Olympic Medalist in Women's Rowing (1976 Montreal Games), First Vice President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), civil rights attorney, and worldwide defender of fairness and excellence in sport.
Drawing from my experience as an Olympic athlete and captaining the first U.S. Women's Rowing team to a Bronze Medal in 1976, I'll share personal strategies and techniques that can assist you in achieving your athletic goals.
Throughout my career as a civil rights attorney, activist, athlete, and political figure, I've faced a lion's share of personal and professional challenges. Yet, what I've gleaned from my involvement in the Olympics is that we are defined not by what holds us back, but by how we overcome these setbacks. I routinely mentor entrepreneurs, businesspeople, athletes, and professionals, helping them maximize their potential and achieve excellence. If you're facing challenges in your personal life or career and believe my experiences can be of assistance, please book a call and let's chat.