Past Events

May 27, 2021

11:00 AM ET

Join us for the next Laureus Virtual Training camp on the topic of "Remembering Our W.A.Y: Why Approach Youth". This will be a session with youth development expert Jenae Jenkins, Director of Programs at First Tee Metro Atlanta and founder of PMP Youth Development Solutions. This session will focus on relevant issues related to supporting young people through SBYD. Participants will highlight their skills and realize the privilege and power of their influence on the young people they serve while being encouraged to remember why and how they dedicate their time and energy to developing the next generation in the first place.

May 26, 2021

10:00 AM - 7:00 PM ET

Whether it’s new NFT activations, Athletes seeking equity over sponsorships, NIL opportunities, or cutting edge experiential brand partnerships, impactful new trends and technologies are providing sports marketers with unprecedented methods to build brands and engage fans. With a dedicated focus on intimate workshops, roundtables, and powerful networking, this PRO DAY will be a must-attend for all sports marketers looking to stay ahead of the curve and capitalize on seismic shifts in the sports industry.

May 24, 2021

12:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET

Pro Experiences will be hosted at TopGolf in Fishers, Indiana. Network with Pro Athlete Influencers and business leaders while you enjoy an afternoon of golf, food, and a time of inspiration. This event will support the mission and ministry of Darrin Gray of Athletes In Action and the Youth at Project Play Summer Camps in downtown Indianapolis.

Location: TopGolf | Fishers, IN

May 24, 2021

12:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET

Pro Experiences will be hosted at TopGolf in Fishers, Indiana. Network with Pro Athlete Influencers and business leaders while you enjoy an afternoon of golf, food, and a time of inspiration. This event will support the mission and ministry of Darrin Gray of Athletes In Action and the Youth at Project Play Summer Camps in downtown Indianapolis.

Location: TopGolf | Fishers, IN

May 22, 2021

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM CDT

Amanda Fawver, Realtor for Buell Real Estate Group, and Mike Gorski RD, Owner of MG FitLife, are teaming up to bring you an incredible workout for a really great cause! Sweatin' for Soldiers boot camp workout will benefit Sierra Delta. Sierra Delta empowers every Veteran with access to approved dog training that provides a purpose, innovation, and community through the love of dogs. For every person that registers for this free boot camp event, Amanda + Mike will each personally donate $5 to Sierra Delta ($10 per person that attends!). This 45-minute boot camp workout*, led by Mike Gorski RD & Personal Trainer, will include weights, intervals, and cardio. It will be fun and challenging for all levels, come as you are! *Weather pending, the workout will have both indoor and outdoor elements. A huge thanks to our event partner K's Clean Eats for providing healthy treats and refreshments post-workout!

Location: Gym 608 Liberty Drive Verona, WI 53593

May 20, 2021

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM ET

You are invited to join us for Sport for Good NYC's Q2 Town Hall on Thursday, May 20th, from 11 am – 12:30 pm. Aside from the usual updates on upcoming opportunities and community announcements, we’ll have an organizational member-led share out from Harlem Lacrosse on an innovative youth empowerment project, learn more about the ambitious Park Equity Project from the Trust for Public Land and more. We look forward to seeing you there, and if you are not already planning on doing so, please bring along a friend or co-worker, especially if they are a frontline coach.

May 20, 2021

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET

May 19, 2021

11:00 AM PDT | 1:00 PM CST | 2:00 PM EST

May 19, 2021

4:30 PM - 5:30 PM ET

With the NCAA making a decision in June about athletes and their rights to sell their name, image, and likeness, it is important you know and prepare for a few things. Join Tackle What's Next and Team Altemus for a conversation that aims to educate you about contracts, taxes, building a platform, starting to prepare, and the mental health aspect of NIL. Learn to take a step back and think through these potential life-changing opportunities. As an athlete, you are constantly making split-second decisions, but NIL is a different game. We are here as a resource to you, so come with questions and we will provide you with answers and options.

