Class of 2014 reflects on Global Sports Mentoring Program

By espnW October 17, 2014

The Global Sports Mentoring Program was started by the U.S. Department of State and espnW to pair emerging leaders from around the world with American female executives in the sports industry. Its goal is to create a network of women and girls who strive to create positive change in their home communities through the power of sports.

The members of the class of 2014 hail from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Brazil, Denmark, Egypt, Haiti, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Ukraine, Pakistan, Singapore, Turkey and Zimbabwe. Here, they reflect on their experience in the program.

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