How Renee Montgomery Became the First Ex-Player to Co-Own a WNBA Team | The Blueprint After securing two WNBA championships, All-Star Renee Montgomery made a career-changing decision to opt-out of the 2020 season and devote her focus to social justice reform. When LeBron James expressed interest in assembling an ownership group for the Atlanta Dream, it ignited an unexpected dream in Renee: to be a WNBA owner and make history.

There are more ways than ever to “make it” these days, and like snowflakes, no two journeys are identical. On “Blueprint,” a diverse range of influential people reveal the lessons they learned on their paths to success—direct to camera with no filter. From the origin stories of Lyrical Lemonade founder Cole Bennett and TV mogul Mona Scott-Young to the career pivot of rapper-turned-exec Lil Bibby, learn how small victories can add up to big wins. Also featured in the series: unconventional advice from Twitch’s most popular streamer Hasan Piker and words of wisdom from Netflix CMO Bozoma Saint John. These are their blueprints—it’s up to you to create yours.

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