May 14, 2021

11:00 - 12:00 PM PT | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET

Higher education is an environment ripe for discovery, new knowledge, and innovation. However, the role of Athletic Director at university levels still reflects the commonly seen disparities between the representation of race, gender, experience, and perhaps most ironically - education level. Beyond Black and White, what are the underlying factors for the still murky ‘pipeline’ to administrative leadership in American college sport? In the latest field study report from the Global Sport Institute, research reveals that much like coaching, the diversity at the top is still very monochromatic and that more often than not, non-white athletic directors hold higher degrees in education than their white counterparts. On the next Global Sport Matters Live, we ask experts predominantly white institutions and historically black colleges and universities to shed some light on the pathways into the position and what opportunities look like, and what the role of the Athletic Director demands in a pandemic (and post-pandemic) world.

May 14, 2021

11:00 AM ET

The 2021 Move United Education Conference is ready to provide the tools and training to help demystify disability and make inclusion a reality. This year’s theme, “Join the Movement: Redefining the Reality of Adaptive vs. Inclusive Sport,” brings us together to lead this evolving narrative so that we leave no one on the sidelines. This unique opportunity aims to enable sports providers with the education, awareness, and skills to serve individuals with disabilities in both recreational and competitive sports opportunities. Building off the success of the 2020 Move United Virtual Conference, which reached over 1,800 people from over 900 unique organizations, Move United is pleased to offer the virtual Move United Education Conference May 10-14, 2021. How can we help change the narrative and be champions for athletes with disabilities in our communities? Together.

May 13, 2021

11:00 AM ET

The 2021 Move United Education Conference is ready to provide the tools and training to help demystify disability and make inclusion a reality. This year’s theme, “Join the Movement: Redefining the Reality of Adaptive vs. Inclusive Sport,” brings us together to lead this evolving narrative so that we leave no one on the sidelines. This unique opportunity aims to enable sports providers with the education, awareness, and skills to serve individuals with disabilities in both recreational and competitive sports opportunities. Building off the success of the 2020 Move United Virtual Conference, which reached over 1,800 people from over 900 unique organizations, Move United is pleased to offer the virtual Move United Education Conference May 10-14, 2021. How can we help change the narrative and be champions for athletes with disabilities in our communities? Together.

May 13, 2021

5:30 PM ET

The Sports Based Youth Development Social Work and Wellness Collaborative NYC is thrilled to announce our inaugural Mental Health month virtual event this Thursday, May 13th starting at 5:30 pm! The event will be hosted by staff from several member programs of the collaborative including StreetSquash, RowNY, South Bronx United, NYCFC, New Heights, and America Scores and will focus on connecting wellness, and resource sharing. Please join us at the link below: Join Zoom Meeting: Meeting ID: 873 5257 8886 Passcode: 599462

May 12, 2021

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST

Foley & Lardner’s Sports & Entertainment Group, along with renowned sports industry author and adviser Rick Horrow, is pleased to invite you to its Leadership Insight series, The Comeback: Sports in a Worldwide Pandemic. Each month, the series will feature lively discussions on the business of sports (as well as impacts on hospitality, real estate, tourism, and other ancillary industries). The series will include rotating panels of high–profile industry executives and experts, who will offer their unique perspectives, predictions for the future, and practical advice for moving forward.

May 12, 2021

11:00 AM PDT | 1:00 PM CST | 2:00 PM EST

While the world continues to heal, it is vitally important to both keep in touch with past donors, as well as soliciting new ones. Join our partner, Allegra Marketing, to learn how to navigate the new "Customer Journey" which has changed dramatically in the era of Social Media, and even more in the era of a pandemic.

May 12, 2021

10:00 AM ET

The 2021 Move United Education Conference is ready to provide the tools and training to help demystify disability and make inclusion a reality. This year’s theme, “Join the Movement: Redefining the Reality of Adaptive vs. Inclusive Sport,” brings us together to lead this evolving narrative so that we leave no one on the sidelines. This unique opportunity aims to enable sports providers with the education, awareness, and skills to serve individuals with disabilities in both recreational and competitive sports opportunities. Building off the success of the 2020 Move United Virtual Conference, which reached over 1,800 people from over 900 unique organizations, Move United is pleased to offer the virtual Move United Education Conference May 10-14, 2021. How can we help change the narrative and be champions for athletes with disabilities in our communities? Together.

