Dallas Wings’ center Imani McGee-Stafford has signed with Distinction Agency for marketing purposes. The 6-foot-7 McGee-Stafford, recently announced her decision to step away from the WNBA for the next two seasons to pursue a law degree from Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles. She is currently on the team’s suspended list.
In 2016, McGee-Stafford was selected No. 10 in the draft. After stints with the Chicago Sky and Atlanta Dream she was traded to the Dallas Wings.
“We are going to work with Imani to build out a brand portfolio of marketing partnerships, as well as help her progress in her modeling and public speaking career. She is a dynamic athlete that stepped away from the game in her prime to pursue a law degree. She is passionate about important topics like mental health and social justice. We will work with her to amplify those messages through partnerships with the right brands and in the media,” Distinction Agency CEO Alex Onaindia said in a statement.
Distinction has also signed a couple of Olympians, Volleyball player Kelsey Robinson and Figure Skater Karen Chen.