Jennifer Azzi

Head Women's Basketball Coach and Olympic Gold Medalist

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  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    California, USA

  • Jennifer Azzi`s Keynote Speaker Fee This reflects Jennifer Azzi`s U.S. Speaking Fee

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  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    California, USA

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About Keynote Speaker Jennifer Azzi

About Speaker Jennifer Azzi…

Jennifer Azzi is no stranger to success. With achievements ranging from seven hall of fame inductions, an Olympic gold medal, a Stanford national championship, the Naismith award and a successful WNBA career, her accomplishments over a 25-year period have firmly established her as one of the most respected and accomplished figures in women’s basketball.

Through her sixth season as head coach at USF, Azzi has transformed the women’s basketball program into a bona fide postseason contender. She helped lead the Dons to their fourth NCAA tournament berth after knocking off the Nos. 3, 2 and 1 seeds in the WCC Touranment, respectively, to earn the league’s automatic berth to the Big Dance.

Azzi is a member of several Hall of Fames, including the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame (2009), the Anderson County Hall of Fame (2009), the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame (2007), the San Jose Sports Authority Hall of Fame (2006), the Knoxville Hall of Fame (1998), and the Oak Ridge High School Hall of Fame. In 1995, Azzi became the youngest inductee into the Stanford University Hall of Fame.

Since retiring from her playing career, Azzi has continued to serve as an ambassador for the sport both locally and internationally. Azzi has traveled thousands of miles representing the NBA and WNBA on trips to Africa, Denmark and Dubai. In addition, Azzi has conducted youth basketball clinics and workshops across the globe. Most recently, her community involvement has been seen through the NBA Cares program, partnering with the Golden State Warriors and other notable Bay Area figures to open two Live, Learn and Play Zones in East Oakland to serve area youth.

A native of Oak Ridge, Tenn., Jennifer attended Oak Ridge High School before matriculating to Stanford.

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