Alan Spector
About Alan Spector

Alan Spector of St. Louis earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Missouri S&T in 1969. He was starting first baseman on the Miner baseball team that won the MIAA conference championship in 1968. Spector spent 33 years in a successful managerial career with Procter & Gamble Co., retiring in 2002 as a director of worldwide quality assurance. In retirement, he is a strategic planning consultant for local non-profits and large cancer institutions around the country. He has authored 11 books, including two about baseball. He speaks nationwide about three of his books regarding the non-financial aspects of retirement planning, and continues, at age 76, to play baseball in senior leagues and tournaments, including international play in China, Russia, and Italy.