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Faces and Places

A gathering of Game Changers

Twenty-nine of the 35 members of the 2018 class in attendance at the Game Changers Conference were honored on stage on Sept. 12 at the Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan.
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Twenty-nine of the 35 members of the 2018 class in attendance at the Game Changers Conference were honored on stage on Sept. 12 at the Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan.
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Twenty-nine of the 35 members of the 2018 class in attendance at the Game Changers Conference were honored on stage on Sept. 12 at the Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan.
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The events luncheon and reception offered networking opportunities. Jackie Chang and Portia Archer of NBC Sports Group and Charece Williams of PepsiCo.
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The events luncheon and reception offered networking opportunities. Jackie Chang and Portia Archer of NBC Sports Group and Charece Williams of PepsiCo.
Photo: marc bryan-brown
The events luncheon and reception offered networking opportunities. Jackie Chang and Portia Archer of NBC Sports Group and Charece Williams of PepsiCo.
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Leah Jenk of USOC, Molly Mazzolini of Infinite Scale and Karen Ashnault of CSM LeadDog.
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Leah Jenk of USOC, Molly Mazzolini of Infinite Scale and Karen Ashnault of CSM LeadDog.
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Leah Jenk of USOC, Molly Mazzolini of Infinite Scale and Karen Ashnault of CSM LeadDog.
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Octagon’s Marianne Rotole, Lisa Murray, Mandisa Diggs and Lauren Tietjen.
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Octagon’s Marianne Rotole, Lisa Murray, Mandisa Diggs and Lauren Tietjen.
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Octagon’s Marianne Rotole, Lisa Murray, Mandisa Diggs and Lauren Tietjen.
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Wells Fargo’s Sarah Toussaint and GMR’s Zaileen Janmohamed.
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Wells Fargo’s Sarah Toussaint and GMR’s Zaileen Janmohamed.
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Wells Fargo’s Sarah Toussaint and GMR’s Zaileen Janmohamed.
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WISE on the rise in Tampa

The Tampa Bay Chapter of Women in Sports and Events (WISE) held its launch event Sept. 13 in Tampa, supported by founding partners USF Vinik Sports & Entertainment Management Program; the Buccaneers, Rays and Lightning; and Tampa Bay Sports Commission. The Tampa Bay WISE board: Michelle Davidson, Devin O’Connell, Ashley Leko, Chanda Lawdermilk, Tracy West, Stephanie Dowdle, Michelle Harrolle, Michelle Gervais, Brittany Austin, Claire Lessinger, Jessica Worley and Janelle Wells.
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The Tampa Bay Chapter of Women in Sports and Events (WISE) held its launch event Sept. 13 in Tampa, supported by founding partners USF Vinik Sports & Entertainment Management Program; the Buccaneers, Rays and Lightning; and Tampa Bay Sports Commission. The Tampa Bay WISE board: Michelle Davidson, Devin O’Connell, Ashley Leko, Chanda Lawdermilk, Tracy West, Stephanie Dowdle, Michelle Harrolle, Michelle Gervais, Brittany Austin, Claire Lessinger, Jessica Worley and Janelle Wells.
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The Tampa Bay Chapter of Women in Sports and Events (WISE) held its launch event Sept. 13 in Tampa, supported by founding partners USF Vinik Sports & Entertainment Management Program; the Buccaneers, Rays and Lightning; and Tampa Bay Sports Commission. The Tampa Bay WISE board: Michelle Davidson, Devin O’Connell, Ashley Leko, Chanda Lawdermilk, Tracy West, Stephanie Dowdle, Michelle Harrolle, Michelle Gervais, Brittany Austin, Claire Lessinger, Jessica Worley and Janelle Wells.
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The time of their lives

The U.S. Tennis Association celebrates the start of its multiyear partnership with Rolex as it becomes the Official Timekeeper and Timepiece of the U.S. Open. From left: Rolex’s Laurent Delanney, USTA’s Patrick Galbraith and Lew Sherr, Rolex CEO Jean-Frédéric Dufour, USTA Chairman and President Katrina Adams, USTA Executive Director and CEO Gordon Smith, Rolex’s Arnaud Boetsch and Anne-Carole Dufour.
Photo: USTA / Louie Lu
The U.S. Tennis Association celebrates the start of its multiyear partnership with Rolex as it becomes the Official Timekeeper and Timepiece of the U.S. Open. From left: Rolex’s Laurent Delanney, USTA’s Patrick Galbraith and Lew Sherr, Rolex CEO Jean-Frédéric Dufour, USTA Chairman and President Katrina Adams, USTA Executive Director and CEO Gordon Smith, Rolex’s Arnaud Boetsch and Anne-Carole Dufour.
Photo: USTA / Louie Lu
The U.S. Tennis Association celebrates the start of its multiyear partnership with Rolex as it becomes the Official Timekeeper and Timepiece of the U.S. Open. From left: Rolex’s Laurent Delanney, USTA’s Patrick Galbraith and Lew Sherr, Rolex CEO Jean-Frédéric Dufour, USTA Chairman and President Katrina Adams, USTA Executive Director and CEO Gordon Smith, Rolex’s Arnaud Boetsch and Anne-Carole Dufour.
Photo: USTA / Louie Lu

 

The business of F1

Sean Bratches, managing director of Formula One commercial operations, and Mario Andretti, the 1978 F1 world champion, attend The Business of F1 event, on Sept. 5 at The Standard, High Line in New York. The event played host to more than 100 guests, and provided an inside look into the business of F1 and its growth strategy in the U.S.
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Sean Bratches, managing director of Formula One commercial operations, and Mario Andretti, the 1978 F1 world champion, attend The Business of F1 event, on Sept. 5 at The Standard, High Line in New York. The event played host to more than 100 guests, and provided an inside look into the business of F1 and its growth strategy in the U.S.
Photo: ira black
Sean Bratches, managing director of Formula One commercial operations, and Mario Andretti, the 1978 F1 world champion, attend The Business of F1 event, on Sept. 5 at The Standard, High Line in New York. The event played host to more than 100 guests, and provided an inside look into the business of F1 and its growth strategy in the U.S.
Photo: ira black

 

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