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She's Got Next: Naomi Silver, Rochester Red Wings

She’s Got Next: Naomi Silver, Rochester Red Wings Naomi Silver is the president CEO and COO of the Rochester Community Baseball, which owns the Triple-A Rochester (N.Y.) Red Wings. The first woman to lead a minor league baseball team, her father, Morrie E. Silver, is credited with saving professional baseball in Rochester. You grew up…  Read more

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She’s Got Next: Rushia Brown, Community Builder and Motivational Speaker

To put a title next to Rushia Brown’s name doesn’t do her life’s work justice. She played professional basketball for 10 years in Europe and six years in the WNBA (1997-2003) and spent five years as a WNBA executive. With an MBA from George Washington University, her entrepreneurial spirit has led her to start several…  Read more

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She's Got Next: Nikki Bartholomew, FC Buffalo

Nikki Bartholomew began her third season as head coach for FC Buffalo Women in May 2023. Also a member of senior leadership at Algonquin Sports, Nikki had a decorated career as a Division I athlete with the University at Buffalo women’s soccer program and has coached at all levels from youth through the professional ranks.…  Read more

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She's Got Next: Danette Leighton, CEO Women's Sports Foundation

In February of 2022 Danette Leighton was appointed CEO of the Women’s Sports Foundation  — an organization founded in 1974 by Billie Jean King to strengthen and expand participation and leadership opportunities for women in sports. Leighton has a 30-year career in the sports industry, including serving as the chief marketing officer for the Pac-12…  Read more

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She’s Got Next: Liz DiLullo Brown, Little League International

A creative and inclusive leader with experience in marketing, communication, partnerships and strategic planning, Liz DiLullo Brown became the first female senior executive at Little League International. She currently serves as the organization’s chief marketing officer and senior vice president of marketing and communications, is a mom of two and is a lifelong believer in…  Read more

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She's Got Next: Verna Volker, Founder, Native Women Running

Verna Volker is from the Navajo Nation. She started running in 2009 and noticed the lack of Native women in the running community – from advertisements to product ambassadors, to podium finishers. She created the social media account Native Women Running to support others like herself and amplify their stories. The account has become a…  Read more

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She’s Got Next: Christine De La Rosa, Spartan

The Spartan brand is synonymous with toughness – both physical and mental. Christine De La Rosa brings her own strengths and mental toughness to her role as Head of Media for the international endurance and lifestyle brand. The Martin Group’s public relations team has worked with Spartan on earned media opportunities to promote the brand.…  Read more

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She's Got Next: Jesse Ladoue McMullen, New Era Cap

Jesse Ladoue McMullen is the Marketing Director, Licensed Sports for New Era Cap, the international sports and lifestyle brand. She began with the company in October 2017 as the Marketing Manager, Baseball. A new mom, she talks about how she crafted her return to work along with why she always reads the comments and what…  Read more

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She’s Got Next: Mikyla Grant-Mentis, Buffalo Beauts

Mikyla “Buckey” Grant-Mentis is part of the new generation of women changing the conversation around women’s hockey. A forward with the Buffalo Beauts in the PHF (Premier Hockey League), she recently became the highest paid player in the league, making $80,000 for the 2022-23 season. She enters her third full pro season as the league’s…  Read more