It’s now been almost six months on the job for new Dallas Mavericks Chief Executive Officer Cynt Marshall.
Proprietor Mark Cuban hired the former AT&T executive back in February after Sports Illustrated detailed allegations of sexual misconduct in the front office.
Marshall quickly launched a 100-day plan to change what the magazine reported was a hostile work environment for women.
Her plan focused on what Marshall saw as four immediate priorities: zero tolerance, a Mavs Women’s playbook, cultural transformation and operational effectiveness
Earlier this month, she and her team of 140 in the business office celebrated the completion of that plan. And, in an exclusive interview with NBC 5, Marshall talked the changes in the front office.
“I see something very different now when I walk in than when I walked into that office in late February. So, I’m just really fired up about that,” Marshall told NBC 5. “I believe we have truly established a work environment where people know what’s acceptable, what’s not, and where inappropriate behavior, retaliation, any kind of misconduct won’t be tolerated.”