May 12, 2021

2:00 PM PT | 5:00 PM ET

Join Athletes' Voices on Wednesday, May 12, 2021, at 2:00 PM PT | 5:00 PM ET for an important and timely discussion on the vital role of athletes and sports figures, and teams in increasing awareness about violence in our communities and the conversation around gun control. This will be a provocative and action-oriented conversation, featuring athletes and practitioners who are on the front lines of this important topic: Steve Kerr | Head Coach, Golden State Warriors; 5x NBA Champion (player) and 3x NBA Champion (coach); Team USA Coach; NBA Coach of the Year (2016); outspoken activist and advocate around gun control, equity and the Black Lives Matter movement Pastor Earl Smith | Author - Death Row Chaplain; former Chaplain - California Department of Corrections (San Quentin); Team Pastor, San Francisco 49ers and Golden State Warriors; CEO - C.A.R.E. (Concerned About Recovery Education) Torrey Smith | NFL Legend; 2x Super Bowl Champion; Founder - LEVEL82; former intern - Maryland Representative Elijah Cummings; Task Force Member - Players' Coalition Daniel Webster ScD MPH | Director, Center for Gun Violence Prevention and Policy and co-lead of the Violence Prevention Workgroup of the Bloomberg American Health Initiative at Johns Hopkins University; has published over 120 articles in scientific journals on topics including gun policy and violence prevention

May 12, 2021

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM PT | 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM ET

Join Athletes' Voices on Wednesday, May 12, 2021 at 5 PM ET / 2 PM PT for an important and timely discussion on the vital role of athletes and sports figures and teams in increasing awareness about violence in our communities and the conversation around gun control. This will be a provocative and action-oriented conversation, featuring athletes and practitioners who are on the front lines of this important topic: Steve Kerr | Head Coach, Golden State Warriors; 5x NBA Champion (player) and 3x NBA Champion (coach); Team USA Coach; NBA Coach of the Year (2016); outspoken activist and advocate around gun control, equity and the Black Lives Matter movement Pastor Earl Smith | Author - Death Row Chaplain; former Chaplain - California Department of Corrections (San Quentin); Team Pastor, San Francisco 49ers and Golden State Warriors; CEO - C.A.R.E. (Concerned About Recovery Education) Torrey Smith | NFL Legend; 2x Super Bowl Champion; Founder - LEVEL82; former intern - Maryland Representative Elijah Cummings; Task Force Member - Players' Coalition Daniel Webster ScD MPH | Director, Center for Gun Violence Prevention and Policy and co-lead of the Violence Prevention Workgroup of the Bloomberg American Health Initiative at Johns Hopkins University; has published over 120 articles in scientific journals on topics including gun policy and violence prevention With this eighth installment of our Pitch for Change Speaker Series, Athletes' Voices continues to inspire impact and amplify athletes' voices as influencers around a wide range of topics, including the role sports plays in motivating young scholars. Pitch for Change has curated a fascinating group of influencers who will share their first-hand accounts, professional perspective and suggested action items around sports as a conduit for awareness and action related to gun control and violence in our communities.

May 11, 2021

11:00 AM ET

The 2021 Move United Education Conference is ready to provide the tools and training to help demystify disability and make inclusion a reality. This year’s theme, “Join the Movement: Redefining the Reality of Adaptive vs. Inclusive Sport,” brings us together to lead this evolving narrative so that we leave no one on the sidelines. This unique opportunity aims to enable sports providers with the education, awareness, and skills to serve individuals with disabilities in both recreational and competitive sports opportunities. Building off the success of the 2020 Move United Virtual Conference, which reached over 1,800 people from over 900 unique organizations, Move United is pleased to offer the virtual Move United Education Conference May 10-14, 2021. How can we help change the narrative and be champions for athletes with disabilities in our communities? Together.

