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September 14, 2021 59 min

For nearly 30 years Laura Okmin has covered the biggest names on the biggest stages. As a sportscaster, teacher, and creator she’s helped tell the stories of Super Bowl Champions, Olympians, and countless other athletes. Now we got to talk about her story, the trials she’s overcome and her ability to grab back the reigns of her life.


As one of Sports Illustrated “Most Powerful and Influential Women” in sports, she doesn’t take that lightly. Using her platform for good, she founded Galvanize, a sisterhood that helps all women of all ages & stages as they navigate the world of sports. Listen in for an empowering conversation that will remind you that you have the power to be exactly who you want to be.


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