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The 19th Represents 2022 Hybrid Summit

50 Years of Title IX

This event took place from June 15-17, 2022.
In June 2022, our third annual 19th Represents Summit focused on the 50th anniversary of Title IX. We looked at the history and impact of this landmark law, celebrated its successes and talked to leaders across many fields about the future work of gender equality. You can watch the full summit to hear keynotes from Senator Elizabeth Warren, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona and WNBA star Candace Parker – as well as conversations on protections for LGBTQ+ students, pregnancy discrimination, the gender pay gap and much more.

Speakers

Explore Title IX and its impact with champions of gender equality from across law, academia, politics, sports, STEM and more.

Karla Arango

Student Survivor and Advocate, End Rape on Campus (she/her)

Student Survivor and Advocate, End Rape on Campus (she/her)

Nancy Armour

Columnist, USA TODAY Sports (she/her)

Columnist, USA TODAY Sports (she/her)

Kate Bahn

Chief Economist, Washington Center for Equitable Growth (she/her)

Chief Economist, Washington Center for Equitable Growth (she/her)

Katie Barnes

Journalist, ESPN (they/them)

Journalist, ESPN (they/them)

Tarika Barrett, Ph.D.

CEO, Girls Who Code (she/her)

CEO, Girls Who Code (she/her)

Scout Bassett

Paralympic Track and Field Athlete (she/her)

Paralympic Track and Field Athlete (she/her)

Amanda Becker

Amanda Becker

Washington Correspondent, The 19th (she/her)

Amanda Becker

Washington Correspondent, The 19th (she/her)

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Jessica Berman

Commissioner, National Women’s Soccer League (she/her)

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Commissioner, National Women’s Soccer League (she/her)

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Kate Calvin, Ph.D.

Chief Scientist and Senior Climate Adviser, NASA (she/her)

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Chief Scientist and Senior Climate Adviser, NASA (she/her)

Miguel Cardona

Education Secretary, U.S. Department of Education (he/him)

Education Secretary, U.S. Department of Education (he/him)

Chabeli Carrazana

Chabeli Carrazana

Economy Reporter, The 19th (she/her)

Chabeli Carrazana

Economy Reporter, The 19th (she/her)

Julia B. Chan

Editor-in-Chief, The 19th (she/they)

Editor-in-Chief, The 19th (she/they)

Neena Chaudhry

General Counsel, National Women’s Law Center (she/her)

General Counsel, National Women’s Law Center (she/her)

Brandy Clark

Grammy Nominated Singer, Songwriter (she/her)

Grammy Nominated Singer, Songwriter (she/her)

Brittany Collens

Professional Tennis Player (she/her)

Professional Tennis Player (she/her)

Cheryl Contee

CEO, The Impact Seat Foundation and Founder & Board Chair, Do Big Things (she/her)


Sponsor

CEO, The Impact Seat Foundation and Founder & Board Chair, Do Big Things (she/her)


Sponsor

Wendy Chun-Hoon

Director of the Women’s Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor (she/her)

Director of the Women’s Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor (she/her)

Johanna Derlega

Chief Revenue Officer, The 19th (she/her)

Chief Revenue Officer, The 19th (she/her)

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Jennifer Doudna, Ph.D.

Nobel Prize-Winning Biochemist for Co-inventing CRISPR (she/her)

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Nobel Prize-Winning Biochemist for Co-inventing CRISPR (she/her)

Fatima Goss Graves

President and CEO, National Women’s Law Center (she/her)

President and CEO, National Women’s Law Center (she/her)

Jennifer Gerson

Reporter, The 19th (she/her)

Reporter, The 19th (she/her)

Leigh Fondakowski

Creator and Host, “Feminist Files” Podcast (they/she)

Creator and Host, “Feminist Files” Podcast (they/she)

Suzette Hackney

National Columnist, USA TODAY (she/her)

National Columnist, USA TODAY (she/her)

Errin Haines

Errin Haines

Editor-at-Large, The 19th (she/her)

Errin Haines

Editor-at-Large, The 19th (she/her)

Michelle Holder, Ph.D.

President and CEO, Washington Center for Equitable Growth (she/her)

President and CEO, Washington Center for Equitable Growth (she/her)

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Jewel

Grammy-Nominated Singer, Songwriter and Mental Health Advocate (she/her)

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Grammy-Nominated Singer, Songwriter and Mental Health Advocate (she/her)

Abby Johnston

Abby Johnston

Deputy Editor, The 19th (she/her)

Abby Johnston

Deputy Editor, The 19th (she/her)

Maria Klawe, Ph.D.

