If you can find what you love to do, and do it with all of your heart, you cannot fail. The joy of life lies in the journey.

Known for her dynamic ability to lead and motivate, Jennifer Azzi emulates the characteristics that have made her champion: hard work, confidence, resilience and the ability to make those around her better. With achievements ranging from seven hall of fame inductions, an Olympic Gold Medal, Stanford National Championship, Two World Championships, the Naismith Award, Wade Trophy, NCAA Silver Anniversary award, a successful WNBA career, and coaching the University of San Francisco women's basketball team to its first NCAA tournament appearance in 20 years, her achievements have firmly established her as one of the most accomplished figures in sports. Off the court, Jennifer is a well-regarded speaker, author and community supporter, and serves as an ambassador for the sport locally and internationally. Locally, through her very successful Azzi Camps, she teaches lessons both on and off the court. Through her role as an NBA Academies Global Director and Jr. NBA Ambassador, Azzi has traveled thousands of miles to countries such as Africa, Denmark, Australia, and Dubai. In addition, Azzi conducted the first-ever NBA clinic held at the White House, with President Obama. Most recently, her community involvement has been seen through the NBA Cares program, partnering with the Golden State Warriors and other notable Bay Area figures to open two Live, Learn and Play Zones in East Oakland to serve area youth. A highly-sought after public speaker and panelist best known for her dynamic talks on how to lead and motivate teams, Jennifer has addressed corporate, university and association audiences worldwide. Topics include: -Building a Championship Culture -The DNA of a Champion -Overcoming Obstacles and Handling Pressure -Cultivating Teamwork -Coaching the Millennial Generation -The Value of Vision -How to Lead with Love -Helping Your Team to Find the Courage to be their Best Upon her graduation from Stanford, Azzi embarked on a professional career that initially took her overseas, including successful stops abroad in Italy (1990-91), France (1991-93), and Sweden (1994-95). In the American portion of her professional career, Azzi was one of the founding members of the American Basketball League along with Warriors owner Joe Lacob. A three-time all-star, she played for the San Jose Lasers from 1996 to 1999. In 1996, she was named the March of Dimes Female Athlete of the Year, and received the Sport Image Award. Through her six seasons as Head Coach at the University of San Francisco, Azzi transformed the struggling women’s basketball program into a bona fide postseason contender. She led the Dons to their fourth NCAA tournament berth. In addition to her on-court success, Azzi’s program earned the NCAA’s prestigious APR award for outstanding academic success. Jennifer left USF as Head Coach in September of 2016, but remains a part of the USF community as Director of Special Initiatives.

Jennifer AzziWarriors TV to Feature Jennifer AzziCable network announces its coverage plans for first season in the Chase CenterBrandi ChastainClover Sonoma Turns To Female Sports FiguresTrue strength comes from within. That is the message Clover Sonoma wants to convey with the launch of their new “Strong Inside” campaign celebrating the inner strength of women.  Jennifer AzziGrowing the GameBasketball superstar Jennifer Azzi regularly speaks to audiences all over the world on how to lead and motivate teams.Jennifer AzziBuilding CultureAs part of Google Talks, Jennifer Azzi and Rick Welts share the lessons they've learned through professional sport, and their personal journeys in overcoming adversity, becoming successful leaders in challenging environments, and what it takes to beat the best.Jennifer AzziSpeaking OutJennifer Azzi notes "Steve Kerr is an incredible person with an acute awareness of his platform to speak up for those who might not have a voice."Jennifer AzziDeveloping the Total AthleteThe Jr. NBA World Championship's educational series for youth included pro basketball legends such as Jennifer Azzi discussing nutrition, rest and recovery, and injury recovery and prevention.Jennifer AzziBasketball without Borders Comes to IndiaAzzi helps open the newest NBA Academy in India with a clinic focused on the country's top female prospects from throughout country. Jennifer AzziNBA Academy Fuel Hoop DreamsAbout 20 girls from eight African nations pursue their hoop dreams at a training camp in Dakar as part of the NBA Academy initiative, Basketball Without Borders (BWB).Jennifer AzziNBA Academies Kick Off in MexicoThe NBA Academies Women’s Program kicked off in Mexico City, a series of development camps for top female prospects from outside the U.S.Jennifer AzziLife, Faith and Family"When you keep this wonderful part of yourself bottled up, you don’t get those experiences that make us."Jennifer AzziNBA Academies for Top Female PlayersESPN on how the NBA is expanding its international academies to include developmental camps for top female prospects, led by Jennifer Azzi and Blair Hardiek. Jennifer AzziWNBA in the Bay?The former San Jose Lasers player talks to the SF Chronicle about the importance of role models for young female basketball players Gold Medal LessonsFour Olympians give a master class in the leadership lessons they learned on the way to victory.Jennifer AzziHoliday Clinics are BackRegistration is now open for our Thanksgiving and Holiday Azzi Camp clinics