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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Episode 034- Nancy Hogshead-Makar, CEO of Champion Women

Nancy Hogshead-Makar, CEO of Champion Women Nancy Hogshead-Makar Content Warning: This episode contains a discussion of sexual assault and child molestation. There is no detail provided, however, I wanted to let you all know beforehand. Nancy Hogshead-Makar is an Olympic gold medalist, attorney, CEO, women’s advocate, and changemaker. During the 1984 summer Olympics, she brought home 3 gold medals and one silver medal. She has ...

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Episode 032- Margaret Schlachter, Obstacle Course Race Expert

  Margaret Schlachter working at OCRWC 2017 Margaret Schlachter Margaret Schlachter is a bit of a renaissance woman. She was one of the first women on the scene of obstacle course racing. After 10 years in education and coaching, Margaret found herself at a crossroads. She discovered OCR (Spartan Race, to be exact), began a website to document her training for World’s Toughest Mudder and ...

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Episode 031 – Susie Piotrkowski, VP of Sales for the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL)

Susie Piotrkowski, VP of Sales for NWSL Susie Piotrkowski After our very tough episode last week, this week’s episode brings some much-needed levity. Bobbi-Sue chats with Susie Piotrkowski, VP of Sales for the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL). Susie’s career began at IMG and then moved onto media buying and then Fenway Sports Management. Her next move, to Spartan Race, would be career changing. She ...

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Episode 030 – Morgan McCaul, Nassar Survivor

Morgan McCaul, Dancer, Advocate, and Nassar Survivor Morgan McCaul Morgan McCaul is so much more than just a “Nassar Survivor.” She is a dancer, student, advocate, organizer, sadly allergic to cats, friend, daughter, girlfriend, teacher, intern, changemaker. At almost 20 years old, she has experienced more than I wish upon anyone. Imagine your first year of college. What were you doing? Morgan has been fighting ...

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Episode 029 – Heather Martin, Integration Specialist for Heritage Werks

Heather Martin, Integration Specialist at Heritage Werks Heather Martin On this week’s episode, Bobbi-Sue speaks with Heather Martin, Integration Specialist for Heritage Werks. While her title and company don’t sound super “sporty,” her current role gives her access to some really cool sports history. Previously, she worked in the athletics department at Pepperdine University and the Detroit Pistons. The conversation goes from how hard it ...

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Episode 027- Claire Lessinger, Director of Special Events – Tampa Bay Sports Commission

Claire Lessinger, Director of Special Events for the Tampa Bay Sports Commission Claire Lessinger Bobbi-Sue has another local woman in sports pop by her apartment for this week’s episode. Claire Lessinger is the Director of Special Events for the Tampa Bay Sports Commission. TBSC is the organization that attracts and puts on major sports and entertainment events in the Tampa Bay region such as the ...

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Episode 024 – Kathleen Scovel, KAS Group

Kathleen A. Scovel, President KAS Group Kathleen Scovel This week Bobbi-Sue chats with Kathleen Scovel, the principle at KAS Group. Kathleen has been in the advertising and marketing world for 20 years. She started off, though, in music video and commercial production. Casually, she mentions working with Prince. What!? After that, she was off to the races with advertising and experiential marketing. She has worked ...

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Episode 023 – Stacey May Fowles, Baseball Writer

Stacey May Fowles, writer Stacey May Fowles Bobbi-Sue interviews award-winning novelist, journalist, and essayist, Stacey May Fowles for this week’s interview. Stacey May Fowles is the author of the Baseball Life Advice e-newsletter. She released a book by the same name this past year which is an essay collection that looks at topics ranging from bat flips to bandwagoners, from the romance of spring training ...

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Episode 021 – Amy Trask

“You Negotiate Like a Girl: Reflections on a Career in the National Football League” By Amy Trask with Mike Freeman Amy Trask This week’s guest is Amy Trask, the former CEO of the Raiders, author, CBS football analyst, and current chair of the board for the Big3. She was the first female executive of any NFL team. Her book, You Negotiate Like a Girl: Reflections ...

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