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When Cynthia “Cynt” Marshall became the Dallas Mavericks CEO, she saw turning around the scandal-plagued NBA team as a way to stop yelling at the TV and put her “Me Too” concerns into action.
“Here was the opportunity to finally actually truly make a difference,” she said Thursday as she reflected on accepting the job.
Nearly two years into the role, the 60-year-old executive preached the importance of embracing diversity and inclusion to a ballroom of many of the Dallas area’s top business leaders.