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Key Points
  • Lauren Jackson was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in 2015.
  • Women’s Health, Support Women in Sport: Leadership Legends Award (2012).
  • Played in four Olympic Games, winning three silver medals and one bronze medal; Australian Olympic Team Flag Bearer for the 2012; London Opening Ceremony; Named the Australian International Player of the year (1999, 2000 and 2002); Played in four Senior World Championships, winning one gold medal and two bronze medals; 
  • Won two championships with the Seattle Storm; Named in the WNBA All Decade team (2006); Named in the All-WNBA First Team seven times and the All-WNBA Second Team once; Named in the All-Defensive First Team twice and the All-Defensive second team three times; Named in the WNBA Top 15 team (2011); Seven-time WNBA All-Star; Three-time WNBA MVP; WNBA Finals MVP (2010); WNBA Rebounding Champion (2007); Named WNBA Peak Performer three times; Four-time WNBL MVP; Five-time WNBL All Star
    Four-time WNBL Grand Final MVP; Inducted into the AIS’s ’25 Best of the Best’ program (2006).
  • In 2011 the Albury Sports Stadium was renamed the Lauren Jackson Sports Centre; Named in ESPNs’ Most Dominant 20 Athletes in the last 20 years.
  • 2018 International Olympic Committee Women in Sport Award for Oceania.
  • Authored first autobiography Lauren Jackson My Story, 2018.
  • Appointed Ambassador for the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022 in Sydney Australia.
  • Inducted into the class of 2021 of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts, USA, becoming the first Australian Player to achieve this highest of honours.
  • Driving gender equality in sport
  • Leadership 
  • Strategic focus
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Strategic planning
  • Collaboration and consulting
  • Research and marketing
  • Sport
  • Basketball

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