University of Michigan
Was the only woman to do play-by-play for events at the Summer Olympics in Beijing, announcing the Rhythmic Gymnastics competition.
Moved to NBC Sports, where she focused on covering figure skating and gymnastics.
Became a correspondent at CBS Sports, making her on-air debut at the U.S. Open Tennis Championships.
Debuted as a reporter for ESPN at the Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea.
Began working as a weekend sports anchor for WFAA-TV in Dallas.
Worked for local stations in Colorado, Kansas, and Texas before finding a national position at ESPN.
Supported the nonprofit the Women's Sports Foundation.
Supported Figure Skating in Harlem, a nonprofit that helps young girls learn the sport and gain skills for attaining life goals.