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Michelle Brooke-Marciniak        

Former WNBA Player, LBGT Advocate, Alzheimer's Advocate, Entrepreneur

Michelle Brooke-Marciniak is a former All-American collegiate and professional basketball player who played point guard in the Women's National Basketball Association. As a floor general, Brooke-Marciniak competed for two National Championships during her three-year career at the University of Tennessee. Michelle led the Tennessee Lady Vols to their 4th National Championship and was named MVP in the 1996 Final Four held in Charlotte, North Carolina. She was most recently the recruiting coordinator/assistant coach of the women's basketball team at the University of South Carolina from 2003-2008. Brooke-Marciniak was responsible for two back to back top recruiting classes, rated #18 in 2007 and #7 in 2008, the highest ranked class ever recruited at South Carolina. She is also an occasional color analyst for WNBA and National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) basketball games on ESPN Radio and other media outlets.

Brooke-Marciniak is currently the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of SHEEX, Inc. in Marlton, New Jersey, a performance fabric bedding company.


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Get a finance person by your side because you absolutely need to know your numbers.”– Michelle Marciniak, Co-Founder of SHEEX, 2012 EY Winning Women.

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