Pen Name: None Connection to Illinois: Hannah as born in Oak Park, Illinois. Biography: A graduate of the University of Notre Dame with degrees in communications and political science, Storm began her career while still in school, working at WNDU-TV, the Notre Dame-owned NBC affiliate in South Bend, Indiana. After graduation, she took a job as a disc jockey at KNCN-FM in Corpus Christi, Texas. Six months later, she landed at Houston’s KSRR-FM as their drive-time sport anchor.Hannah is a trailblazing and award winning sports and newscaster hosts the weekday edition of ESPN’s SportsCenter, and during the NFL season, hosts the Sunday edition of SportsCenter.Storm created the Hannah Storm Foundation in 2008, which raises awareness and provides treatment for children suffering from debilitating and disfiguring vascular birthmarks. For her work as an author, Literacy Advance of Houston honored her as a Champion of Literacy. In 2004, Storm received the American Women in Radio and Television Gracie Award for Outstanding Anchor for News. In 1998, Storm won her first Gracie Award for her pioneering work as a female in the world of sports broadcasting. In 2007, Storm received The Paley Center for Media’s highest honor when she was named as a member of the “She Made It, Women Creating Television and Radio” Hall-of -Fame. Storm has also received The University of Notre Dame’ s Distinguished Alumni Award, the March of Dimes Sports Legends Award, the Kim Perrot Courage Award, the YWCA Brava Award and the Traditional Home Classic Woman Award.
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|Go girl! :
ISBN: 9781402259708 OCLC: 706673839 Sourcebooks, Naperville, Ill. : ©2011. Create the ultimate sports-positive environment for your daughter. There's no doubt that sports are good for girls, but there is often a major lack of appreciation for just how critical participation in sports is for our daughters' development. Despite the numerous benefits that come from athletics, adolescent girls are still not encouraged to participate in sports nearly as much as boys are. So how can you motivate your daughter to stick with the sport she loves? In Go Girl!, ESPN sportscaster and mother to three daughters Hannah Storm lays out a roadmap for parents who want to encourage their daughters' continued participation in sports at an age where more and more girls pass athletics up. Hannah helps you take an active role in fostering and supporting your daughter's athletic interests, giving her the edge she needs to excel in life. Go Girl! is the ultimate guide to making sure that young girls take on life with confidence, passion, and a love of the game.
|Notre Dame inspirations :
ISBN: 0385518129 OCLC: 71365254 Doubleday, New York : Â©2006. Celebrities from the arts and the media, sports figures, and national leaders reflect on their experiences at Notre Dame and reveal the university's crucial place in their lives and careers.