Stanford history major became a sports broadcaster 

Aaron Levine

Aaron Levine is the Sports Director at Q13 Fox and the host of Seahawks Gameday, Seahawks Saturday Night and Q It Up Sports. He’s been in Seattle since 2007. 

He was thrown into the national spotlight in 2004 on an ESPN reality show, “Dream Job,” in which contestants competed for an on-air position as a SportsCenter anchor. Aaron was the national runner-up on that show, and settled for his first job as a sports anchor in Bakersfield, California.

He’s a graduate of Stanford University where he was the voice of the Stanford women’s volleyball team from 2001-2003. 

Throughout his career, Aaron has a number of memorable moments, from career hurdles, to embarrassing himself in front of coaches and viewers. While he is a five-time regional Emmy winner, he has a number of untold stories and behind-the-scenes insight that a sports-minded audience would enjoy. 

Recent client comments:

Aaron is a great speaker! Our group enjoyed his humor and his inside knowledge regarding Seattle sports teams. He also provided insight on the new hockey arena, which was interesting for our members. 

He received a lot of questions from our group, which is quite unusual and was proof how much they enjoyed his presentation. He mingled really well with our guests at the start of the event, and stayed after to talk with individuals.

Robin Cowper, CAE
Director of Operations
MCA of Western Washington