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VOICEINSPORT Partners with Black Womens Player Collective to elevate Black women athletes through mentorship, content and advocacy.

December-02-2021

VOICEINSPORT Partners with Black Womens Player Collective to elevate Black women athletes through mentorship, content and advocacy.

We are on a mission to provide mentorship to young Black girls in sport, bring more visibility to stories of Black athletes and increase access to Black role models through advocacy initiatives to change the image of soccer in the US

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VOICEINSPORT™ Partners with WHOOP to empower female athletes through education, content and research.

November-14-2021

VOICEINSPORT Partners with WHOOP to empower female athletes through education, content and research. 

Leading global experts in sports science, health, and fitness align to advance education, content and research on women's performance and physiology. 

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This Nike Exec Started Her Own Team

May-29-2020

Stefanie Strack is not afraid to embrace risky career moves. But she doesn’t do so on her own. Before leaving a high-profile job at Nike Inc., she consulted with A.K. Pradeep, an adviser whom Ms. Strack refers to as her “Jedi master” because of his wise entrepreneurial candor. He urged her to jump ship and never look back.

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VIS Platform Advocates for Female Athletes

August-22-2020

Today the VIS Platform goes live offering exclusive content, mentorship and advocacy tools for female athletes. Now more than ever girls in sport need a community to connect them to inspiration and support during their journey in sport.

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Former Nike Exec Rallies 150 Women In Sports To Launch Startup

August-24-2020

In Latin, the word ‘vis’ means power. It’s also etymologically linked to the word ‘visibility’—both of which former Nike executive Stefanie Strack wants to give the female athlete community through her startup, Voice in Sport™—VIS™ for short.

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These Olympic Hopefuls Are Giving Back to the Sport Through Mentorship

November-14-2021

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Stef Strack is Building a Way for Women in Sports (Podcast)

May-01-2021

Stef Strack built a career at Nike and Rag & Bone understanding the intersection of sport, apparel, lifestyle and culture, especially for women. With Voice in Sport, she's taking it to a new level, combining membership and mentorship.

Read the full article at Bloomberg Business of Sports

How Women's Sports Can Accelerate the Progress Achieved in 2020

December-24-2020

One thing the COVID-19 pandemic gave us, for better or for worse, is time. Time to slow down, time to re-evaluate and time to reset. Let’s use this opportunity to create an even more progressive sports industry, where women are in top leadership and coaching positions, where underrepresented voices are heard and where there is increased visibility to female athletes.

Read the full article at Sportico

Win or Lose, Olympic-Bound Runner Kendall Ellis Will Always "Be a Dog in the Race"

November-14-2021

Kendall Ellis leads 45-minute to an hour-long group sessions with members between the ages of 13 and 23. She hosts the sessions about four times a month on topics such as turning pro and managing anxiety.

Read the full article at Popsugar Fitness

Naomi Osaka Wanted Her $15,000 Fine Donated To Charity And CALM Listened

June-04-2021

Osaka’s power extended far beyond the individual, and inspired businesses to take a stand, too. Perhaps the boldest move was by the company behind the popular meditation and mindfulness app CALM. They announced they would do what tournament officials wouldn’t— follow through on Osaka’s initial request for her fine to be donated to charity.

Read the full article at Forbes