Black women can do anything. They can ease the bruise of a painful election night. They can dazzle us on red carpets before they win awards. They can take on Silicon Valley while pregnant. They can fight injustice with a passion that’s unmatched. Every single time a Black woman makes a move, we celebrate.
Today we celebrate Terri Hines.
Fox Sports hired the executive as the Executive Vice President of Communications.
Hines will be responsible for leading communications across Fox Sports’ multi-platform portfolio, including the sports television arm of Fox Broadcasting Company, FS1, FS2, and its 22 regional sports networks. She will also have oversight of comms for Fox Sports Digital, Fox Deportes, and joint ventures with other entities, the company said in a statement.
A savvy, creative, vision-driven executive, Hines has over 20 years of professional experience in brand marketing, global communications, fashion, sports, entertainment, strategic partnerships, and corporate responsibility for world class brands.
She will join the company from Converse, where she served as Global Comms Vice President since October 2010. She’s served as the Director of Communications for the Jordan Brand, within various roles in marketing and corporate communications at Nissan, and was named one of 2014’s Top Influential Women in Corporate America.
The alumni of FAMU will begin her new role on December 5.