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Ebb & Flow | Cari Champion | TEDxUCLAWomen


The ability to bounce back from rejection and see the bigger picture of life.

Cari Champion is the host of ESPN2’s First Take, where she shares the debate table with featured commentators Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith and moderates the debate topics while offering her perspective and insight. Prior to joining ESPN, Champion was an anchor and courtside reporter at the Tennis Channel. Additionally, she served as an entertainment/lifestyle reporter doing features for The Insider, Hollywood 411 and Starz Entertainment. Champion graduated from UCLA with a bachelor’s degree in English.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Ebb & Flow | Cari Champion | TEDxUCLAWomen

12 Responses to “Ebb & Flow | Cari Champion | TEDxUCLAWomen”

  1. Adam Shaiken says:

    You are fortunate to be free from the telemarketing for small sponsorship
    advertising as it is immoral and should be illegal…especially if it was
    for magazines like “The Veterans Report”,”The Fireman’s Report” or”The
    Sheriff’s Report” etc..

  2. Carlos Bergamo says:

    Gorgeous woman and nice talk. 

  3. MartitaBlackCat99 says:

    That was exactly what i needed to hear so thank you very much for sharing
    your voice! 

  4. Bassfinder68 says:

    Is she married?

  5. Joe blow says:

    i’d tap that

  6. Sarah Cartledge says:

    Man does Ted talk and people comment on his Ted talk.
    Woman has Ted talk and people comment on her appearance and whether or not
    they would fuck her. 

  7. Maxim Golovlev says:

    it is not so complecated for woman with such appeareance to find a job

  8. haile 89 says:

    Nice video. When you see a successful person you only see the success, you
    would never think about the hurdles that came with it. Everyone has their
    own battles.

  9. mrjimi says:

    First Take is a garbage show, but it’s because of the two idiots named Skip
    Bayless and Stephen A. Smith. Cari deserved a medal for working with those
    two stooges. 

  10. DL23KMT says:

    I can’t no African woman seriously if she can’t wear her own hair.

  11. majsatillul says:

    I love when i see a woman i can look up to. In my part of the world it
    doesn’t happen very often.

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