2017 #WeAreWomen Honorable Mentions

  LINDSAY AMSTUTZ

Lindsay Amstutz currently serves as Assistant General Manager for the three FOX Sports regional networks in Southern California, and as Vice President of Marketing, overseeing marketing efforts across the FOX family of twenty-two regional sports networks. In her capacity as Assistant General Manager, she helps run day-to-day operations for FOX Sports West, Prime Ticket, and FOX Sports San Diego. With respect to marketing, Lindsay directs campaigns for on-air, off-channel, and promotional strategies for the FOX Sports GO app and RSN social media platforms.

Lindsay was previously Director of Marketing & On-Air Presentation for FOX Sports West & Prime Ticket, where she oversaw on-channel and off-channel marketing efforts, and worked closely to support the network’s team and ad sales partners.

Previously, Lindsay served as Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer of the Los Angeles Sparks, where she was responsible for developing and implementing innovative sales and fan development initiatives as well as recruiting corporate, media and community partners. Lindsay joined the Sparks after working closely with the team during her two years with the Team Marketing & Business Operations group of the National Basketball Association. While at the NBA, Lindsay served as Director, WNBA Team Business Development, where she consulted and advised teams on advancing all aspects of the business.

Prior to the NBA, she was a sports and entertainment transactional associate for O’Melveny & Myers LLP. She has worked in the athletic marketing departments for both Santa Clara and Stanford University, including as a manager for the Stanford Women’s Basketball team, and interned for the NCAA, and USOC during law school.

Lindsay helps lead the “Women of FOX Sports” initiative, and is active in Women in Sports and Events (WISE). She is also the founder of Get in the Game: Sports for Women, a non-profit focused on encouraging physical activity, networking, and charitable giving among professional women.

Lindsay earned a B.A. in Political Science with a minor in Economics, and a master’s degree in Communication from Stanford University. She received her law degree from Georgetown University Law Center. Lindsay currently resides in Pasadena, Calif with her husband and son.


DELILAH LANOIX
Delilah Lanoix is co-owner and president of SMS Transportation Services, Inc., established in 1999. The company provides numerous mobility solutions and services to persons and entities that require alternative transportation services. In addition, the company is one of California’s largest providers of special needs transportation to persons with both developmental and physical disabilities. The company has contracts with both public and private entities. As an entrepreneur, she is also involved with the development and execution of other successful business endeavors including transportation, development consulting and construction. Significantly, she is a co-founder of ButterFli Technologies, an on-demand transportation application (app) for the elderly and persons with disabilities and anyone with special needs. ButterFLi will provide a real-time or scheduled transportation option for persons who are challenged with mobility options that affect the quality of their daily lives.

Prior to SMS, Delilah worked with businesses crafting and developing strategic initiatives to improve overall operations. She has worked with many local elected officials in various areas and is an active participant with several community organizations that promote and support education, training and job growth.

In January 2016, she was appointed to the city of Glendale’s Building and Fire Board of Appeals that decide appeals of orders, decisions and determinations made by the Building Official, the Fire Marshal or both, relative to the application and interpretation of the Glendale Building & Safety Code.

Philanthropy and community service is an important part of her endeavors. Currently, she is a board member with the LA Downtown YWCA and is also on the advisory board of Brotherhood Crusade, an organization that provides programs and services to the youth of underserved communities. Previously, she was a founding member of MLK, Jr. General Hospital foundation responsible for raising private funds to provide additional services to the hospital and the community. She is proud and humbled to have received the Greater Los Angeles YWCA’s Phenomenal Woman Corporate Award in 2016.

She is married and resides in La Canada Flintridge, CA with her husband and business partner, John W. Harris, who is a practicing attorney.