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Atlanta Women In Sports Luncheon & Sports Panel

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Porsche Experience Center Atlanta

One Porsche Dr

Atlanta, GA 30354

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Thursday, January 31, 2019

Porsche Experience Center Atlanta

One Porsche Dr, Atlanta, GA 30354

Registration/ Morning Coffee / Tea 9:30AM – 10:30AM

Book Signing

Welcome and Introduction 11:00AM – 11:30AM

Host By Rashan Ali

Women In Sports Panel Discussion Luncheon 11:30AM-1:00PM

Moderator: Nicole Watson

Panelist: Pam Oliver, Jen Welter, Mariana Whitehurst & Anucha Browne

Women In Sports Forum serves as the leading forum for bringing business women who are blazing trails and redefining the position of “sports executive and athletes” with their contributions in the sports industry as professional of sports through global advocacy for women in sports.

Collegiate Women In Sports Panel 1:30PM-2:30PM

Moderator: Jacyln Sklaver

Panelist: Dr.Trisha VanDusseldorp, Lilian Abdelmalek, Dinika Johnson, & Patrina King

Collegiate Women In Sports panel is an educational and interactive discussion for collegiate students athletes successes and challenges in college sports and discussion about the broad field of sports careers, led by a distinguished panels of professionals who currently hold positions throughout the sports industries.

LGBTQ Inclusion In Sports Panel 2:45PM – 3:45PM

Moderator: Park Cannon

Panelist: Amazin Le Thi, Simone Edwards & Angle McCoughtry

To explore the public’s beliefs about athletes and sports teams that support LGBTQ issues; because on the playing field, people are judged based on their skills, talents, and contributions—not their identities.

Event Benefactors:

Atlanta Women In Sports (AWIS) supports and partners with organizations using sports as the vehicle to shepherd and address education, community service, diversity, and teamwork. We are proud to have Athlete Ally, 40 Girls & Some Shoes and Amazin LeThi Foundation as our non-profit partners.
We need your assistance to continue to support programs highlighting these organizations.

ATHLETE ALLEY ORGANIZATION

Sports remains one of the greatest socialization mechanisms in the world — it communicates values without relying on any one language, and its most successful participants are known and respected globally. And yet, an entire community of people remain systematically excluded from sport.

Athlete Ally believes that everyone should have equal access, opportunity, and experience in sports — regardless of your sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. Our mission is to end the rampant homophobia and transphobia in sport and to activate the athletic community to exercise their leadership to champion LGBTQ equality https://www.athleteally.org/

40 GIRLS AND SOME SHOES
is a Georgia based charity outreach program servicing the homeless and impoverished citizens of the City of Atlanta and its surrounding communities.40 Girls and Some Shoes has provided 10,000 pairs of free shoes to these underserved groups since its inception. This has been accomplished through a number of shoe drives and an annual charity event which brings together leaders of the city, other organizations aimed at serving the homeless community, and individuals who want to do their part to support this great cause. http://40girlsandsomeshoes.org

AMAZIN LE THI FOUNDATION (ALF) is a 501c3 US tax-exempt for purpose international organization Our mission is to empower LGBTQ youth and those affected by HIV/AIDS through a range of educational, sporting, leadership and mentoring programmes and to campaign against discrimination. We are a #VoiceWithAction for the advancement of equality. Our vision is a world where there is equality for all and where LGBTQ youth and those affected by HIV/AIDS can achieve their full potential. http://www.amazinlethifoundation.org/

youthSpark is an innovator in transforming the lives of youth at risk for exploitation and abuse, and a thought-leader in reducing child exploitation and sex trafficking rates in Georgia and across the country. We were founded in 2000 as an independent 501(c)3 when juvenile court judges, elected officials, and concerned friends in Atlanta envisioned an independent nonprofit organization with a concentrated focus on vulnerable children and families affected by the court



Contact Jaclyn Sklaver at awis@sportsunlimitedenterprise.com and Tele: 212-960-8604

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