As a basketball player on the Vanderbilt University women's basketball team, Chantelle Anderson made a name for herself as the school's all-time leading scorer (and has her jersey retired on the rafters at the university, as well). She was drafted second overall in the 2003 WNBA draft and played for the Sacramento Monarchs, among other women's basketball teams both in the USA and Europe. She now resides in Blacksburg as an assistant coach for Virginia Tech's women's basketball team. She has built a reputation for engaging others in a "professionally personal way," as she says.
Through Call Me Miss, a lifestyle site with advice from women that have been there, done that, she aims to help women going through high school and college to find the confidence to call themselves smart and successful ladies.
Her TEDxVirginiaTech talk will be on Understanding of Self
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