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On today’s Up To Speed, Tami Erwin hosts a panel discussion with female sports executives on overcoming obstacles on and off the field.
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Today’s Up To Speed featured the latest in our Women in Business series. The live discussion featured Verizon Business Group CEO, Tami Erwin leading a panel of female executives in professional sports that included:
- Renie Anderson, Chief Revenue Officer, National Football League
- Lisa Baird, Commissioner of the National Women’s Soccer League
- Kim Davis, Senior Executive Vice President, National Hockey League
The women discussed what’s happening in their individual sports, how they have pivoted their leagues due to the COVID-19 pandemic and social and racial justice issues, and how their own careers and leadership styles have evolved.
The Women in Business program is a Verizon initiative aimed at supporting small business owners in the wake of COVID-19. The program includes one-to-one mentorship, industry-specific panels, and content celebrating the achievements and lessons from female small business owners.
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Click here for a transcript of the webcast.
Reminder, tune in to Up To Speed Live tomorrow at 12 PM ET/9 AM PT.