As one of the 20th century's most respected and influential people, Billie Jean King has long been a champion for social change and equality. In August 2009, she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor. King has won 39 Grand Slam singles, doubles and mixed doubles tennis titles, including a record 20 titles at Wimbledon.
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Kathryn Olson was named Chief Executive Officer of the Women’s Sports Foundation in April 2010. A Women's Sports Foundation Trustee since 2005, Olson served as chair of the Governance Committee.
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Ruggiero, a four-time Olympian and four-time world champion, is the most decorated player in the history of the USA Women's Ice Hockey Team. She was elected in 2010 to the IOC and is a member of the WADA Foundation Board and the USOC Board of Directors. At Harvard University, Ruggiero was a four-time First Team All-American, Academic All-American and a National Champion.
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Sandra has been a valued leader within the Women's Sports Foundation family, serving on the Board of Trustees since 2005. She is the founder, CEO and President of AthleticLink.com, a web site designed for the athletic professional. Sandra is committed to a vision in which all girls attain the emotional, physical and health benefits of a sports experience.
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One of the foremost exponents of gender equity in education, including sports participation, sexual harassment, employment, pregnancy, and legal enforcement under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.
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