Kim Williams learned teamwork
"Playing sports taught me the lesson that 'it's not about you.' And even if you think it's about you, or want it to be about you, for it to be about you effectively, it needs to be about other people," Kim Williams on what sports taught her.
Kim Williams is the chief operating officer at the NFL Network. She worked at General Electric and NBC before moving to the NFL in 2003. She took her current job in 2006.
Williams was a driving force in getting the Red Zone channel launched. For her work, she was named 2012 Woman in Sports and Events Woman of the Year in February.
I was an active kid ... involved in sports recreationally, formally in the community, formally in school, etc.," Williams said. "At various points in time I played organized softball, soccer, track, volleyball, basketball."