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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The Bucks teamed up with Milwaukee-based Nō Studios to host a discussion about women in sports management.
One of Tuesday's featured speakers was author and former tennis pro, Katrina Adams.
After retiring from the court, Adams says she wanted to give back to the U.S. Tennis Association.
"When I wanted to go back to the board, I had to go in with all the other business people around the country who wanted to be on that board," said Adams. "And I was like, there's no way I'm going to get back on that board. Well, I got back on the board. Then I realized, wow, they must think I add value on this table. This is good stuff. They're actually listening to me. This is great stuff."
The Bucks executive vice president of business operations, Raven Jamison, and sideline reporter Zora Stephenson, also had words of wisdom to share with their live audience and web stream.
A Bucks representative says the team hopes to host more events like this in the future.