The Women’s Sports Foundation is excited and honored to welcome three-time Olympic medalist Elana Meyers Taylor into her role as our President, effective Jan. 1, 2019. As a member of the Board of Trustees, Elana will work alongside CEO Deborah Antoine and the Foundation’s team to strengthen and expand opportunities for all girls and all…
For the past two years, professional skier Grete Eliassen has served the Women’s Sports Foundation as our President. We are so grateful for the strong leadership and unwavering enthusiasm that Grete brought to the role. A six-time X Games medalist in slopestyle and halfpipe events, Grete has been involved with WSF for more than 10…
A big WSF welcome to the new President of the Women’s Sports Foundation, Grete Eliassen! A four-time winner of the US Open, a six-time Winter X Games medalist and holder of the world record for the Women’s Hip Jump, she is also passionate about getting girls active to learn the lifelong benefits of sport. Grete has long been involved with the Foundation and we are proud to welcome her as our new leader.
The year 2016 is coming to a close and we would like to take a moment and say thank you to Angela Hucles for all of her hard work and dedication throughout her tenure. For the past two years, Angela Hucles has guided and led the Women’s Sports Foundation as its President and helped us continue to spread access to sport to all girls.
This March as we celebrate Women’s History Month we would like to celebrate our history at the Women’s Sports Foundation and the incredible women who have served as our Presidents. We spoke with former WSF President Angela Ruggiero to ask her how she translates her skills on the ice to the business world, why it’s important to her that all girls have access to sports and more.
This March as we celebrate Women’s History Month we would like to celebrate our history at the Women’s Sports Foundation and the incredible women who have served as our Presidents. Hear from Dominique Dawes, who served as President from 2005-2006, on her beginnings with the WSF, what is most important in her life these days and why she is still a promoter of equality for all girls.
This March as we celebrate Women’s History Month we would like to celebrate our history at the Women’s Sports Foundation and the incredible and powerful women who have served as our President’s and guided us. We caught up with Wendy Hilliard who served as President of the Women’s Sports Foundation from 1995-1996 and continues to be an integral part of the WSF family.