Deborah Boulac

CBS Sports, Producer

Deborah Boulac has been with CBS Sports for 23 years. She won multiple Emmy Awards and earned numerous nominations stemming from her work on some of the network’s most high-profile events including The NFL on CBS, The Masters, the PGA Championship, NCAA Football, and NCAA Basketball. In 2018, Boulac was elevated to producer and that same year became the first woman to produce an NFL game on network television in more than 20 years, when she produced the Houston Texans at Denver Broncos. On October 13, 2020 she became the first woman to produce a Prime-Time NFL game. To date, Boulac has worked 17 Masters, 18 PGA Championships, eight US Opens, six Super Bowls, two SEC Football Championships, and the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics. Since 1999, Boulac has also been a vital member of the team covering the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, having produced numerous vignettes and features including college basketball’s unofficial anthem “One Shining Moment.”

After a stand-out softball career at the University of Notre Dame, Boulac was selected to join the prestigious NBC Page Program, which led her to a full-time production associate position at NBC Sports. While at NBC Sports, she worked on the NFL on NBC including two Super Bowls, NBA, Wimbledon, US Open Golf, and the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics coverage.

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