OCTOBER 19-21, 2020
THE RESORT AT PELICAN HILL
NEWPORT BEACH, CALIFORNIA

Join us for the annual espnW: Women +
Sports Summit, a two-day event that brings
together leading voices and industry
influencers to create change and
opportunity for women in sports.
Learn more

MEET FELLOW
INNOVATORS
AND INFLUENCERS
2019 SPEAKERS
PAST PARTICIPANTS
Laura Gentile
Senior Vice President, Marketing
ESPN
Casey Wasserman
Chairman & CEO
Wasserman
Nneka Ogwumike
WNBA Champion and All-Star, President, WNBA Players Association
Monique Jackson
Toyota
Jill Abbott
Head of Consumer and Athlete Engagement
Gatorade
Richard Lapchick
Eminent Scholar, Endowed Chair & Director
The DeVos Sport Business Management Program, UCF
Elie Donahue
Vice President, Marketing
Rothy's
Carol Stiff
VP Women's Sports Programming
ESPN
Susan Braun
CEO
The V Foundation for Cancer Research
Jay Bilas
College Basketball Analyst
ESPN
Christy Hedgpeth
Chief Operating Officer
WNBA
A'ja Wilson
WNBA All-Star and Rookie of the Year, Las Vegas Aces
Katelyn Ohashi
Former gymnast, NCAA Champion
Senator Nancy Skinner
State Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley
Ella Mai
Singer-songwriter
Jessica Mendoza
ESPN MLB analyst, NY Mets Baseball Operations Advisor & Olympic gold medalist
Sage Steele
SportsCenter anchor and espnW Summit host
Michelle Carter
Olympic gold medalist, shot put
Dr. Sarah Hillyer
University of Tennessee
Jordyn Barratt
Toyota
Andy Schwarz
Chief Innovation Officer & Co-Founder
Historical Basketball League
Julia Vergueiro
GSMP
Pelado Real Futebol Clube
John Langel
Attorney, Ballard Spahr
Representing U.S. Women's Hockey team
Jena Janovy
ESPN
Ibtihaj Muhammad
Olympic medalist, fencing, entrepreneur, and activist
Brittney Zamora
Professional NASCAR driver
Azzi Fudd
St. John's College HS
Shari Van Cleave
Head of Wells Fargo Digital Labs
Wells Fargo
Cari Champion
SportsCenter anchor
ESPN
Hailie Deegan
Professional NASCAR driver
Liz Cambage
WNBA All-Star and Single-Game Scoring Record Holder
Julie Eddleman
Global Client Partner
Google
Alison Overholt
Vice President, Storytelling & Special Projects
ESPN
Valorie Kondos Field
Former UCLA gymnastics coach, 7-time NCAA Champion
Kendall Coyne Schofield
Professional hockey player, Olympic gold medalist
Liza Donnelly
The New Yorker