Donna Orender is a powerhouse executive whose innovative leadership shaped some of the most recognizable brands in the sports industry. Orender is the former president of the WNBA, a PGA TOUR Senior Executive, and the founder of Generation W, the Jacksonville-based organization dedicated to encouraging women to follow their dreams. She offers a motivational pep talk for never backing down on your goals.
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