We Know What it Takes

We believe that individuals and brands can use their platforms to create lasting legacies and create a better world. At BJK Enterprises, our mission is to help others reach their full potential and achieve their goals by giving them the tools and resources they need to make it happen.

Billie Jean King’s Legacy

Winning means more than trophies: it means fighting for others and using your platform to be a tireless advocate for equality. That’s Billie Jean’s legacy. That’s what we are building.

Our team works with brands and organizations to support Billie Jean’s legacy. Through her partnerships, endorsements, licensing, media engagements, and public appearances, we promote Billie Jean’s mission.

Partnering with brands and organizations that share her values is how Billie Jean King brings her message to the next generation. And it’s how brands can demonstrate true commitment to positive social change.

Partner with Billie Jean King


Representation Matters

We know that representation matters. We believe that pressure is a privilege. We know there are stories to be told that inspire, educate, and change the conversation. 

We’re making sure those unheard stories get told.

Through our production company, Pressure is a Privilege Productions, we are telling the stories of game changers who are contributing to society in unique ways. We are using different forms of storytelling, including documentary films, theatrical plays, and published books, to contribute to and elevate conversations on topics that are important to our founder. By doing this, we can shift the narrative around the topics and create space for sustainable progress.

It is our privilege to share these stories with the world.

Talent Representation

BJK Enterprises is dedicated to the success of athletes and professionals on and off the playing field. We provide comprehensive representation for athletes and individuals, helping them navigate their professional careers and providing them with opportunities to succeed. 

We help our clients reach their goals by securing and managing impactful partnerships and brand endorsements.

Work With Our Clients

Kgothatso Montjane

“KG” is two-time 2023 Grand Slam Wheelchair Women’s Doubles Champion (US Open and Roland Garros) and a world top 10 wheelchair tennis player competing on the International Tennis Federation Wheelchair Tour. The first South African to play in a wheelchair tennis Grand Slam tournament, she is also a Wimbledon singles and doubles finalist and has been the number one ranked player in Africa for 15 years straight.

Kendall Coyne Schofield

Known as the “fastest woman in hockey,” Kendall is the Captain of the U.S. Women’s National Hockey Team, an Olympic Gold and Silver Medalist and winner of 23 medals in international competition; She is the first female development coach for the Chicago Blackhawks, a broadcaster, philanthropist, best-selling author and a 2023 inductee into the Northeastern University Athletics Hall of Fame. Kendall recently became one of the first free agents signed by the Minnesota team of the groundbreaking Professional Women’s Hockey League.

Catherine Whitaker

Anchor of Amazon Prime Video’s tennis coverage, Catherine is an expert in tennis, soccer, Olympic sports (summer and winter), cricket, golf, F1 and is a powerful new voice in the quest for gender equality in sport. She has presented for Eurosport and BBC Sport and is the co-host of The Tennis Podcast.

David Law

Law is an experienced sports broadcaster, podcast host and public speaker. He has commentated on tennis for BBC Radio 5 Live since 2002 and later for BT Sport and Amazon Prime Video. He has covered more than 50 Grand Slam tennis tournaments for BBC Radio 5 Live and has co-presented The Tennis Podcast since its launch in 2012.

The Tennis Podcast

Hosted by Catherine Whitaker, David Law and Matt Roberts, The Tennis Podcast, named the Best Sports Podcast at the 2023 British Podcast Awards and one of the 10 Best Podcasts of 2022 by TIME Magazine, is ranked #1 in the US, UK, Canada & Australia. Downloaded more than 20 million times since its launch in 2012, The New York Times calls it “the conscience of the game and how the sport communicates with itself.”