Teresa Edwards is currently the Assistant Coach of the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream, a five-time Olympic Gold Medalist and a member of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame and the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame.
Donna de Varona is a two-time Olympic gold medalist. The first President of the Women's Sports Foundation, de Varona has been a major player in our advocacy work from the very beginning. de Varona will once again join us this year on Capitol Hill.
Dr. Lillian Greene-Chamberlain, Ph. D., has been a leader in developing health education, physical fitness, recreation and sports programs for more than 30 years. The first U.S. National Champion in 800m, Dr. Greene-Chamberlain has worked closely with the Foundation for decades.
Hucles, the U.S. Women’s National Team leading scorer in the 2008 Olympic Games, is a two-time Olympic medalist and two-time World Cup medalist. In 2008 she was chosen for the Women's Sports Foundation Athlete Advisory Panel and assumed her role as Foundation President in January 2015.
Sarah Hughes won a figure skating Olympic gold medal in 2002 in Salt Lake City. A 2009 graduate of Yale University, Hughes is also a member of the WSF Athlete Advisory Panel.