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ESPN’s Gentile honored as 2016 WICT “Woman to Watch”

Laura Gentile accepts her “Woman to Watch” award at the 2016 WICT Touchstone Luncheon in New York City.

(Jay Jay Nesheim/ESPN)
(Jay Jay Nesheim/ESPN)

ESPN Senior Vice President of espnW and Women’s Initiatives, Laura Gentile, was honored Monday at the WICT 2016 Touchstones Luncheon in New York. Gentile was awarded the “Woman to Watch” award, alongside Comcast’s Mary McLaughlin, Senior Vice President, Beltway Region.

ESPN Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Christine Dreissen, a former WICT “Woman of the Year” (2014), was on hand to present Gentile with the well-deserved honor.

WICT is the largest and most renowned organization representing women in the cable arena, serving 10,000 members across media.

The video below, showcasing Gentile’s accomplishments, was shown at the event.

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