We are in search of TWO interns to help us make the 2020 #GladiatHersSummit an epic event! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Interns must: ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 1. Live in the Miami-Dade Area; 2. Be energetic and creative and 3. Be interested in supporting the growth of women in sports. 4. Be social media savvy. Specifically, they must have a working […]
Next up in the GladiatHers® Spotlight is Dr. Kensa K Gunter, 2019 AASP Executive Board President Elect. You’ve seen the business side, the medical side, and even the athletics side of sports, but Dr. Gunter is here to share some information about the psychological side of sports. The new Association for Applied Sport Psycology President […]
I am passionate about opening up the standards of beauty, especially in the WAG world, and building confidence in young girls.
GladiatHers® is an organization dedicated to inspiring, connecting and empowering women, especially women in sports. In an effort to fulfill our mission, highlight the everyday stories of women who are making their mark in the world and the sports industry. Welcome to the GladiatHers® Spotlight, the series where you get to meet and connect with amazing women […]
As strong intelligent women we can often reject the need for validation, but the reality is we all like and need to hear words of affirmation from time to time.
Everyone’s a critic. We live in a world where it seems that everyone has an opinion about you and what you are doing. But because even well-intentioned advisors and critics are not always on target, it can be difficult to decide which advice or criticism is worth your while. So how do you go about […]
There’s a horrible habit that I’ve noticed that women practice on a regular basis, deflecting. Time and time again when compliments and praise are being handed out we suddenly become star running backs blocking tackles left and right on the way to snatching a cool 6 points… We don’t know how to accept compliments. We […]
My method for deciding if an action that I am contemplating is acceptable for the workplace, is asking myself, “Would my mama approve?” If she wouldn’t, then I can’t do it. If your behavior would embarrass your mother or your grandmother then I shouldn’t do it at work. Figure out a different way to handle the situation, Sis.