President, Harvey Mudd College (she/her)

President, Harvey Mudd College (she/her)

Jessica Lee

Senior Staff Attorney, UC Hastings College of the Law (she/they)

Senior Staff Attorney, UC Hastings College of the Law (she/they)

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Nicole Lynn Lewis

Founder and CEO, Generation Hope (she/her)

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Founder and CEO, Generation Hope (she/her)

Shefali Luthra

Shefali Luthra

Health Care Reporter, The 19th (she/her)

Shefali Luthra

Health Care Reporter, The 19th (she/her)

Victoria Jackson

Clinical Assistant Professor, Arizona State University (she/her)

Clinical Assistant Professor, Arizona State University (she/her)

Sara Luterman

Caregiving Reporter, The 19th (she/her)

Caregiving Reporter, The 19th (she/her)

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U.S. Rep. Nancy Mace

Republican, South Carolina (she/her)

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Republican, South Carolina (she/her)

Benita Miller

Executive Director, Powerful Families, Powerful Communities (she/her)

Executive Director, Powerful Families, Powerful Communities (she/her)

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MILCK

Singer-songwriter, Producer and Advocate

Woman with dark hair

Singer-songwriter, Producer and Advocate

Amalia Mondragón

Singer, Songwriter and Producer (she/he/they)

Singer, Songwriter and Producer (she/he/they)

Alondra Nelson, Ph.D.

Head of White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (she/her)

Head of White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (she/her)

Nadra Nittle

Education Reporter, The 19th (she/her)

Education Reporter, The 19th (she/her)

Candice Norwood

Candice Norwood

Reporter, The 19th (she/her)

Candice Norwood

Reporter, The 19th (she/her)

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Ann Olivarius, Ph.D.

Attorney and Plaintiff, Alexander v. Yale University (she/her)

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Attorney and Plaintiff, Alexander v. Yale University (she/her)

Mariel Padilla

Mariel Padilla

General Assignment Reporter, The 19th (she/her)

Mariel Padilla

General Assignment Reporter, The 19th (she/her)

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Candace Parker

WNBA Champion and Producer, “Title IX: 37 Words That Changed America” (she/her)

Woman with curly black hair

WNBA Champion and Producer, “Title IX: 37 Words That Changed America” (she/her)

Shiwali Patel

Director, National Women’s Law Center (she/her)

Director, National Women’s Law Center (she/her)

Flora Peir

News Editor, The 19th (she/her)

News Editor, The 19th (she/her)

Emily Ramshaw

Emily Ramshaw

Co-Founder and CEO, The 19th (she/her)

Emily Ramshaw

Co-Founder and CEO, The 19th (she/her)

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Maya Satya Reddy

Former Professional Golfer and Founder, Queer Asian Social Club (she/her)

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Former Professional Golfer and Founder, Queer Asian Social Club (she/her)

Richard Reyes-Gavilan

Executive Director, D.C. Public Library (he/him)

Executive Director, D.C. Public Library (he/him)

Kate Sosin

Kate Sosin

LGBTQ+ Reporter, The 19th (they/them)

Kate Sosin

LGBTQ+ Reporter, The 19th (they/them)

Dawn Staley

2022 NCAA National Champion; Head Coach, South Carolina Gamecocks Women’s Basketball Team (she/her)

2022 NCAA National Champion; Head Coach, South Carolina Gamecocks Women’s Basketball Team (she/her)

Candice Storey Lee, Ed.D.

Vice Chancellor and Athletic Director, Vanderbilt University (she/her)

Vice Chancellor and Athletic Director, Vanderbilt University (she/her)

Juana Summers

Co-host, All Things Considered (she/her)

Co-host, All Things Considered (she/her)

U.S. Rep Lori Trahan

Democrat, Massachusetts (she/her)

Democrat, Massachusetts (she/her)

Tori Tyson

Head Softball Coach, Howard University (she/her)

Head Softball Coach, Howard University (she/her)

Jessica White

Director of Title IX Office, Howard University (she/her)

Director of Title IX Office, Howard University (she/her)

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U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren

Democrat, Massachusetts (she/her)

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Democrat, Massachusetts (she/her)

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Maya Wiley

President and CEO, The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights (she/her)

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President and CEO, The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights (she/her)

Amanda Zamora

Amanda Zamora

Co-Founder and Publisher, The 19th (she/her)

Amanda Zamora

Co-Founder and Publisher, The 19th (she/her)

Special Thanks

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