Lesley Visser is the most highly acclaimed female sportscaster of all time – the first woman enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame; the first woman sportscaster to carry the Olympic Torch; the only woman to have presented the Lombardi Championship Trophy at the Super Bowl; the first woman on ABC’S Monday Night Football; voted the No. 1 Female Sportscaster of All-Time by the American Sportscasters Association; voted to both the Sportscasters Hall of Fame and the Sportswriters Hall of Fame; the only person to win the Billie Jean King “Outstanding Journalist” Award; the only Sportscaster – male or female – to have worked on the Network broadcasts of the Super Bowl, Final Four, the NBA Finals, the Olympics, the Triple Crown, the US Open and the World Figure Skating Championships. She has been on the board of the Jimmy V Foundation for Cancer Research for more than 20 years. She mentors young women while speaking at conferences in the United States and around the world. Lesley, still with CBS Sports, is married to Bob Kanuth, a former captain of Harvard basketball, and they live in Bay Harbor Islands, Florida.