Blair, who pitched for the Peoria Redwings in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League in the 1940s, is one of the leaders in a movement to establish a museum that honors women in baseball.
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For Women’s History Month, we asked the Growing Bolder Community to tell us about a woman who has had a positive impact on their lives. Here are just a few of those inspiring, uplifting responses.
Donna Orender is a powerhouse executive whose innovative leadership shaped some of the most recognizable brands in the sports industry.
As we celebrate International Women’s Day, we would be remiss not to acknowledge the power and the wisdom of Oprah Winfrey, now 67. She is a rock star in every sense.
The Growing Bolder community knows how to jam! We asked for your favorite women-led songs and created a playlist with them!
Kim Ng was named general manager of the Miami Marlins last week–taking a bold step as the first woman GM in any of the major men’s sports leagues in North America.
This group of Adventure Women has spent the past eight years hiking rocky trails, paddling blackwater rivers, biking coastal islands and zip-lining down a mountain. But above all, they’ve learned the true value in sharing experiences and living life together.
Beverly D’Angelo is one of the most fascinating women in Hollywood. Now in her 60s, she describes what it’s like to have teenagers and why creativity, not success, has always been the driving force in her life.
Anne Archer has starred in some of the biggest blockbusters in Hollywood history, but that doesn’t mean she’s immune to the industry’s ageism and sexism. Find out how she’s fighting back and feeling bolder than ever!
While some people take the notion of aging very seriously, others point out the humor in it, including the very funny Annabelle Gurwitch. Now 53, she lampoons the indignity of aging, particularly for women.
What does it mean to be a woman? Fashion designer Bri Seeley posed that question to women and their answers stunned her. See how the conversation launched a movement.
Can your grandma do a one-arm pullup or deadlift 215 pounds? Willie Murphy can! Get to know this 105-pound, 77-year-old dynamo and listen to her important message, particularly for women or seniors who think they can’t strength train.