PAMELA MCGEE

Pamela McGee is a member of and Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors of Right Beginnings, Inc. Pamela McGee is a National Secretary and a member of the Board of Directors of Mothers of Professional Basketball Players, Inc. (www.mpbp.org). This Hall of Famer, Olympic Gold Medalist, mother, Chaplin and powerful orator, is the only female in women's basketball history who has won at every level. After being recognized as the number one high school player in the country, she went on to win back to back national championships at the University of Southern California.

 

After college, she participated in the Pan-American Games World Championships and the 1984 Olympics, where she brought home gold medals for the United States national team in each event. She went on to play in the WNBA for the Sacramento Monarchs and the Los Angeles Sparks after playing professional basketball throughout Europe. She made history by becoming the first WNBA mother to have her son (JaVale) drafted in the NBA. Among Ms. McGee's many accomplishments was her election to the School Board in Flint, Michigan. Pamela is a breast cancer survivor. She is a business manager and television and radio producer. Her latest project aired on the Oprah Winfrey Network where she created her own reality show, "Mom's Got Game".

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