October 24, 2013
Justine Siegal (right), associate director for Sport in Society, was honored as an “Everyday Hero” at the 4th annual espnW Women + Sports Summit on October 10, 2013 for working to promote and grow sports for girls and women in their local communities.
Siegal, who is also the founder and executive director of Baseball for All, received $10,000 from Toyota in a surprise, second award ceremony to further her organization’s work.
Kate Harris (left) introduced Baseball For All and Siegal at the espnW award ceremony by talking about what the organization has meant to her. Harris started playing for the Baseball for All Sparks when she was 11 years old. Now 18, Kate is focused on building more opportunities for girls through the organization.
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