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Megan Perry, WNBA Basketball Operations & Player Relations

Today’s guest is a leader in the sports and entertainment industry. She’s entering her eighth year with the NBA. Megan Perry primarily focuses on the WNBA, where she is responsible for scouting top college prospects in preparation for the WNBA draft. She also manages player appearances. You might recognize her voice because she serves as a basketball color analyst, covering games on CBS Sports Network, A-10 Network and NEC Front Row. Prior to joining the WNBA, Megan had a successful career as a basketball player herself, playing D1 at Cornell University where she helped lead her team to the 2008 NCAA Tournament and Ivy League Championship.

We learn from her how the WNBA with her leadership is trying to enhance its visibility and give its players a lot more credit. Her biggest financial mistake, it happened when she first moved to New York and it has something to do with her rent. Megan is also a spender. She’ll be the first to admit it. She loves to spend money, she’s conscious of that, she tries to reign it in, how she does it is very impressive.

If you’d like to learn more about Megan Perry visit her website megan-hughes-67s2.squarespace.com or follow her on Twitter @MissMegs42.

One of my favorite quotes from the interview: “Not everything that glitters is gold, so live within your means.” – Click To Tweet

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