Episode 48 – Jessica Muroff, CEO of Girl Scouts of West Central Florida

Jessica Muroff After a really tough couple of weeks for a lot of women in this country, this week’s guest brings a lot of hope because she’s helping to empower young girls to be go-getters, innovators, risk takers, and leaders. Jessica Muroff is the CEO of the Girl Scouts of West Central Florida.  As a former girl scout herself, Jessica truly believes in the mission ...

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Episode 47 – Christina Unkel, Attorney, FIFA Referee, and Women’s Sports Museum BOD

Christina Unkel, FIFA Referee, Women’s Sports Museum Board Member, Attorney Christina Unkel This week’s episode is with Christina Unkel, one of three American female FIFA referees. Christina began refereeing at the age of 10. She worked her way up the ranks (once she realized that there were ranks to climb) and now has a FIFA badge. You can find her traveling across the world to ...

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Episode 46 – Dr. Caroline Silby, Sports Psychologist

Dr. Caroline Silby, Sports Psychologist Dr. Caroline Silby So… Our 50th episode is rapidly approaching. Can you believe it?! FIFTY. I want to do a few things to celebrate. First is to get to 100 ratings/reviews – can you all do that for me? We’re in the forties right now. Pretty please? It seriously helps move us along in the algorithms and helps people discover ...

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Episode 45 – Jenna Byrnes, SVP of the Oklahoma City Dodgers

Jenna Byrnes, SVP, Oklahoma City Dodgers Jenna Byrnes This episode starts with Bobbi-Sue talking about the launch of the Tampa Bay chapter of WISE.   Jenna Byrnes is the Sr. Vice President of the Oklahoma City Dodgers, the triple-A affiliate for the Los Angeles Dodgers. She started off at the Frisco RoughRiders. In both organizations, she has worked her way up the ladder. When she ...

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Episode 44 – Kathy Burrows, CEO of Sold Out Seating

Kathy Burrows, CEO of Sold Out Seating Kathy Burrows This week’s episode starts with Bobbi-Sue talking about the debacle at the US Open’s ladies finals and how mad she is about it. We move quickly to reminding everyone about the MLB PLayer’s Trust’s Michael Weiner Scholarship for Labor Studies. Go to Playerstrust.org to apply. Our guest this week is Kathy Burrows, CEO (“Chief Energy Officer”) at Sold ...

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Episode 43 – Melissa Ludtke, Pioneering Baseball Journalist

News article on Melissa Ludtke and Jane Gross in 1978 Melissa Ludtke Happy September! I always feel fresh and new, optimistic about the future at the beginning of the school year. Law School or Grad Students: Here’s something for you. If you are interested in labor law or studies, check out the Players’ Trust 2019 Michael Weiner Scholarship for Labor Studies. Up to 5 awards ...

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Episode 42 – Laura Okmin, Fox Sports, Westwood One & GALvanize

Laura Okmin Laura Okmin Laura Okmin is one of the most recognizable faces and voices in sports broadcasting. Her relationships with athletes, coaches, and front office staff are what make her one of the most respected in the business. As a sideline reporter for NFL on Fox and Westwood One, she has one of the most coveted broadcasting jobs in the industry. What she does off the ...

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Episode 40 – Janet Marie Smith, Sr. VP Planning & Development – Los Angeles Dodgers

Janet Marie Smith, Sr. VP Planning & Development for the Los Angeles Dodgers Janet Marie Smith Janet Marie Smith’s imprint on the sport of baseball is seen by millions of people each year. As the architect/planner behind the Camden Yards ballpark, Turner Field, and renovations of Fenway Park and Dodger Stadium, she brought that intimate feel back to the ballpark experience. Her entrance into the ...

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Episode 039 – Danita Johnson, Dir. Business Development at L.A. Clippers

Danita Johnson, Director of Business Development for the Los Angeles Clippers Danita Johnson Danita Johnson, Director of Business Development for the LA Clippers joins Bobbi-Sue Doyle-Hazard on this week’s episode. Danita’s career has always been in pro basketball but she bopped around from D-league (now G-league) teams to WNBA teams back to the NBA with the Clippers. Much of her time has been in sales ...

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