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Women and Sport: The Long Road Up

Women and Sport: The Long Road Up

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June 07th 2016:Women's sports gains a HUGE ally in WSF

Program will offer vivid description of the world of women's sport in the USA in the 1980s (just as effects of Title IX) were ripples on the ocean. Deborah Larkin (WSF CEO) and Dr. Marj Snyder (Research and Program Consultant for WSF) will offer details about what WSF was seeking to bring about in the early years and how this is the same and different from today's efforts.

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Deborah Larkin

Deborah Larkin is CEO of the Women's Sports Foundation, returning to this post after a hiatus of some years during which she was working with the US Tennis Association, the President's Council on Physical Education and Sport and the Women's Law Project. Deborah is also a fierce competitor in senior USTA tournaments.
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Dr. Marj Snyder

Dr. Marjorie Snyder is currently a consultant in nonprofit management, research and education. She serves as the Sr. Director of Research and Programs for the Women’s Sports Foundation (WSF), is a faculty member of the George Washington University Sports Philanthropy Certificate Program and was recently a Research Project Director for a study on attrition in youth sports for the Aspen Institute’s Project Play. Previously, for 20 years, she was the Chief Program and Planning Officer for the WSF where more than 30 research projects were developed under her leadership. She began her career as a high school social studies teacher, college professor and coach. She was the head field hockey coa
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