Mark Tatum

Deputy Commissioner & Chief Operating Officer, NBA

A 16-year veteran of the league, Mark Tatum is responsible for the NBA’s business operations, including overseeing the Global Marketing Partnerships, Global Operations and Merchandising, and Team Marketing and Business Operations departments. He also oversees the Women’s National Basketball Association and the NBA Development League, as well as the league’s Communications, Content and Marketing groups. Tatum is credited with pioneering the NBA’s largest international partnership with Tencent; the league’s landmark nine-year agreements with Disney and Turner; the first-ever NBA game in Africa; launching the first seven NBA Academies around the world; the NBA G League, the first U.S. professional sports league to name an entitlement partner; and most recently the NBA 2K League, the first official esports league operated by a professional sports league in the U.S. Tatum received a bachelor’s in business management and marketing from Cornell University in 1991 and is a 1998 graduate of Harvard Business School, where he was elected President of the Harvard Business School Student Association. He is on the Cornell College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Deans Advisory Council, the Cornell Athletic Alumni Advisory Board and the Harvard Business School Club of New York Board. Tatum also sits on the Board of Trustees for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, the Board of Directors for USA Basketball, the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Central Board, and the Board of Directors for The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids. He serves as a trustee at the Princeton Day School and most recently became a member of the Executive Leadership Council, a national organization that empowers African American corporate leaders to make significant and impactful contributions in the global marketplace and their communities. He is consistently named to SportsBusiness Journal’s Most Influential People in Sports.

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