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Gillian Zucker, President of Los Angeles Clippers. One-on-one Interview by Kristina Pink

Gillian Zucker

Gillian Zucker is in her fifth season as President of Business Operations of the L.A. Clippers. She is the only female team president in the NBA and oversees the league’s largest female leadership team. Her focus is creating a culture of constant improvement and a fan-first philosophy with innovative strategic discipline to support team efforts around operating as an elite championship franchise. 

 At the Clippers, her accomplishments include launching the revolutionary Clippers CourtVision digital viewing experience, transforming the in-arena entertainment, launching the Clippers’ G-League team and leading the development of the Clippers’ global partnership with connections app Bumble, which supports and promotes gender equality. 

 Zucker has more than 25 years of experience in the sports industry. She previously spent 16 years in motorsports, nine as the President of Auto Club Speedway, the largest race track on the West Coast. She was named one of the top five most powerful women in motorsports by MSN and FOX. 

 Zucker has been honored as a Wonder Woman changing L.A. by Los Angeles Magazine,as the Enterprise Executive of the Year by the Los Angeles Business Journaland as a Visionary in Sports and Entertainment by CSQ Magazine.

Kristina Pink

Kristina Pink in 2018-19 returned for her seventh season as a sideline reporter for Clippers broadcasts on Prime Ticket. Pink joined the FOX family in 2012 serving as both a sideline reporter for L.A. Clippers telecasts on Prime Ticket and as an NFL on FOX sideline reporter, as well as host/reporter for FOX Sports 1. Pink also joins the FOX Sports on Thursday Night Football broadcast team as a sideline reporter.

 Prior to joining FOX, Pink worked as a sports reporter for WTVJ-TV, an NBC affiliate in Miami, FL, as well as WGNO-TV, an ABC affiliate out of New Orleans, LA.

 Pink began her broadcasting career during her college years at the University of Florida, providing Florida athletics feature stories on campus. Additionally, Pink contributed as a sportscaster for the University’s television station, WUFT, as well as its college radio station, WRUF-AM 850.

 Pink graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in telecommunications.