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Billed as “ESPN meets Sex & the City,” Jocks and Stiletto Jill is sports from a women’s view. Dedicated to covering all things sports and pop culture, Jill shares her colorful opinion and insight into the world of sports. Connecting the dots between off the field shenanigans and on court excellence.
About Stiletto Jill
Sports Culture Analyst Jill Munroe is an LA girl living in a sports world, with a background in marketing, PR, and business development. Jill’s resume includes stints at Nike, Sony Pictures Entertainment and Virgin Records.
Every Tuesday you can also catch Jill live interactive webseries, “The Break Room.”
Jill has been a frequent guest on ESPN Radio and WNOX. In addition to duties as host and blogger, Jill is a media partner of YardBarker and FoxSports.com
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