Jessica Mendoza is a baseball broadcaster for ESPN and former professional softball player. She won a gold medal in the 2004 Athens Olympics and is currently a member of the broadcast team of ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball.
Shelley is a five-time Emmy-winning reporter for ESPN, covering about every sporting event imaginable. She is an author of three books and three-time cancer survivor.
Rosie Rivera is a bilingual sexual abuse advocate and active entrepreneur. As the executor of Jenni Rivera Enterprises, international speaker, author and a influential public figure I use my platform to motivate and give hope to sexual abuse victims.
World champion barrel racer, professional athlete, motivational speaker and entrepreneur, Fallon Taylor has dedicated her career to making the seemingly impossible, her reality.
Respected sports executive Amy Trask worked with the Oakland Raiders for almost 30 years, serving as CEO from 1997 to 2013. She joined the Raiders as an intern, and worked her way up to become the NFL’s first female front-office executive.
Heather Monahan is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, TedX speaker and founder of Boss In Heels. Having successfully climbed the corporate ladder for nearly 20 years, Heather Monahan is one of the few women to break the glass ceiling.
Lolo Jones is an American hurdler and bobsledder who specializes in the 60-meter and 100-meter hurdles. She won indoor national titles in 2007, 2008, and 2009 in the 60-meter hurdles, and gold medals at the World Indoor Championship in 2008 and 2010.
Kerri Strug is an American retired gymnast. She was a member of the Magnificent Seven who represented the United States at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996, and is known for performing the vault despite having injured her ankle.
Josina Anderson is the first female NFL Insider at ESPN and active speaker. She has conducted exclusive interviews with some of the biggest stars in the world and broken numerous blockbuster stories.
Hall of Fame sportscaster Linda Cohn has served as a SportsCenter anchor since joining ESPN in 1992. She is ESPN’s longest-tenured SportsCenter anchor and in early 2016 was recognized for anchoring her 5,000th SportsCenter, the most of any anchor.
Joy Taylor co-hosts THE HERD WITH COLIN COWHERD, which airs weekdays on FS1, as well as the popular “Maybe I’m Crazy” Podcast. Taylor joined FOX Sports in March 2016 for the launch of SKIP AND SHANNON: UNDISPUTED & served as the moderator until 2018.
Mallory Brown is a worldwide adventure traveler, documentary filmmaker, keynote speaker, and global humanitarian. She travels the world to tell real-life stories of human connection.
Jen was born without legs, but did not let that stop her from becoming a world-renowned aerialist, speaker, and author. She has performed with Britney Spears and headlined at many prestigious venues throughout the world.
Aditi Kinkhabwala is a Pittsburgh-based reporter for NFL Media which she joined in 2012 after two years at the Wall Street Journal. At The Journal, Kinkhabwala was a New York Giants beat writer and NFL writer.
Alexa Datt is a studio host and a reporter appearing accross multiple programs of the MLB Network. She became host on MLB Network in 2018; she worked as the host of MLB.com’s Live With Alexa.
Allie LaForce is a prominent reporter for Turner Sports and covers the NBA on TNT. LaForce was also Miss Teen USA and worked for CBS Sports as a sideline reporter.
Allisha Gray is a professional basketball player for the Dallas Wings of the WNBA. She won a national title with South Carolina and was the 4th overall pick in the 2017 WNBA Draft. She won the 2017 Rookie of the Year Award after her first pro season.
Allison Williams joined ESPN in March of 2011. She works across a number of college sports, including football and basketball. In 2016, Williams moved from Friday night college football games to the Saturday slot on ABC/ESPN.
Amanda Kessel is a professional ice hockey player for United States Women's National Hockey team and the Metropolitan Riveters of the National Women's Hockey League. She won a gold medal in the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics and silver in Sochi 2014.
Amber Zenith is the CEO, co-owner, and creator of High Fitness. Her and her partner, Emily Nelson, have filled a niche in the fitness industry that the industry itself didn’t realize was missing until HIGH hit the market.
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