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 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 017 – Whitney Holtzman, President/CEO Social Victories

Whitney Holtzman, President/CEO of Social Victories Whitney Holtzman Bobbi-Sue could not stop laughing during this interview. Whitney Holtzman is the President/CEO of Social Victories, a marketing and social media consulting company for those in the sports world.  While the conversation is light and funny early on, the women get into a deep discussion regarding race towards the end. Whitney has always taken the road less ...

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Episode 010 – Shireen Ahmed, Sports Journalist

Shireen Ahmed, Sports Journalist Shireen Ahmed Bobbi-Sue speaks this week with Shireen Ahmed, a freelance sports journalist and one of the hosts of Burn it All Down, the feminist sports podcast you need. Shireen is an athlete, advocate, coach, mentor, and community organizer who works with Youth of Colour on empowerment projects. She and Bobbi-Sue discuss her life as a Muslim woman in sport, soccer, ...

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Episode 009 – Keri Potts, Sr. Director of Communications at ESPN – Part 2

Keri Potts, Sr. Director of Communications at ESPN Keri Potts – Part 2 Every 90 seconds, an American is assaulted. In this Part 2 of my interview with Keri Potts, Sr. Director of Communications at ESPN. We talk about her assault in Italy, how she escaped by jumping from rooftops, and the process to bring her assaulter to justice while she was in America. This ...

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Episode 008 – Keri Potts, Sr. Director of Communications at ESPN – Part 1

Keri Potts, Sr. Director of Communication at ESPN Keri Potts – Part 1   Keri Potts is the Sr. Director of Communications for ESPN. Keri has been named one of PR Week’s 40 under 40, Presidential Volunteer Service Awardee, and ESPN’s Volunteer of the Year. She is the driving force behind ESPN hits such as the 30 for 30 films, College Gameday, and the SEC ...

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