The National Women’s Soccer League has a brand new commissioner. The league on Wednesday announced the hiring of Jessica Berman as its new leader on “CBS Mornings.” Berman will oversee league operations and serve her four-year term as commissioner beginning April 20.

Berman joins the NWSL after two-plus years serving as deputy commissioner and executive vice president of business affairs at the National Lacrosse League. Prior to her time with the NLL, she spent 13 years with the National Hockey League, first serving as vice president and deputy general counsel before becoming vice president of community development, culture and growth and executive director of the NHL Foundation. Read More