Renee Danielle Montgomery, a former professional basketball player from the United States, is a sportscaster, activist, and part-owner of the Atlanta Dream. Renee Montgomery is also one of the three owners of the FCF Beasts indoor football team.
What team does Renee Montgomery own?
Renee Montgomery owns the dreams. After external pressure forced Kelly Loeffler, a former Republican US Senator from Georgia and former franchise owner, to sell her stake, Montgomery joined the Dream as a co-owner and vice president. The 36-year-old Montgomery is the first former WNBA player to hold the positions of owner and executive in the league.
Alexis Hornbuckle, a fellow future WNBA player, and Montgomery were teammates in high school at South Charleston High School, where Montgomery captained the team each year of her high school career.
For the second time in a row, Montgomery was chosen for the All-Big East First Team.
The Minnesota Lynx took Montgomery with the fourth overall pick in the 2009 WNBA draft.