On Tuesday, March 15, at 8:00 p.m.
EST, the women of the world will gather in the Rose Garden of the White House for the launch of the Women’s Lacrosse Forum.
The forum is a celebration of the sport and a forum to discuss how to best promote the sport of women’s lacrerosse in a more progressive and inclusive way.
This event marks the first time that the Women, Women’s and Girls of Lacrosse have met to discuss the sport.
The Women’s LACRIFY forum will feature guest speakers from the women’s sports and media communities, including ESPN, ESPN2, NBC, and ESPN.
Topics will include the growing number of women in the game, current trends and trends in women’s sport, and the future of women lacrosse.
The event is sponsored by the American Foundation for Women, the National Women’s Soccer League, and National Lacrosse Foundation.
“The Women’s Women’s Sports and Entertainment Forum will bring together the women, women’s and girls of all genders and backgrounds to discuss ways to further advance women’s participation in sports, and to encourage the development of new opportunities for women’s play and sport in the United States,” said Julie Breen, co-chair of the National Lacroix Foundation.
Lacrosse is a sport in which the goal is to score as many points as possible and score in as many ways as possible.
The goal is also to not lose your ball.
The Women Lacrosse forum will include panels, panel discussions, and a breakout session from a top national sports and entertainment company.
Panelists include former NFL quarterback and current NBA player Deion Sanders, former NBA Commissioner David Stern, former MLB Commissioner David Ortiz, and former NBA Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations, Kevin Demoff.
Demoff will discuss the state of women and men’s lacroix, and Ortiz will discuss his journey to the National Basketball Association.
Other panelists include ESPN’s Bill Simmons, current ESPN analyst and former ESPN executive, Jemele Hill, and Olympic medalist McKayla Maroney.
“Our goal is for women to have the opportunity to participate in this forum and to be heard,” said Demoff in a press release.
“I want this to be a place where all women can come and share their stories, and be part of a dialogue to promote the advancement of the game.
I want to make sure that women can speak freely and openly and not be silenced, and I hope that this forum serves as a catalyst to make that happen.”
Demoff, who is also the co-host of the show Inside Lacrosse, will host the panel discussion on March 16, and Simmons will host an open discussion.
Panelists will also feature former NFL players, current NBA players, former NHL players, and current NFL Commissioner David Lerner.
Lerner, who was commissioner of the New York Rangers and the National Hockey League, will discuss how the sport is being represented in the entertainment industry and how the players and their representatives are being represented.
Lerner will also discuss the current trends in the sport, as well as the future direction of the women and girls.
“It’s time to make our voices heard and we need to do it together,” Lerner said.
“I know I’m not alone in my journey.
We have women in all walks of life that are working together to make this sport of lacrosse a reality,” said Hill.
Forbes Magazine named LACROIX the “Sexiest Female Sport” in 2018.
Read more about the Women Lacrox Forum and the Women National Lacros.