Nancy Hogshead-Makar


Career Highlights

• Three-time Olympic gold medalist
• Winner of the Kiputh Award, given to the nation's best all-around swimming
• Member of 12 Halls of Fame, including the International Women’s Sports Hall of Fame; the International Swimming Hall of Fame; the International Scholar Athlete Hall of Fame; the National Consortium for Academics and Sports Hall of Fame
• Sports Illustrated ranked her as Florida’s 13th greatest athlete overall of the 20th Century
• 12-year Career as a Professor of Law
• Civil Rights Lawyer
• Senior Director of Advocacy, Women’s Sports Foundation (2010-2014)

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Nancy Hogshead-Makar named Women's Sports Foundation Senior Director of Advocacy

APRIL 19, 2010: The Women’s Sports Foundation (WSF) named Professor Nancy Hogshead-Makar its Senior Director of Advocacy. The WSF was founded by Billie Jean King in 1974 as a driving force to attract girls and women to sport while promoting better health and education. Read the Press Release

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