Lisa Borders, President of the WNBA and IWF Georgia member, was featured in an interview with Fortune yesterday. The story coincided with the eve of the WNBA draft, held at ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut. Borders was formerly the chairwoman of the Coca-Cola Foundation and president of the Atlanta City Council.
This year The WNBA surpassed its 20 year milestone. The league is a source of promise for aspiring basketball champions across the globe who seek to reach the pinnacle of their sport, top WNBA players have hailed from Russia, Brazil, Senegal, Congo, Australia, Mali, Portugal and Saint Vincent.
Catch the full article in Fortune here.