Justine Siegal
Baseball For All
Justine is an espnW Everyday Hero (2013) and the first woman to coach men’s professional baseball and to throw batting practice to a Major League Baseball team. She is the Founder of Baseball For All, a nonprofit that provides opportunities for girls in baseball. She has been featured in thousands of media outlets including: The New York Times, Oprah Magazine, NPR’s All Things Considered, and ESPN. Justine received her PhD in Sport Psychology from Springfield College.

Asked about the importance of her historical accomplishments, Justine shares, “It’s an honor to make history but its much more important that we build a better future.” Justine is the proud mother of a fiercely independent and happy 18-year-old daughter.