Women’s Coaching Alliance setting the field for leadership
It’s game time for San Mateo County’s women athletes as one Burlingame organization sets its eyes on boosting the number of female coaches out on courts and fields this fall through a new mentorship program.
Women’s Coaching Alliance
A WHOLE DIFFERENT BALLGAME:
Last weekend’s Women’s Coaching Alliance conference was light years beyond what some of us gamely attempted in the late 1970s. Two generations ago, the modest idea was to alert girls and women about the athletic opportunities afforded by the passage of Title IX, the 1972 federal law that requires
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"Sports has the power to shape and change lives in a positive way and there is nothing more important than creating a future in sports that brings in all voices. We all get better when there are diverse perspectives, and we embrace those perspectives. The work the Women’s Coaching Alliance is doing is critical for creating this space for athletes and coaches. Women deserve all the same opportunities as any other gender and a world with more female role models is a better one."
A level playing field: local organization empowers women in sports leadership
While athletes are often at the center of discussions about gender disparity in sports, the coaching industry frequently lacks the same attention. A Burlingame-based organization has their sights set on tackling this issue