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'Get in the Game' virtual forum showcasing Black women leading in sports helps kick off NBA All-Star Weekend in Cleveland

A panel of 'All-Star'women leading in the business of sports come together for a virtual forum.
Credit: College Now Greater Cleveland/Facebook

CLEVELAND — All-Stars aren't just players on the court. To get ready for NBA All-Star Weekend in Cleveland, a panel of sports business All-Stars are joining together for a virtual conversation on Thursday afternoon at 4 p.m.

"Get in the Game" is a virtual conversation about Black women leading in sports. It will be hosted by College Now Board Member April Miller Boise, EVP and CLO, Eaton, and moderated by Monica Jackson, VP I&D, Eaton.

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Here are the panelists scheduled to join the conversation:

  • Tamika Tremaglio, Executive Director of the NBA Players Association; College Now Board Member 
  • Shelly Cayette, EVP and Chief Commercial Officer of the Cleveland Cavaliers; 
  • Terri Jackson, Executive Director of the WNBA Players Association 
  • Danita Johnson, Pres., Business Operations, of DC United

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