Jillian Derscheid

Jillian Derscheid

I’m a northwest girl gone northeast, moving from Seattle three years ago to join ESPN Communications in Bristol, CT. Employee communications and engagement is my life, spotlighting the people, programs, and culture that make ESPN great. And having a TV at my desk so I can watch sports all day? That’s living the dream. (#ESPNing) While I’ll never understand east coast coffee preferences, I’ve fallen in love with east coast beers and enjoy checking out new breweries and sharing suds with my pals.
“. . . It’s critical to share your experiences and let them know there’s no direct path to your goal. “
Anchors

“. . . It’s critical to share your experiences and let them know there’s no direct path to your goal. “

As ESPN observes Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, SportsCenter anchor Kevin Negandhi reflects on his ESPN start, advice…
“It means the reflection and celebration of a rich history and culture”
ESPN Careers

“It means the reflection and celebration of a rich history and culture”

VP & Assistant Chief Counsel,Rosetta Ellis-Pilie, on her proudest ESPN moment, Black History Month and how she scored an A+…
“Diverse opinions are so important.”
Who Does That?

“Diverse opinions are so important.”

ESPN's Miranda Thorpe on listening, leadership, Robin Roberts' mentorship and Black History Month
“Success is only as strong as those who help you attain it.”
ESPN Films

“Success is only as strong as those who help you attain it.”

ESPN Films producer Marquis Daisy on working in a collaborative environment, learning from Spike Lee and celebrating Black History Month.
Journalism Showcase: Ringing Endorsements for Super Bowl Bling
Journalism Showcase

Journalism Showcase: Ringing Endorsements for Super Bowl Bling

Through spectacular photography and memorable anecdotes, Super Bowl rings get the royal treatment on ESPN.com. Two leaders on the project…
Father’s Day a regular occurrence at ESPN for the Wulfs
Working @ ESPN

Father’s Day a regular occurrence at ESPN for the Wulfs

Writer and editor Steve Wulf and his daughter Eve, an ESPN Films production assistant, continue to bond through sports.
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