May 10, 2021

11:00 AM ET

The 2021 Move United Education Conference is ready to provide the tools and training to help demystify disability and make inclusion a reality. This year’s theme, “Join the Movement: Redefining the Reality of Adaptive vs. Inclusive Sport,” brings us together to lead this evolving narrative so that we leave no one on the sidelines. This unique opportunity aims to enable sports providers with the education, awareness, and skills to serve individuals with disabilities in both recreational and competitive sports opportunities. Building off the success of the 2020 Move United Virtual Conference, which reached over 1,800 people from over 900 unique organizations, Move United is pleased to offer the virtual Move United Education Conference May 10-14, 2021. How can we help change the narrative and be champions for athletes with disabilities in our communities? Together.

May 7, 2021

1:00 PM ET | 10:00 AM PT

From the first female GM of a major sports team to the first female Vice President in the history of the United States, 2020 has brought great wins for women throughout all facets of the professional ecosystem. While there is certainly a long way to go, in 2021 SporticoLive will celebrate the visionaries who have kicked open the door that future generations will walkthrough. WOMEN + SPORTS is a two-day event that will bring together the athletes and boardroom trailblazers throughout the world of sports

May 6, 2021

1:00 PM ET | 10:00 AM PT

From the first female GM of a major sports team to the first female Vice President in the history of the United States, 2020 has brought great wins for women throughout all facets of the professional ecosystem. While there is certainly a long way to go, in 2021 SporticoLive will celebrate the visionaries who have kicked open the door that future generations will walkthrough. WOMEN + SPORTS is a two-day event that will bring together the athletes and boardroom trailblazers throughout the world of sports

May 1, 2021

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The Cleveland Power of Sport Summit, presented by KeyBank and the FirstEnergy Foundation will showcase local and national organizations that are utilizing their voices to address topics related to adaptive sports, gender equity, LGBTQIA+ athletes, mental health, racial equity, and more. The goals of the Cleveland Power of Sport Summit are to allow attendees to EXPLORE new ideas, EMBRACE differences, and ENACT positive change in the communities they represent. Four learning zones will allow guests to explore at their own pace: Digital Learning Lounge, Community Corner, Workshops and Demos, and Equality Lounge, presented by the Female Quotient, Cleveland Browns, Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, and Velocity.

Location: Progressive Field | 2401 Ontario Street | Cleveland, OH 44115

April 30, 2021

12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

The Cleveland Power of Sport Summit, presented by KeyBank and the FirstEnergy Foundation will showcase local and national organizations that are utilizing their voices to address topics related to adaptive sports, gender equity, LGBTQIA+ athletes, mental health, racial equity, and more. The goals of the Cleveland Power of Sport Summit are to allow attendees to EXPLORE new ideas, EMBRACE differences, and ENACT positive change in the communities they represent. Four learning zones will allow guests to explore at their own pace: Digital Learning Lounge, Community Corner, Workshops and Demos, and Equality Lounge, presented by the Female Quotient, Cleveland Browns, Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, and Velocity.

Location: Progressive Field | 2401 Ontario Street | Cleveland, OH 44115

April 29, 2021

12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

The Cleveland Power of Sport Summit, presented by KeyBank and the FirstEnergy Foundation will showcase local and national organizations that are utilizing their voices to address topics related to adaptive sports, gender equity, LGBTQIA+ athletes, mental health, racial equity, and more. The goals of the Cleveland Power of Sport Summit are to allow attendees to EXPLORE new ideas, EMBRACE differences, and ENACT positive change in the communities they represent. Four learning zones will allow guests to explore at their own pace: Digital Learning Lounge, Community Corner, Workshops and Demos, and Equality Lounge, presented by the Female Quotient, Cleveland Browns, Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, and Velocity.

