WATCH: Allison Feaster is a role model in the Boston Celtics front office

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Long before she ever made the move to the front office, Allison Feaster was such a dedicated, inquisitive and driven individual, she ended up becoming a role model to others around her. Eschewing offers from other schools, she chose to attend Harvard, setting too many Ivy League records to list while becoming first athlete in any sport to be honored as Ivy League Player of the Year three times consecutively.

She would go on to have a 10-year career in the WNBA, and played eight more seasons overseas before making the move to the executive side of the sport, first with the G League, and then with the Boston Celtics in 2020.

When Boston hired Feaster to be their Director of Player Development for the team, they hired a true leader who has since become a role model to many others within the organization.

Celtics Senior Coordinator of Community Engagement Kash Cannon spoke to why Allison is so important to her, and Allison reacts to her comments in this video.

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