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2008 - Ambassador, Tribeca ESPN Sports Film Festival
2008 - Featured in "25 Years of Non-Uniform Thinking" for Kenneth Cole
2007 - Named to Board of Annual Review of High Performance Coaching and Consulting
2007 - Lead Actress, Into The Woods (Jennifer Elster, Independent)
2007 - President of the Women's Sports Foundation, (2007-09 term)
2006 - Founding Trustee of National Sports Museum, opening 2008. (Hank Aaron, Bob Cousy, Janet Evans, Rod Gilbert, Boomer Esaison34m~@)
2006 - Lead Actress, Quid Pro Quo, (Carlos Brooks, HDNet Films Mark Cuban/Todd Wagner)
2006 - Actress, World Trade Center (Oliver Stone, Paramount)
2006 - Actress, Marvelous (SÃ-ofra Campbell, Independent)
2005 - Named to Board of Trustees, Women's Sports Foundation by Billie Jean King
2005 - Selected for book of "Fashion Icons" by Rizzoli Press
2004 - NCAA Hall of Fame Honoree
2004 - Pirelli Calendar by Nick Knight
2004 - Named to the United States Track and Field Hall of Fame, New York, NY
2003 - Collaborated on Sir Elton John's Lifeball for HIV/AIDS research
2003 - Named to Rolling Stone Magazine's annual "Hot List"
2003 - Lead actress in Agatha Christie's Poirot drama series (A&E/Granada), starring opposite David Suchet, Toby Stephens, Aidan Gillen
2003 - Star of acclaimed contemporary artist Matthew Barney's film entitled "Cremaster 3" presented by the Guggenheim Museum and Palm Pictures
2001 - Included in Smithsonian Museum presentation of "Gameface: What Does A Female Athlete Look Like?"
2001 - Named as one of Sports Illustrated's "Coolest Girls In Sports"
2001 - Named to Board of Trustees, Vice President, for non-profit organization "Just One Break" (JOB), founded by Eleanor Roosevelt, Orin Lehman, Adm.
Howard Rusk, and Bernard
2000 - Received honorary PhD, Doctor of Humane Letters, from St. John Fisher College
2000 - Included in permanent exhibit of The Women's Museum (Dallas, TX) as one of the "Greatest American Women of the 20th Century"
2000 - Named to Advisory Board for Oxygen-Markle Pulse by Ms. Geraldine Laybourne (CEO, Oxygen Media) and Ms. Zoe Baird (President, Markle
2000 - Named one of the "Top 100 Irish-Americans" by Irish-America Magazine (1999, 1998 also)
1999 - Named one of "The 50 Most Beautiful People in the World" by People Magazine
1999 - Contributing writer to Harper's Bazaar Magazine, US and 12 international editions
1999 - Named one "The Year's 10 Gutsiest Women" by Jane Magazine
1999 - featured speaker at International Design Conference, Sydney, Australia
1998 - Presented with the Tiffany & Co. "Shining Star" Award for raising social awareness of diversity issues
1998 - Collaborated on award-winning interactive design project with San Diego Children's Museum to promote non-traditional thinking
1998 - featured speaker at International Design Conference, Aspen, CO
1998 - invited to speak at "TED" and "TEDMED" conferences (other speakers included Bill Bradley, Oliver Stone, Rev. Billy Graham)
1998 - Special Achievement Award, National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation
1998 - "ESPY" Finalist, Arthur Ashe Award, ESPN Awards Show
1998 - Featured in Esquire Magazine's "Women We Love" issue
1997 - "Woman of Distinction" Award Recipient, National Association of Women in Education
1997 - "Disabled Female Athlete of the Year," USA Track and Field
1997 - "Top 40 Under 40" list, Irish-Echo Magazine
1997 - Finalist for "ARETE" Awards, ESPN
1997 - Named to Disabled Sports, USA Advisory Council
1997 - Nominated to President's Council on Physical Fitness by U.S. Senator Max Cleland
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