National Association of Sports Commission’s Women’s Summit addresses women and sports during the NCAA Women’s Final Four in Tampa
L to R: Meaghan Hughes, Ann Arbor Sports Commission, and Linda Logan, Greater Columbus Sports Commission.
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TAMPA (For Immediate Release) -- A capacity crowd attended the second annual Women’s Summit hosted by the National Association of Sports Commissions in Tampa during the NCAA Women’s Final Four.
Numerous female business leaders representing professional and collegiate sports along with government, financial services, marketing, public relations, and hospitality shared advice and tips to attendees of the Women’s Summit, which was first hosted in Columbus, Ohio during last year’s NCAA Women’s Final Four in partnership with the Greater Columbus Sports Commission.
Two new awards were presented during the Women’s Summit as well. Linda Logan, Executive Director of the Greater Columbus Sports Commission, was honored with the firstever Trailblazer Award for her industry leadership, and the Rising Star Award was presented to Meaghan Hughes from Ann Arbor Sports Commission for her volunteerism efforts.
“The Women’s Summit hosted by the National Association of Sports Commissions continues to be one of our most engaging programs to discuss current industry trends along with career advice for both veterans of our industry as well as newcomers,” said Elizabeth Young, Vice President of NASC.
The 2020 Women’s Summit hosted by the National Association of Sports Commissions will be hosted in New Orleans, LA April 1-3 in association with the NCAA Women’s Final Four.
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