Black History Month Honoree: Martina Ballen


When she was a student at Carolina, Martina Ballen would spend Saturdays in the fall in the old Kenan Stadium field house. As a 'Sweet Caroline,' she helped in the recruiting of football players like . In 1987, Ballen walked back into the Kenan field house. Only this time, she stepped into her new office as the chief financial officer for Carolina Athletics. (GoHeels.com)

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