Meghan O'Leary

Meghan O'Leary

In June 2008, I began my career with ESPN in Production before switching to Programming in the Fall 2009. As a Programming Coordinator, I work primarily in college sports, managing relationships with athletic conferences, the NCAA, and other media partners as well as scheduling the 24/7 ESPNU network. I attended the University of Virginia, earning a Bachelor's degree in Sociology and Religious Studies in 2007. As an undergraduate, I was a dual athlete, participating on the varsity volleyball and softball teams and then remained at UVa to earn my Master's degree while completing my softball eligibility. I come from a mix of Midwest and Southern upbringing from Oklahoma to Texas to Missouri and finally Baton Rouge, La. where my parents still reside. I have a twin brother, Jon in Washington, D.C. and older brother Bryan in Chicago. Outside of work I spend my time training and competing as an elite rower and Olympic hopeful and currently serve as the President for the newly revived University of Virginia Club of Hartford.
ESPN’s Meghan O’Leary starts full-time pursuit of her U.S. Olympic Rowing Team dreams
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ESPN’s Meghan O’Leary starts full-time pursuit of her U.S. Olympic Rowing Team dreams

Editor’s note: Meghan O’Leary, an ESPNU Programming Coordinator, is leaving ESPN to pursue her dream of making the U.S. National…
Balancing ESPN duties and training, O’Leary continues Olympic quest
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Balancing ESPN duties and training, O’Leary continues Olympic quest

Editor’s note: Meghan O’Leary, an ESPNU programming coordinator, continues to pursue her dream of being an Olympic athlete. A rib…
Sidelines: On a golden summer

Sidelines: On a golden summer

[nggallery id=44] Editor’s note: Programming Coordinator Meghan O’Leary already has her hands full with her ESPNU duties. But the former…
Rowing toward Olympic dreams

Rowing toward Olympic dreams

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ng0P0Oq8zls Editor’s note: Programming Coordinator Meghan O’Leary already has her hands full with her ESPNU duties. But the former University…
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