Jeffrey Pollack

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For the film director and television producer, see Jeff Pollack.

Jeffrey Pollack (born circa 1965) is the former Commissioner of the World Series of Poker. Pollack earned an undergraduate degree in journalism from Northwestern University. He then received two master's degrees. He earned his first master's from The Graduate School of Political Management and his second in sports management from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Pollack later completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard University. His first job was a political consultant. Prior to joining Harrah's Entertainment and serving as WSOP Commissioner, Pollack held prominent roles with NASCAR and the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Pollack has been named to Street & Smith's Sports Business Journal of "40 Under 40" and twice to The Sporting News 100. His half-brother is Gary Bettman, the Commissioner of the National Hockey League.

Early career

In February 1994, at the age of 29, Pollack founded The Sports Business Daily....
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