Announcing New Additions to the 2020 BDSE CommitteePosted on November 7, 2019 by National Sports Forum | Press Releases
THE NATIONAL SPORTS FORUM WELCOMES THE 2020 BDSE COMMITTEE
NSF is proud to announce new additions to the prestigious BDSE board.
San Diego, CA – The National Sports Forum is excited to announce the continuation of the Business of Diversity in Sport & Entertainment (BDSE) for the 8th straight year. BDSE is led by a strong committee of executives touching all corners of the industry with the purpose of highlighting and supporting the growth of diversity in the sports and entertainment industry. The NSF aims to increase the opportunities for up-and-coming sports professionals who are ethnic minorities, or women, to gain access to the senior-level best practices of revenue generating responsibilities within the industry. We aim to provide networking and educational opportunities that set the NSF apart!
NSF is proud to announce new additions to the prestigious board. The chair of the committee will now be headed by Laura Waters-Brown (Tournament Digital Marketing and Analytics, with the PGA Tour). The BDSE Committee will also be adding six new members!
Asia Gholston: Integrated Marketing Manager, National Football League
Courtney Jeffries: Chief Operations Officer, Satisfi Labs
Megan Meisse: Senior Recruiter, Prodigy Sports
Cassandra Nicaisse: Senior Manager, Partner Services, NFL Players Association
Annette Parker: Executive Sports Marketing, Creative Arts Agency
Nerissa Robinson: Manager, Diversity and Talent, PGA Tour
The 2020 BDSE committee will consist of 14 members that will handle the selection of the 32 person BDSE Cohort to join us in Atlanta, as well as work to amplify the support of diversity in sports and entertainment. The NSF is excited to welcome the new committee members and congratulate Laura on her appointment as Head of the BDSE Committee. We are looking forward to the opportunities that BDSE will continue to create!
ABOUT THE BUSINESS OF DIVERSITY IN SPORT & ENTERTAINMENT (BDSE)
The Business of Diversity in Sports and Entertainment (BDSE), in conjunction with the National Sports Forum, recognizes the need for more programs supporting the importance of diversity in the front office. The NSF aims to increase the opportunities for up-and-coming ethnic minority and/or women sports professionals to have access to the senior-level best practices of revenue generating responsibilities within the industry and networking opportunities that have set the NSF apart. For more information on the BDSE program and committee members, please visit www.sports-forum.com/bdse.