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"WomenatPlay:PLAY TO WIN: Advocate for your Advantage"

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Join us as we engage in just the lunch time call we all need on a Monday. Let's consider the often unspoken costs and even benefits in maximizing our edge and advocating for our unique advantage. Discover how Anucha Brown has used her talent and focused her intention in cultivating a soley amazing career in a very competitive industry.  She is not alone. We all find exquisite joy when we satisfy our passion and purpose. Share you strengths and honest challenges. This talk radio will offer tentalizing opportunities to "Advocate for your Advantage".

Meet Ms. Browne.  Ms. Browne opened her senior season (1984-85) by becoming the first woman in NCAA history ttally six straight 30-plus-pointperformances.That same season saw her lead the nation in scoring (30.5 points per game) and was selected to the Kodak, Street & Smith’s and Women’s Sports Foundation’s All-American teams. She also captured Big Ten Player of the Year honors for the second consecutive year and became the conference’s all-time leading scorer at that time with 2,307 points.

Browne spent 11years with IBM Corporation, serving in a number of roles, most notably as a program manager in IBM’s Worldwide Sports office where she was responsible for leveraging IBM’s technology investment in the Olympic Games ,the NBA, the tennis Grand Slams, and the PGA. She also worked for the NY Knicks from 2000-06 as the Senior Vice President of Marketing and Business Operations and became one of the highest-ranking female executives in professional sports.

 

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