Jennifer Cingari Christie

I joined ESPN one month after graduating from the University of Rhode Island in 2008, and I couldn’t have asked for a better place to start my career. I currently handle public relations for ESPN Films (including “30 for 30,” “30 for 30 Shorts,” and “SEC Storied” series), the ESPYS, and the original content division. Other projects I work on include Sport Science, Home Entertainment, the New York Marathon on ESPN, and the World Series of Poker on ESPN. Born and raised (and now working) in the New York metro area has made me a huge NY sports fan, so you’ll find me rooting for the Knicks, Giants and Yankees. Follow me on twitter at @jcingari.

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