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Senior Culture Writer, The Undefeated
Author, “She Persisted in Sports”
Executive Vice President, Talent & Casting, ABC Entertainment & Disney+
NBA All-Star & Olympic gold medalist
Founder, Together Rising, best-selling author, and activist
espnW Writer & ESPN Commentator, World Cup champion
Chairwoman and CEO, The Garcia Companies; Co-Founder, Seven Bucks Companies and Co-Owner, XFL
Senior Vice President, ESPN Marketing & Founder, espnW
Professional figure skater & Olympic medalist
Head of Global Sports & Entertainment Marketing, Google
Senior Director, Strategic & Brand Insights, ESPN
Monday Night Countdown Host
Professional basketball player, WNBA Champion
Professional swimmer & Olympic gold medalist
Senior Vice President, Multiplatform Storytelling & Journalism, ESPN
Professional Trainer & Director of Strength and Endurance, LA Lakers
Executive Vice President, Global Insights & Strategy, Wasserman
Chairman, ESPN and Sports Content
Actress, filmmaker, and Angel City FC Co-Owner
Women's College Basketball and WNBA, Analyst and Sideline Reporter
Vice President, Marketing, Budweiser
Professional distance runner, NCAA Champion
espnW Columnist, ESPN Reporter and Radio Host, and Summit Co-Host
SportsCenter anchor and espnW Summit Host
Vice President, Women's Sports Programming, ESPN
Assistant Vice President, Sponsorships and Experiential Marketing, AT&T
College Sports Host & reporter, NBA Countdown Host
Soccer legend, best-selling author, and activist
Malika Andrews is an NBA Reporter covering the league nationally, whose work appears across ESPN platforms including ESPN.com, SportsCenter and ESPN Radio.
Prior to joining ESPN in October 2018, Andrews worked for one year as a reporter for the Chicago Tribune. Prior to joining the Tribune, Andrews worked for one year as a James Reston Reporting Fellow in the sports department at The New York Times.
Highlights from her newspaper career include traveling to Lake Tahoe as part of a team of journalists that reconstructed the events between Donald Trump and Stormy Daniels. She also reported on the impact of the Sonoma County wildfires on the equine industry during fall 2017. Additionally, Andrews has covered a Super Bowl, and looked at how the Larry Nassar sexual assault case affected children's gymnastics.
A native of Oakland, Calif., Andrews attended the University of Portland, where she earned a bachelor of arts degree and graduated with honors. While at the University of Portland, Andrews served as the editor-in-chief of The Beacon, the university's student newspaper. She received awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, the National Association of Black Journalists, and the Columbia Scholastic Press Association for her work. In 2016, Andrews won the Best Writer Award among Oregon college students.
Andrews is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and sits on the NABJ Sports Task Force Scholarship Committee.