10 WAYS WOMEN ATHLETES CAN

Boost Your Bottom Line


Tuesday, April 30
3 pm ET | Noon PT




Budgets are tight, time is money, and every marketer fears going viral for the wrong reasons. You need to make smart investments that make your brand stand out and help your business grow. 

Enter: elite women athletes. Join our live discussion to hear directly from marketers why investing in women’s sports is just good business. You’ll come away with 10 ideas for how to elevate your brand and boost your bottom line with women athletes. 

Our Hosts

On this webinar, you'll hear from marketers who are all using women athletes to grow their brands and ultimately generate revenue. Our conversation will feature an elite athlete, a leading consumer brand, and an innovative mental healthcare provider. Join us to gain practical tips to leverage women's sports in your marketing. 

Elizabeth Montavon Director of Athlete Marketing & Social Media, Parity and Professional Water Skier

Elizabeth is a professional water skier and an influential advocate for women in sports. A 9-time National Champion, US Open Champion, and Pan Am Champion, she combines her competitive success and personal brand expertise to Parity boost visibility and financial opportunities for women athletes. Her commitment to advancing women’s sports positions her as a pivotal figure in the industry, making significant strides toward equity and autonomy for athletes.

Kelley Puckett Chief Marketing Officer, goodr

Kelley is the Chief Marketing Officer at goodr, a Los Angeles-based athletic eyewear brand that makes $25 active sunglasses for anyone. Prior to joining goodr in 2019, Kelley had a successful career in film marketing and served as the Executive Director of Advertising at Paramount Pictures. Kelley is a UCLA alumna, an ultramarathoner, and proud supporter of organizations like the Special Olympics that advocate for inclusivity in sports.

Joan Zhang Co-Founder & CEO, Arise

Joan is the co-founder and CEO of Arise and started Arise from her own lived experience with eating disorders and seeing the systemic barriers that prevent entire communities from accessing care that works for them. Because of that personal lived experience, Joan has focused her career on leveraging technology to increase accessibility to mental health care at companies like Headspace Health and Click Therapeutics. Joan graduated from Harvard with a degree in psychology and minor in computer science and lives in Houston, TX with her partner (Eric).

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