Girl Powered: Play Like a Girl Founder Launches STEM+ Sports Hackathon

While most teenagers played pick-up basketball or ran cross country, Kimberly Clay would rather play the violin or practice the piano. Years later, she has transitioned into sports – but with a twist. On July 18, the founder and CEO of Play Like a Girl is hosting her inaugural STEM+ Sports Hackathon at Walmart Labs in Sunnyvale, Calif. With partners such as If/Then, SheIs, and the San Francisco 49ers’ education venture, EDU Academy, Clay’s mission for her hackathon is to […]

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Beyond Football: Kelvin Beachum’s Quest for More

When it comes to a legacy, Beachum Jr. wants to be remembered for more than what he did on the gridiron. Beachum has many interests outside of football. (Photo by Eugene Lee / World Vision) For most athletes, the realization of playing at the highest level in their respective sport is enough to satisfy them. That level of success is the culmination of hard work, sacrifice and commitment to their craft. Once they make it, they do everything to keep it. […]

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