Spotlighting Amazing Women in Youth Sports
March 24, 2022
It’s Women’s History Month, so we wanted to take some time out to recognize not only the incredible women that work at LeagueApps, but also our amazing female partners and the women leading youth sports organizations. These women are trailblazers in youth sports and are representative of the strides towards putting more women in leadership positions in the industry.
The importance of young girls seeing women in decision making positions is immeasurable, and we’re so proud to partner with so many of these inspiring women.
Chief Executive Officer, LA Dodgers Foundation
Nichol is a visionary who knows how to get things done. It’s been amazing to see her embrace the role of technology in managing their RBI program, and provide the leadership to facilitate adoption.
Even more importantly, this project is indicative of her innovative approach to impacting the LA community.
Vice President, Acers FastPitch
Michelle is a critical part of the Acers organization, dedicating hours of hard work as Vice President.
Michelle should be celebrated as a cornerstone for why this organization succeeds.
President/Director, Breaking Barriers Lacrosse
Julie is an example of the power of sports and the passion of our partners.
Working with people like Julie makes our mission even more meaningful and makes us all proud to be part of the LeagueApps team.
President, Motor City Madness
Chris is a hardworking mother who dedicates so much energy and time to making the Madness organization great.
Her grit and efforts should be celebrated, for she is inspiring the future generation of young female leaders.
Founder, Major Force Lacrosse
Lisa is a big believer in easy access to sports. She makes sure everyone who wants to play lacrosse in her area has access to it.
Founder/Director, T3 Lacrosse
Besides proving the importance of the sport of lacrosse, the entire business is run by women who have helped Lori make a difference in the game as it grows.
Co-Founder/Catching Instructor, Packaged Deal
What Jen is doing on the field as an instructor is game-changing for female athletes. But what she is doing as a softball entrepreneur is revolutionary.