Location: Progressive Field | 2401 Ontario Street |Cleveland, OH 44115

April 18, 2021

4:30 PM PT | 7:30 PM ET

Given the unparalleled challenges of the past twelve months, PCA’s upcoming National Youth Sports Awards & Benefit holds a particularly special meaning to us. Annually, the event celebrates the impact youth coaches have by highlighting winners of PCA's Double-Goal Coach® Award. This year it is a matter of great pride to know that the coaches and others we will honor tonight have worked during a time of unimaginable crisis when our youth needed sports and coaches more than ever.

April 16, 2021

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PT | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET

From a pause in play to a push for more progressive racial justice to unanswered questions about the long-lasting impacts of COVID-19 that still linger in the air - what do we wish we knew then, that we know now? On the next GSM Live, guests return one year later from all around the world to talk about how they and sport have transformed over the last year.

April 16, 2021

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST

Historically, positions of leadership and power in professional sports and organized sports, in general, have been occupied by men. What if pro sports were owned, designed, and run by women? How might the experiences change or stay the same – the competition formats, the way athletes are treated, the storytelling themes that get elevated, and the cultural conversation around the value of sports and their intersection with critical issues in society? Recently, we’ve been offered a look into that crystal ball. The success of the National Women’s Soccer League has been driven by a female commissioner with female celebrities as investors. Female athletes have brought the WNBA to new heights by leading the way on racial justice themes in sports. New women’s professional softball, volleyball, and lacrosse leagues introduced by Athletes Unlimited look nothing like traditional men’s leagues. Join the Aspen Institute’s Sports & Society Program for our next Future of Sports conversation on April 16 from 12-1 pm ET when we explore these developments – and how the perspectives of women shaped them. In partnership with Axios Sports, we take the measure of the growth of women’s sports, where it’s headed, and how female-driven innovations could create new opportunities for the sports industry broadly. What can be learned about pro sports as women take control of their games? Speakers include: • Julie Foudy, Angel City FC co-owner, ESPN broadcaster, former U.S. women’s soccer star • Angela Ruggiero, Sports Innovation Lab CEO, Athletes Unlimited advisory board member, former U.S. women’s hockey star

April 15, 2021

11:00 AM - 2:00 PM MT

The Denver Broncos DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) Career Huddle will virtually bring together collegiate students from across the United States to learn more about working in sports after college through discussion panels featuring members of the Denver Broncos football and front office staff.

April 15, 2021

11:00 AM EST

Sports represent a reflection of society, but they can also provide a powerful means to combat racism. This global webinar will examine the state of racism in societies and sports today and provide background on how racism develops and how it can be countered. The webinar will also analyze what is currently being done to address racism through sports and provide practical and tangible ways sports can be used to battle racism.

April 15, 2021

1:00 PM PST | 4:00 PM EST

The Rose Bowl Institute will address issues of collective activism in a one-hour moderated discussion streamed on April 15, 2021, at 1:00 p.m. PT | 4:00 p.m. ET on the Rose Bowl Institute Website and Youtube. The panel discussion will be moderated by Fox News journalist and political analyst Juan Williams engaging four panelists: Stan Kasten, Kiki Stokes, Angela LaChica, and Dr. Amira Davis.

April 11, 2021

We will be hosting a 16 team (adult) hockey tournament at Fifth Third Arena on April 9-11, 2021. We will have four divisions to accommodate multiple skill levels. Each team must raise a minimum of $1,500 to participate in the tournament. Each team must meet a minimum of $1,000 raised by 3/1 and the remaining $500 is due no later than March 15, 2021. All profits from this event will go to benefit the SEDOL Foundation and be allocated towards programs that benefit children and young adults impacted by Autism.

Location: Fifth Third Arena | 1801 W Jackson Blvd Chicago, IL 60612

April 10, 2021

We will be hosting a 16 team (adult) hockey tournament at Fifth Third Arena on April 9-11, 2021. We will have four divisions to accommodate multiple skill levels. Each team must raise a minimum of $1,500 to participate in the tournament. Each team must meet a minimum of $1,000 raised by 3/1 and the remaining $500 is due no later than March 15, 2021. All profits from this event will go to benefit the SEDOL Foundation and be allocated towards programs that benefit children and young adults impacted by Autism.

