Todd Glickman

Todd Glickman Todd Glickman

Chief Revenue Officer

Comcast Spectacor

Todd Glickman is Chief Revenue Officer for Comcast Spectacor. In this role, Glickman oversees Government Affairs and key revenue priorities including ticketing, corporate partnerships, and brand and content.

Glickman rejoined the Comcast Spectacor team in May 2022 and brings over three decades of experience in the sports and entertainment industry and deep familiarity with the business, as he spent more than 30 years working directly with Comcast Spectacor in a variety of roles.

Glickman began his career in 1990 with Comcast Spectacor and served key roles across several departments for both the Flyers and 76ers as the company quickly grew and built the world-class arena in South Philadelphia now known as Wells Fargo Center.

In the early 2000’s, Glickman became a key leader at Spectra, then a division of Comcast Spectacor, and oversaw the development of new business and managed relationships with premier organizations throughout North America for Spectra's venue management, food services & hospitality, and partnerships divisions. In his most recent role with Spectra as Executive Vice President for Business Development, Glickman and his team grew the company's portfolio to more than 300 clients across those three departments, not only by winning new clients at an impressive 68% rate, but also by establishing an incredible 98% renewal rate, thanks in large part to his 'Client First' retention strategy.

Some of Glickman’s notable accomplishments include successful renewal of all three Spectra divisions with the PPL Center in Allentown (home of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms) and Florida State University’s Donald L. Tucker Center, along with key client wins like the 200-acre Dallas Fair Park, comprised of 14 facilities including the Cotton Bowl and the Navy Pier complex in Chicago.

Glickman earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing and communications from the College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY.

He lives in Haddon Heights, N.J. with his wife, Megan. They have three daughters, Kali, Alex and Madison.