Sideline Sass is a 60 minute podcast produced twice a month that focuses on current sports topics as well as some pop culture debates from two female sports industry professionals who tell it like it is. The podcast can be found at Audioboom or on iTunes. Hosts Kaleigh Krish and Emily Van Buskirk are often joined by former Stanford defensive football player Jordan Watkins, who has taken up a 6th-man residency. Additional guests from the sports, music and pop culture world are featured. The Podcast also produces written and video content from the various events covered by its hosts.
Bobbi-Sue Doyle-Hazard is an attorney for a professional sports organization. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts and Pennsylvania State University’s Dickinson School of Law, her career path was anything but a straight line. Throughout her schooling and as she worked her way towards her dream of working in the sports industry, one thing she noticed was a lack of women.
Two former Australian Football League players explore the world of sport outside of the arena with the people who make it happen: stars, dealmakers, brands, administrators, and broadcasters sharing behind-the-scenes insights about the industry and their careers.
Out of Scope host Brian Cristiano interviews wheelchair track and field Paralympic Gold Medalist & World Champion, Tatyana McFadden. She played wheelchair basketball in college, is credited with the passage of state- and federal-level athletic equality acts, and after this interview, won an additional four gold medals at the 2016 Paralympics in Rio.
Basketball recruiting advisor and former Oregon State assistant coach Mandy Close Kavanaugh hosts inspiring women in sports, discussing failure and success, family balance, work skills, and leadership.
Our own podcast has debuted! Hosts DaTorria Robinson and Kristen Reenders will cover aspects of women working in sports business on a monthly basis. Their very first guest is the founder of FAB, Kristin Ray.
Entrepreneur, speaker, and columnist Mandy Antoniacci focuses on stories at the intersection of sport and change. Here she is interviewed on topics from mentors and leadership to gender inequality and sports-business trends.
WorkinSports.com's content director Brian Clapp hosts interviews with sports industry experts and offers sports career advice, from marketing and sales to coaching, scouting, operations, event management, and sports media.
SportsPro - A landmark summer of women’s sport in Europe
Lisa Parfitt is managing director of Synergy, a sports and entertainment marketing agency, and Clare Connor is director of England Women's Cricket. They discuss sporting events in Europe this summer, what's changing in how women's sport is presented there, and how it can continue to grow.
Fastpitch News interviews Kayla Lombardo, a Fordham softball player and 2015 grad whose work as a sportswriter has been featured by ESPNw, Sports Illustrated, and Excelle Sports. This year, she became an assistant coach at Lehigh University.
Sage Steele hosted NBA Countdown on ABC for four seasons and now hosts SportsCenter On The Road. Here she talks to Cari Champion about hosting the espnW: Women + Sports Summit and her role as a leading female voice at ESPN.