Location: Fifth Third Arena | 1801 W Jackson Blvd Chicago, IL 60612

April 10, 2021

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Location: Caliente Kitchen & Rum Bar | 5108 W Bluemound Rd | Milwaukee, WI

April 9, 2021

We will be hosting a 16 team (adult) hockey tournament at Fifth Third Arena on April 9-11, 2021. We will have four divisions to accommodate multiple skill levels. Each team must raise a minimum of $1,500 to participate in the tournament. Each team must meet a minimum of $1,000 raised by 3/1 and the remaining $500 is due no later than March 15, 2021. All profits from this event will go to benefit the SEDOL Foundation and be allocated towards programs that benefit children and young adults impacted by Autism.

Location: Fifth Third Arena | 1801 W Jackson Blvd Chicago, IL 60612

April 8, 2021

12:00 PM PDT

Join Institute for the Study of Sport, Society and Social Change for our next conversation for Change as Dr. Akilah Carter-Francique, Executive Director, and Dr. Amy August, Assistant Director, discuss "Where are We Now?: The State of College Athletics in 2021". This conversation will feature college sports leaders, practitioners, and two rising social justice advocacy students from SJSU's Department of Athletics, Annalisa Ronning and Christian Webb. #sjsuwordstoaction

April 7, 2021

11:00 AM PDT | 1:00 PM CST | 2:00 PM EST

Companies are always shining their spotlight on their goods and services. While this may lead to a transaction, it does not nurture a lasting relationship. How can you best align your use with companies to create impactful campaigns? Join Darren as he identifies strategies to establish long-term partnerships, facilitate engagement for employees and promote the community impact, thereby benefitting both the cause and the community.

April 2, 2021

2:30 PM - 4:30 PM EST

On April 2nd, join us to better understand the importance of talking about and de-stigmatizing mental health for athletes. Hear from athletes who have been open about sharing their struggles and stories, and organizations and resources available to help. 2:30 PM EST - Panel: The Importance of Mental Health for Athletes Open Networking 3:30 PM EST - Creating Mental Health Resources & Support for Athletes 4:00 PM EST - Fireside Chat: Destigmatizing Mental Health In Sports

April 1, 2021

2:30 PM - 4:30 PM EST

On April 1, join us to identify your strengths, interests, skills, and purpose. Learn about the important overlap between mindset and identity. Hear from current and former athletes and executives on what you can do today to make positive steps towards your future. 2:30 PM EST - Panel: How to Reshape Your Identity After Sports Open Networking 3:30 PM EST - Perspectives on Mindfulness and Healthy Mental Habits 4:00 PM EST - Fireside Chat: Building YOUR Unique Identity

March 31, 2021

11:00 AM PDT | 1:00 PM CST | 2:00 PM EST

Join David Rhode, founder of Dot Dot Org to discuss the key elements and mindset needed to become successful at building game-changing partnerships that can be a catalyst for the growth of your organization.

March 31, 2021

12:00 PM PT | 3:00 PM ET

Join us on March 31st to learn about the latest research findings on student-athlete mental health during COVID, obtain specific tools and resources to be a gatekeeper for your team or community, and gain insights from a current student-athlete and youth sports coach.

March 29, 2021

7:00 - 8:00 PM ET

In this webinar, a multidisciplinary panel of NYU Langone experts in sports medicine, dance medicine, athletic training, mental health, and nutrition will discuss ways to prepare athletes for pre-season, both mentally and physically, with practical at-home workouts and tips. They will also discuss ways to prevent overtraining and overuse injuries and encourage safe recovery for multi-season athletes, especially between games due to short seasons.

