ESPN - ABC Media Bio

First and foremost, I am a reporter for ESPN and ABC. I cover the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as well as the NASCAR Nationwide series on a regular basis. I also cover the very well-known X Games and the IZOD IndyCar series on a partial schedule (including the biggest race in the world, the Indy 500) . I began my career with ESPN straight out of college. Motorsports has been my passion. My love for Motocross and Supercross is actually what landed me in television. For that I am forever grateful.

I graduated in 2001 from San Diego State University with a degree in Journalism. I was born in So. Lake Tahoe, CA and lived a portion of my life there as well as in Las Vegas. I still spend quite a bit of time in Las Vegas and currently call Charlotte, NC my second home.

Aside from covering motorsports, I also love hosting and emceeing live events. My motivation is bringing personal stories to the fans. It's what drives me on a daily basis. I love fashion, fitness and traveling. My dream job would be hosting a show like ABC's Dancing with the Stars. I hope to one-day branch into entertainment television, spreading my wings in the world of television.

WORK EXPERIENCE

ESPN - ABC 1998 ‚ - CURRENT - Pit Reporter: NASCAR Nationwide Series/ NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (2007-Current) - Pit Reporter: IndyCar Series/Indy 500 2004-Current - Reporter: Supercross and Motocross series 2003-2005 - The Fast Life, IRL Indy Car Series, host 5 shows 2004-2006 - Paintball Championships, Miami, FL November 2005 (8 week series) - Great Outdoor Games, Host 2005 - Outdoor National Motocross Series, Reporter (Summer, 2004 Season) - Great Outdoor Games, Co-Host 2004 - Tuesday Night Fight from Playboy Mansion (July, 2004) - World‚ Strongest Woman, analyst and reporter (Sept. 2004) - Great Outdoor Games, Reporter 2003 - EXPN 2Day, host, 3 shows per year (2003 ‚ - Current) - International Supercross from Holland and Switzerland (2002) - X-Games Summer and Winter, MotoX reporter (2002 ‚ - Current) - X-Games Winter, SnoX (Snowmobile racing) Reporter (2002 ‚ - Current) - Supercross Pre-Season Show (2001) - Vans Triple Crown of Freestyle Motocross (1999, 3 shows) - Motoworld, first female reporter on the show (1999) - Rock Crawling from New Mexico (1998) - Squash Tournament of Champions (1998)

NBC, 2000 - 2001 - Gravity Games, host/reporter, 12 shows total (2000, 2001) - Big Air Assault (2000)

SPEED CHANNEL, 2002 ‚- 2003 - Super Nationals Shifter Kart series (Nov. 2003) - X Karts championship (Aug. 2003) - APBA Offshore Boat Racing, reporter/host 24 shows (2002- 2003) - Live Television coverage of Daytona Supercross (2002)

TNN, 2002 - Slamball, sideline reporter, 6 shows (2002)

LIVE ANNOUNCER, 1999 ‚ - Current - Clear Channel Supercross ‚ 15 events nationwide, 60,000+ fans per event (2000- 2003) - Mini Moto SX from Las Vegas (2004 - 2006) - U.S. Open of Supercross (2000 ‚ - 2003) - Extreme Freestyle Challenge (1999)

SPECIAL GUEST SHOWS Iron Chef America, guest judge "Symon vs. Kaysen" Food Network 6/09

EDUCATION - B.A. Degree, Journalism - San Diego State University (Dec. 2001) - A.A. Degree, Liberal Arts ‚ Mesa College (May, 1999) - High School Diploma ‚ Green Valley High School (May, 1996)

EXTRACURRICULAR

VIDEO GAME - MX World Tour Featuring Jamie Little, available on X Box and Playstation 2005

MOUNTAIN BIKE RACER - Sport class competitor - 3 Norba National wins in 2003 - Sponsored by Oakley, Bell and Foes Fabrications mtn. Bikes

JOURNALIST - "In the Pits with Jamie Little" 2004-2006 - Mini Moto Magazine (beginning Summer 2004) - Editor at Large for Transworld Motocross magazine (2003) - Contributing writer for Racer X and Dirt Rider (2000 ‚ - 2003)

MOVIE APPEARANCES - "Fantastic Four" starring Jessica Alba, played myself in the X Games scene (out Summer, 2005) - "Supercross the Movie" starring Darryl Hannah, played myself in the post race scene (out Summer 2005)