Jenn Brown is a two-time Emmy Award winning sports broadcaster and TV personality. A former Division I Collegiate Athlete for the University of Florida, in the past you’ve seen her on the sidelines of the biggest college football and baseball games for ESPN. Jenn was also the first ever female correspondent for Inside the NFL. She also spent eight years as a reporter and host for ESPN and also sidelined the smash-hit show American Ninja Warrior. Now Jenn can be seen covering Mixed Martial Arts as a host and reporter for Bellator and Spike TV.
Prior to Spike, Jenn spent 3 years working a studio host for the UFC as well as a studio host and reporter for the NFL Network. Prior to working with NFL Network, Brown spent 8 years as a reporter and host for ESPN. She spent 3 years reporting from the college football sidelines on ESPN’s Thursday Night Primetime Game along with ABC and ESPN’s Saturday Noon Package. She also served as a reporter for the College World Series, Little League World Series, Summer and Winter X Games, NFL Draft, National Signing Day and the ESPYS. Jenn was a Los Angeles based Bureau reporter for ESPN contributing interviews and reports for ESPN’s news-gathering operation for SportsCenter, College GameDay and College Football Live. She also co-hosted ESPNU’s popular college football show RoadTrip which covered the biggest college football and basketball rivalry games throughout the year.
Jenn attended the University of Florida on a full academic scholarship and played four years on the Florida Gator softball team. Making the team as a freshman walk-on and winding up its senior captain, she finished her senior year 3rd on the all-time career stolen bases list.
In addition to serving on the board of KIDS in the GAME, Jenn is involved with other notable causes. She has an active presence in The Carrie Brown Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by Jenn’s family in memory of her younger sister, Carrie. The foundation was created to continue Carrie’s spirit of giving, with all proceeds going towards less fortunate children through scholarships and grants.