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New Voices Under 30: Past classes

Class of 2019

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Hilary Ash, Los Angeles 2028
Samantha Barkowski, Fenway Sports Group / Boston Red Sox
Octavia Chambers, Portland Trail Blazers
Phil de Winter, FanHub Media
Tanya Downey, Major League Soccer
Kevin Esteves, National Basketball Association
Leslie Evans, World Surf League
Bradley Fain, Brooklyn Nets
Alessandro Gasparro, Los Angeles Clippers
Emily Hejlik, Octagon
Ian Hillman, Harris Blitzer Sports and Entertainment
Claire Kaido, The Madison Square Garden Company
Sarah Kettler, SeatGeek
Marc Kulbersh, Phoenix Suns
Keri Lenker, National Basketball Association
Marie Margolius, ESPN
Christina Milano, Excel Sports Management
Ashton Mullinix, Detroit Lions
Sebastian Park, Houston Rockets / Clutch Gaming
Alex Parker, Miami Dolphins
Kirby Porter, PepsiCo
Megan Rand, Populous
Matt Samost, Tampa Bay Lightning / Tampa Bay Sports and Entertainment
Kerry Scalora, UFC
Buster Scher, Hoops Nation / The Buster Show
Tal Shachar, Immortals Gaming Club
Brandon Sosna, University of Cincinnati Athletics
Nick Thimm, CAA Sports
Zack Weiner, Overtime
Krista Whitaker, Proskauer

Class of 2020

Madeline Baxter, National Basketball Association
Ben Burdick, Elevate Sports Ventures
Colleen Cummings, Octagon
Sara Diaz, PGA Tour
Ayana Duncanson, NFL Players Association
Sam Ebb, Comcast Spectacor
Rochelle Farnum, LA28
Matthew Gaeta, Gaeta Sports Management
Kassandra Garcia, Los Angeles Rams
Ted Glick, Sacramento Republic FC
Maria Grosso, AT&T
Shelbi Hendricks, OneTeam Partners
Jesse Heussner, CAA Sports
Jessie Kavana, BSE Global
Zenab Keita, Golden State Warriors
Ben Kennedy, NASCAR
Jordan Kessler, J.P. Morgan Chase Private Bank
Lauren Laughlin, Amazon
Kristen Muha, Oak View Group
Chiney Ogwumike, Los Angeles Sparks / ESPN
Grant Paranjape, Washington Justice
Cody Parsons, FC Cincinnati
Andre Perez, National Football League
Omar Raja, ESPN
Brandon Rhodes, Overtime
Haley Rosen, Just Women’s Sports
Tamarah Strauss, DKC Sports
Cecil White, WME Sports
Ellis Williams, CBS Sports
Christine Wixted, Twitter

Note: Companies are listed as they were at the time the honorees were selected.

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