Alexander "Sandy" Brown

Commissioner, Major League Lacrosse
Sandy Brown was named commissioner of Major League Lacrosse in February 2018, succeeding David Gross, who held the position for 14 years. Brown is an accomplished executive with over 20 years of leadership experience who has spearheaded the launch and growth of multiple sports media outlets. Most recently, he was the president/CEO of One World Sports, where he launched the HD channel across both linear and digital platforms to over 50 million subscribers through cable and satellite distributors as well as over-the-top (OTT) platforms. In 2010, Brown became president of Univision Sports, the leading media outlet for Spanish-speaking Americans. He created and launched Univision Deportes to over 15 million homes and developed multi-platform programming. Additionally, Brown oversaw the rebranding of Univision Sports and oversaw the production of the highest rated primetime sports broadcast in the channel’s history at the time with the Mexico vs. Honduras match in the 2011 Gold Cup. He also has extensive experience in the international markets. Based in Hong Kong and Singapore, he was the managing director of both ESPN Asia and ESPN Star Sports. His international work in sports began in the late 1980s when the NBA hired him to oversee their international television interests in over 100 countries.