In its fourth year, Minor League Baseball’s FIELD Program welcomes 32 participants to its immersive week of professional development.
A recent graduate of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Timmons has experience connecting with audiences of all kinds.
The NBA commissioner states his desire to get more women into the sports industry. The NBA currently has a 31.6 percent ratio of women in team management.
From the playing field to the front office, increasing diversity within sports is more than just the right thing to do. It’s the smart thing to do.
The Atlanta Hawks hosted the organization’s first Love Wins event to promote diversity and inclusion on Valentine’s Day, continuing drive to social change.
Since 2006, the NASCAR Diversity Program has held a popular combine to give the next generation of drivers a shot to race.
Irving and the TRD team recently held a three-day driver combine at Irwindale Speedway, where six of the eight drivers were female competitors.
The program has become one of NASCAR’s most sought-after opportunities.
USC Student Cindy Yen Takes First Place with Fuel Mileage Video Four students who showcased their creativity using STEM were presented with the NASCAR Chevrolet Diversity Scholarship and a VIP Weekend at Texas Motor Speedway in early November. Photo from NASCAR.com. For the third time in as many years, NASCAR has partnered with Chevrolet for the NASCAR Chevrolet Diversity Scholarship presentations, which honored four individuals who are primed to make a difference in the field of STEM — Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. […]
His response is raising eyebrows around the country. NCAA President Mark Emmert (photo courtesy of Deadspin.com) NCAA President Mark Emmert recently addressed a letter from Oregon congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici, which called into question the diversity hiring practices within the National Collegiate Athletic Association. In what should come as no surprise to anyone, Emmert refused to take any responsibility and immediately pushed any criticism on its member schools. An excerpt from his response reads, “As you certainly can appreciate, the NCAA has […]
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