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Maureen Murray Quinn

Maureen Murray Quinn has been tapped exec director of the Espy Awards.

Quinn comes to ESPN with 12 years of sports and television experience, most recently with the Trump Organization. She will head ESPN’s new full-time Espy team, which has also been augmented by the additions of Maura Mandt as director, event and program development and Rachel Mack as director of marketing.

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