Jackie MacMullan is a freelance sportswriter and NBA columnist for ESPN.com. In 1982, she joined The Boston Globe, serving as a columnist and associate editor until March 2008. From 1995 to 2000, her work with Sports Illustrated included NBA coverage as a senior writer. From 1996 to 1999, she became a regular contributor to CNN/SI, the 24-hour news network
In 1999, MacMullan worked with Larry Bird on his autobiography, “Bird Watching: on Playing and Coaching the Game I Love.” She published “Magic and Bird: Basketball’s Awed Couple” about Bird and rival Magic Johnson in 2003, and in 2006 released “Geno: In Pursuit of Perfection” with Geno Auriemma and Diana Taurasi.
MacMullan has been a correspondent for several cable television networks such as ESPN, CNNSI, and NESN, and WHDH-TV in Boston. She is also a regular contestant – not to mention the only female, on the ESPN program “Around the Horn.”
**Jackie MacMullan Speaker**
In her years at the Globe, Jackie has covered events such as the 1986 World Series, the 1987 Stanley Cup Finals and the 1988 Olympic Games, as well as numerous Final Four tournaments and NBA championships. With her experience in covering prestigious tournaments over the years, Jackie MacMullan speaker topics can include many of the world’s most prestigious sporting events.
**Jackie MacMullan Appearance**
A Jackie MacMullan appearance is an impressive event because of her numerous honors. Among these, the journalist has won several national writing awards from the Associated Press Sports Editors, including first place for investigative reporting in 1993 and feature writing in 1994. She also received the Tufts University Distinguished Achievement Award in 1995, and was named the New England Women’s Leadership Award recipient in 1997 and the New Fund Hall of Fame media recipient in 2000. She was also inducted into the UNH Hall of Honor in 2001, and was honored by the Institute of Study and Sport in Society in 2003 as its Hero in Sport winner.
**Jackie MacMullan Endorsement**
Any Jackie MacMullan endorsement includes the impressive humanitarian background associated the writer. After all, MacMullan is involved in various charitable endeavors like the Huntington’s Disease Society of America, for whom she served as national spokesperson in 2000, the New England Sports Museum, the New England Hemophilia Association and the Colonel Daniel Marr Boys & Girls Club.
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