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Ainka Jess is one of the top 100 most powerful women in Canada according to Women’s Executive Network. WXN, a powerful network of professional women in Canada, awarded Ainka the prestigious title in their Arts, Sports, and Entertainment category.
Ainka, who was a season #1 guest here on Run It Like a Girl, formed an organization called She’s4Sports after hearing about the negative experiences of some female sports fans, and seeing a lack of diversity in sport media coverage. She’s4Sports works to address gender equity and inclusion in sport, and in society in general.
On this episode of Run It Like a Girl, Ainka talks about the business side of She’s4Sports entrepreneurship, time management, and forming authentic partnerships, and she has tons of advice for those starting out.
Learn more about Ainka and She's4Sports
Also, check out this awesome looking upcoming event: Register here
Join She’s4Sports and Canadian Women and Sport on March 10, in celebration of International Women’s day. Our panelists will share their journeys in sport with moderator Ainka Jess, Founder of She's4Sports. The discussion will focus on how leaders in sport are using their platform to drive change and challenge barriers that prevent women, girls and people from marginalized spaces from participating in sport.