to joining the Pac-12, Scott served as CEO of the Women’s Tennis Association as well as COO of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP Tour).
In 2013 Scott received the Americanism Award for embodiment of the best of American values and morals from the Anti-Defamation League. [He is also the Founder and Chair of the Sports Industry Leadership Council for the ADL.
Scott graduated from Harvard University with a BA degree in 1986. Commissioner Scott’s firm belief that sport has the power to be a force for positive change has been the hallmark of his career.