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CNBC Global CFO Council

Joseph Siclare, National Football League

Joseph Siclare
Source: National Football League
Joseph Siclare

Joseph Siclare was named executive vice president and chief financial officer of the National Football League in September 2011.

Reporting directly to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Siclare oversees league-wide finance, including labor and club finance, operational finance plus accounting, tax and treasury.

Siclare has held a variety of senior roles since joining the NFL in 1992, including controller and treasurer.

Before joining the NFL, Siclare was the assistant group controller for Millicom Inc., an international cellular telephone company in New York.

Siclare, who graduated from Pace University, lives in Ridgefield, Conn, with his wife, Karen, and their two children


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