Victoria “Tori” Stevens, who joined ESPN in 1999, serves as the vice president of Branded Properties and Home Entertainment at ESPN. She oversees ESPN’s home entertainment business (DVD and content licensing) along with ESPN’s expansion into branded consumer experiences and properties, including ESPN Golf Schools.
Stevens joined ESPN in 1999, serving as a director, running the then six-person Enterprises Division. In 2001, Stevens was promoted to vice president of ESPN Enterprises, where she was responsible for overseeing the business development and brand extensions for ESPN, including consumer products, video games, book publishing, home entertainment, an IMAX film, content licensing, and branded properties like the ESPN Zones and ESPN Golf Schools.
Stevens began her professional career in 1990 in the consulting division of the Marketing Corporation of America, where she served as a business analyst until 1993. Stevens then worked as a consultant and project leader at The Boston Consulting Group where she managed consultants and client teams on a broad range of strategic consulting projects for Fortune 500 companies.
Stevens graduated from Dartmouth College in 1990 with a B.A. degree in government and received her M.B.A. in Marketing/Management in 1995 from Columbia Business School.
Stevens is committed to volunteerism and is involved with Street Project volunteer organization in New York City where she developed and taught a career development class to 4-8th graders at the Mott Hall School in Harlem; she also volunteers with the Achilles Track Club for disabled athletes and the Children’s Aid Organization. In her free time she enjoys international travel and loves to run, bike, ski, and play tennis, among other athletic pursuits. She has completed five marathons and several triathlons.