Speakers Bureau

JACKIE JOYNER-KERSEE OF THE USA IN ACTION DURING THE JAVELIN SECTION OF THE WOMENS HEPTATHLON EVENT AT THE 1994 GOODWILL GAMES IN ST PETERSBURG, RUSSIA. (Photo by: Clive Brunskill/ALLSPORT) JACKIE JOYNER-KERSEE OF THE USA IN ACTION DURING THE JAVELIN SECTION OF THE WOMENS HEPTATHLON EVENT AT THE 1994 GOODWILL GAMES IN ST PETERSBURG, RUSSIA. (Photo by: Clive Brunskill/ALLSPORT)

Want to motivate, educate and energize your group? Invite one of world’s most elite female athletes or influential sports personalities to speak at your next event.

The Women's Sports foundation provides a Speaker's Bureau Service. Founded on more than 20 years of cultivated relationships with the world's top female athletes, we connect premier personalities to organizations and events.

Our speakers are professional, Olympic, world-class champion female athletes across a wide variety of sports. They are experts in their fields, that can speak to issues surrounding leadership, motivation, life in professional sports, and philanthropy. 

In hiring a WSF speaker, you are also supporting the Foundation's programs, that support girls and women in sport and physical activity.

View our Speakers here.

To request a speaker from the Women's Sports Foundation, please download and complete our Speaker Request Form below.

If you are interested in becoming a member of our Speaker's Bureau, please contact Stacy Holand at 646.783.3884 or at sholand@womenssportsfoundation.org.

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Published Jun 20, 2011
By Women's Sports Foundation

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