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Women’s History Month events for women in sports | 2022

Happy Women’s History Month!

We’re working hard to get our brand new community for women in sports up and running where we’ll soon be able to feature ALL the events and more for women in sport,. In the meantime, we want to help you find events to attend this Women’s History Month and help amplify those who are hosting events for women in sport.

We’ll be updating this list throughout March, so make sure to bookmark this page to stay in the loop!

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WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH + INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY EVENTS FOR WOMEN IN SPORTS

Get the Girls Out | She Jumps | March 4-6, 2022

This year for International Women’s Day, SheJumps is bringing our signature Get the Girls Out! program to women and girls everywhere. A global initiative to encourage outdoor play, Get the Girls Out! on March 4-6, 2022 is a free virtual event that inspires and encourages participants to get outside through fun challenges that can be accomplished anywhere. Regardless of age, ability, geographic location, or experience in the outdoors, Get the Girls Out! celebrates the power of nature to uplift and inspire.

WHEN: March 4-6, 2022

WHERE: Anywhere (via a mobile app)

COST: FREE


Shattering the Glass | Female sport leadership | March 5, 2022

The Nova Scotia Women & Girls Task Force in partnership with Canadian Sport Centre Atlantic, Sport Nova Scotia, Support4Sport and the Province of Nova Scotia are proud to host the 2022 Shattering the Glass: Female Sport Leadership Conference.

This is the fourth year of this exciting conference. This year’s theme is Athlete Centered Design – keeping our female athletes at the forefront of planning and programs.

Please join us for a day of sharing, networking and development.

WHEN: March 5, 2022

WHERE: Virtual

COST: FREE


Breaking the Bias: The Women Changing the Sports Industry | CSM | March 7, 2022

The power of sport to drive change is unmatched. Its ability to inspire, break down barriers and bring people together across the world is a rare gift. However, gender disparity endures within the industry. Women athletes and leaders – who have defied stereotypes to become international icons – are still faced with gender discrimination.

How do we break that bias? By changing the way the next generation interacts with our industry. In this panel discussion, we’ve invited a few of our incredible CSM Mentoring Challenge mentors and SBJ Game Changers to share their stories on how they broke through the bias to make their way to the top.

WHEN: March 7, 2022

WHERE: Virtual

COST: FREE


Women in Basketball Speaker Series | Canada Basketball | March 8 – April 2, 2022

Returning for its second year, and tipping off on International Women’s Day on March 8th, this virtual 4-week program will feature a variety of engagements that celebrate and enhance the participation of women in the game of basketball. Through workshops, panel discussions, fireside chats and professional development sessions, women will have a variety of opportunities to expand their thinking and build their skills around our game. This event aims to provide affordable opportunities for women in sport to participate and learn from leaders in the sport of basketball. The program will focus on a different aspect of the game each week:

March 8-12: Grow Our Game
March 13-19: Coach Our Game
March 20-26: Play Our Game
March 27-April 2: Ref Our Game

WHEN: March 8 – April 2, 2022 (Different weekly focuses)

WHERE: Virtual

COST: $25 (+$15 workshop add-ons)


Learn Cricket + AFL | her AUSSIE SPORTS x Reclink Australia | March 8, 2022

Celebrate IWD at a free one day event for adult women to have a go at learning cricket and AFL in a safe and inclusive environment.

WHEN: March 8, 2022

WHERE: East Perth, Australia

COST: FREE


2022 SheBelieves Summit – U.S. Soccer | March 18-19, 2022

Our friend, Jahaan Blake, is a moderator for this event!

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U.S. Soccer and the U.S. Women’s National Team created #shebelieves to inspire girls and women to accomplish their goals and dreams – athletic, academic, or otherwise. On March 18 – 19, 2022 U.S. Soccer will host the 2022 SheBelieves Summit, presented by Deloitte virtually and in-person! With U.S. Soccer and Deloitte’s shared vision of inspiring the next generation, the 2022 SheBelieves Summit will provide college students and young professionals the opportunity to gain valuable insights through panel discussions, professional development workshops, and interactive demonstrations centered around the SheBelieves core pillars of Confidence, Career, and Community. Participants will hear from a diverse range of women in leadership who are driving progress in sports, business, and entertainment discuss what inspired them to dream, what they did to achieve that dream, who helped them get there, and where they are now. To learn more about SheBelieves initiatives visit the SheBelieves Hub on ussoccer.com.

WHEN: March 18-19, 2022

WHERE: Virtual + In-Person (Los Angeles, California)

COST: $15-$45


UNB Women in Sport Conference | April 2-3, 2022

The 2022 UNB Women in Sport Virtual Conference will educate and empower girls and women to be confident, passionate, and resilient leaders within sport, the community, and their everyday lives. The conference includes a keynote speaker and various panel discussions and workshops. It is an opportunity to inspire a community of delegates through engaging discussions and interactions, and hearing from strong and leading female voices in sport. 

We aim to use the power of sport as a catalyst for social change and gender equity. We invite students and members of the community across Canada who share a passion for sport and breaking barriers to join our conversation. 

WHEN: April 2-3, 2022

WHERE: Virtual

COST: FREE

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