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Key Points for Lauren Jackson AO OLY
- 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.
Topics for Lauren Jackson AO OLY
- Driving gender equality in sport
- Strategic focus
- Stakeholder engagement
- Strategic planning
- Collaboration and consulting
- Research and marketing
Testimonials for Lauren Jackson AO OLY
Entertaining and professional.