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Women and Sport: The Long Road Up

Women and Sport: The Long Road Up

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August 09th 2016:Finding resources: By any means necessary

In each of our previous programs, it has repeatedly been emphasized that more resources are necessary in order for women's sport to advance. This truth holds at the individual, family, community, national, and global levels. Our guests today have knowledge, skills, experiences with the identification and development of resources in a variety of contexts. Their insights and contributions today promise to be helpful to all of us who care about, and are working for, women's sport advances.

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Tuti Scott

Speaker, Trainer, and Facilitator Tuti B. Scott is a leader and mentor for women and a catalyst for strategic philanthropic giving. An energetic speaker, trainer and thought leader, Tuti’s work inspires people and organizations to up the level of their leadership and to create and fund change within systems and cultures. Coach Tuti has been a leader bridging women’s rights, social justice philanthropy and women’s sports for three decades. As the Chief Development Officer for the Women’s Sports Foundation for 15 years, Tuti brings insights about sports, leadership, power and money to philanthropic circles, Board rooms, and management teams. Tuti relies upon her experiences both a
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Kimberly Kenny

Kim Kenny is Associate Vice President, Institutional Advancement for Mt St Mary’s University, Los Angeles, California. Holding this post since 2013, she formerly was Chief of Development and Communications for the Women’s Foundation of California (8 years) and Environmental Grantmakers Association. Additionally, she served as Program Co-ordinator for ‘Women’s Lens on Global Issues’ with the Rockefeller Brothers Foundation. Easy to see how, at a very young age, Kim was named a ‘Pioneer Women of Los Angeles’ by Mayor Eric Garcetti. She ‘boldly goes’ where few women have gone before. Kimberly is a graduate of University of California Berkeley and her diverse interests include sketch comedy an
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Ernestine Miller

Ernestine Miller is a women's sports historian whose passion is bringing forward to a wide audience, the rich and mostly unknown history of the subject. She believes there are unsung trailblazers in every sport, who pushed opportunity forward at a time when sport for women had limited acceptance. Today, 46 years since Title IX, while conditions have improved, Miller feels women sport is still in its infancy, but the future is more promising than ever. She is the author of Making Her Mark: First and Milestones in Women's Sports and The Sportswomen’s Daybook She is a member of SABR - Society of American Baseball Research, and organizes the annual meeting of the New York City chapter.
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