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 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 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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Episode 020 – Kathrine Switzer, Women’s Running Icon and Founder of 261 Fearless

A woman, listed only as K. Switzer of Syracuse, found herself about to be thrown out of the normally all-male Boston Marathon when a husky companion, Thomas Miller of Syracuse, threw a block that tossed a race official out of the running instead, April 19, 1967 in Hopkinton, Mass. (AP PHOTO) Kathrine Switzer This week’s guest is one of Bobbi-Sue’s idols, Kathrine Switzer. Some of ...

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Episode 019 – Shannon Miller, Former Olympic Gymnast and Founder of Shannon Miller Lifestyle

Shannon Miller, Former Olympic Gymnast and Founder of Shannon Miller Lifestyle. Photo credit: Lyndsay Almeida Shannon Miller Bobbi-Sue has a great interview this week with Shannon Miller, former Olympic gymnast and now a businesswoman. Shannon is the only woman, in any sport, to be inducted into the United States Olympic Hall of Fame twice, as an individual and for her team. With seven Olympic and nine ...

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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 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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