Alexis Mack

Alexis Mack

It has always been a dream of mine to work at ESPN. As a 2021 summer intern, I am incredibly excited to be a part of the ESPN communications team. This past spring I graduated from The University of Alabama with a masters degree in Advertising and Public Relations, where I concentrated my research in gender representation in collegiate sports media. While at Alabama, I was also a student athlete on the softball team where I hit leadoff and played outfield for the Crimson Tide. Prior to this, I received my undergraduate degree in Journalism and Public Relations at The University of Oregon, where I also played softball. Through my time playing, I played in the Women’s College World Series 3 times, won a Pac-12 Championship and SEC Tournament Championship. Off the field, I had the opportunity to work as a communication intern with UA’s Athletic Department, a sports marketing intern with Rice University, a PR intern with KIA Motors, and was director of marketing with a non-profit in Chicago called Empowering Girls for Life. I was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, and while I’m a big sports fan, I’m an athlete and competitor at heart. I dream of one day making a difference in sports media, specifically continuing to foster the growth of women’s sports, and there’s nowhere else I’d rather start than at ESPN.
Intern Chronicles: These Are A Few Of ESPN Summer Interns’ Favorite Things
Intern Chronicles

Intern Chronicles: These Are A Few Of ESPN Summer Interns’ Favorite Things

As a representation of their gratitude, many of our summer interns shared what ESPN represents to them.
Intern Chronicles: Inside SEC Media Days
Intern Chronicles

Intern Chronicles: Inside SEC Media Days

ESPN Communications Intern Alexis Mack shares what she learned working during the four-day kickoff of "talking season"
Intern Chronicles: 2021 ESPN Summer Interns infROWgraphic
Intern Chronicles

Intern Chronicles: 2021 ESPN Summer Interns infROWgraphic

There are 44 interns from 34 different colleges "working from wherever" across ESPN this summer. Learn more about them here
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