In recognition of National Girls and Women in Sports Day, FOX Sports asked women across the company to share how sports have helped push them forward and realize their potential:
Jenna Wolfe from FS1’s FIRST THINGS FIRST says playing sports taught her how to compete, how to win and how to lose … skills she uses every day.
Kylie Heyer in marketing distribution says working in sports has helped give her confidence.
Alexis Wilborn, log editor with FOX Sports Southeast, played sports growing up and is a fitness enthusiast.
Sports have helped Erin McMullen, senior director of programming, become a better teammate.
FOX NFL reporter Pam Oliver says she wouldn’t be where she is today without the opportunity to participate in sports.
Alexa Tieu, an on-air promotions producer, editor and graphic designer for FOX Sports Arizona, sees sports as an avenue to help others.
Client services coordinator Sydney Holman says sports have taught her teamwork, time management, work ethic and more.
Marketing’s Linsey Bahl is grateful for the opportunities she’s had to work with other great women at FOX Sports.
FOX College Hoops analyst Sarah Kustok says we never know what life may bring, but she always feels prepared to be the best version of herself because of the impact sports has provided.