March 25, 2021

Join us virtually for the 2021 Urban Soccer Symposium, presented by Soccer Shots, on March 25 and 26! Sport has the power to heal, transform, and enhance the lives of young people and their communities. However, not all young people have had equal access to the benefits of sport – a stark reality that has been highlighted during the pandemic. The Urban Soccer Symposium provides a unique crossroads for youth sports practitioners, administrators, coaches, and community members to envision a world where all young people have the same access to high-quality sports programming. Through a blend of virtual workshops, keynote speakers, and networking opportunities, attendees will walk away with tangible tools they can use immediately to enhance their programming, and ultimately the lives of all young people.

March 24, 2021

11:00 AM PDT | 1:00 PM CST | 2:00 PM EST

When it comes to marketing campaigns and fundraising tactics, flexibility is key in providing the most beneficial campaign for your nonprofit. Join Corey as he helps you learn and understand your organization's needs and KPI goals to develop a unique marketing and fundraising plan tailored to your nonprofit. Time

March 24, 2021

9:00 AM (EST) - 6:00 PM (EST)

State Of The Industry (SOTI) is SportTechie’s flagship conference focused on sports technology and innovation. As our most comprehensive event we cover a wide range of topics, examining the most important matters from the past year, but with an eye towards the year to come. SportTechie will present several keynote speakers and different track topics each featuring talks from Doers & Innovators and "Forecasting the Future” panels. This year's event will have a special focus on Performance Tech, Venue Technology, Sports Sponsorships, and other Media and Fan Engagement topics! Stay tuned as we roll out all the great content and speakers we have in store for SOTI 2021!

March 23, 2021

5:00 PM - 6:30 PM CT

A moderated conversation focused on the importance of mental health, with strategies and tools to help you cope.

March 23, 2021

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM ET

Join Axios for a Hard Truths event on systemic racism in sports. From youth leagues to elite levels of competition, we'll unpack the deeply entrenched inequities that shape the sports industry today. Axios Sports Editor Kendall Baker and Axios Today host Niala Boodhoo will host one-on-one conversations with: Justin Jackson Running Back, Los Angeles Chargers Jalen Rose ABC/ESPN Analyst Founder, Jalen Rose Leadership Academy Axios Senior Vice President Kristin Burkhalter will host a View from the Top Segment with: Jeremy Goldberg President, LeagueApps

March 19, 2021

10:00 AM GMT - 4:00 PM GMT

Fundraising through social networking platforms is not just the future. It has arrived. So much is going on, whether it be virtual events run entirely on Facebook or innovation on TikTok that we wanted to host the very first event for nonprofit fundraisers dedicated to raising money on 3rd party social platforms. This summit is not just for social fundraising specialists it’s for everyone looking to embrace the changes and challenges of this new frontier. Day 1 - we will showcase tangible case studies of nonprofits taking advantage of these opportunities right now and have an honest discussion about the difficulties this new way of fundraising presents - we have some fantastic speakers in the pipeline. Day 2 - we are running a separate, exclusive training day, dedicated to maximizing the opportunities from Facebook fundraising specifically. Giving you the chance to apply some of what you’ve just heard. We will be sharing how our clients are growing their Facebook income 10x.

March 18, 2021

5:00 PM - 6:30 PM EST

Join us for Athletes' Voices | Pitch for Change | The RETURN TO SCHOOL POST-COVID | Psycho-Social Well-Being, Education + the Role of Sports Presented by the Walton Family Foundation

March 18, 2021

10:00 AM GMT - 4:00 PM GMT

Fundraising through social networking platforms is not just the future. It has arrived. So much is going on, whether it be virtual events run entirely on Facebook or innovation on TikTok that we wanted to host the very first event for nonprofit fundraisers dedicated to raising money on 3rd party social platforms. This summit is not just for social fundraising specialists it’s for everyone looking to embrace the changes and challenges of this new frontier. Day 1 - we will showcase tangible case studies of nonprofits taking advantage of these opportunities right now and have an honest discussion about the difficulties this new way of fundraising presents - we have some fantastic speakers in the pipeline. Day 2 - we are running a separate, exclusive training day, dedicated to maximizing the opportunities from Facebook fundraising specifically. Giving you the chance to apply some of what you’ve just heard. We will be sharing how our clients are growing their Facebook income 10x.