LOOK WHO'S MAKING AN IMPACT!

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Summit 2016 speakers and past participants.

2016 SPEAKERS

Monica
Abbott
Scrap Yard Dawgs
Daniele
Anastasion
Filmmaker
Victoria
Arlen
ESPN
Danielle
Benjamin
Toyota
 
Heidi
Boynton
Mini Mermaid Running Club
Susan
Braun
The V Foundation for Cancer Research
 
Darren
Brown
Trainer for Sarah Brown
Sarah
Brown
Elite Track Athlete
Brad
Burke
Weber Shandwick and Just Not Sports
PAVITHRA
CHANDRA
Global Sports Mentoring Program
Kelley
Carter
ESPN
Cari
Champion
SportsCenter host
Joanna
Coles
Hearst
Kavitha
Davidson
espnW
Jennifer
Davis
P&G
Maya
DiRado
Olympic Champion Swimmer
Christine
Driessen
ESPN
Chloé
Dygert Owen
Professional Racing Cyclist, 5x World Champ & Olympic silver medalist
Ashton
Eaton
Decathlete & Olympic gold medalist
Julie
Eddleman
Google
Kate
Fagan
espnW
Allyson
Felix
Most Decorated female Olympian in Track & Field History
Nikky
Finney
John H. Bennett, Jr., Chair in Creative Writing and Southern Letters at University of South Carolina
Janet
Fletcher
Procter & Gamble
Julie
Foudy
espnW analyst, World Cup soccer champion & Olympic gold medalist
Laura
Gentile
espnW and Women’s Initiatives
Jessie
Graff
ANW
Kayla
Harrison
World Champion & 2X Olympic champion
Melanie
Healey
Mel Healey and Company, LLC
Jemele
Hill
SportsCenter host
Jenn
Holmes
espnW
Ashleigh
Johnson
U.S. Olympic Women's Water Polo gold medalist
Christina
Kahrl
ESPN.com
Aarti
Kapoor
Moelis & Company
Jeff
Kearney
Gatorade
Sallie
Krawcheck
Ellevest
Laura
Marcinek
espnW
 
Helen
Maroulis
Women's Wrestling
Tatyana
McFadden
U.S. Paralympian
Sydney
McLaughlin
Union Catholic High School
Jessica
Mendoza
ESPN
Chris
Mosier
Triathlete & Transgender advocate
Dalilah
Muhammad
Olympic gold medalist
Robin
Roberts
“Good Morning America”
Alyssa
Roenigk
ESPN
April
Ross
Professional Beach Volleyball, 2x Olympic medalist
Sejal
Shah Miller
Barbie Global Marketing
Ramona
Shelburne
ESPN.com
Renata
Simril
LA84 Foundation
John
Skipper
ESPN
Jill
Smoller
WME | IMG
Sarah
Spain
espnW
 
Sage
Steele
SportsCenter host
Maggie
Steffens
U.S. Olympic Women's Water Polo Team gold medalist
Lisa
Stevens
Wells Fargo
Carol
Stiff
ESPN
Judy
Sweet
Gender Equity Consultant
Brianne
Theisen-Eaton
Heptathlon, Olympic bronze medalist
Cecilia
Vales
Global Sports Mentoring Program
Ann
Wool
Ketchum
Shelley
Zalis
The Girls' Lounge
Brighton
Zeuner
World Champion Park Terrain Skateboarder
Gillian
Zucker
LA Clippers