Christie Rampone - OCP Women in Leadership Lecture Series -Student tickets-FREE
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Christie Rampone is an American professional soccer defender and captain of the United States women's national soccer team. She is a three-time Olympic gold medalist and a two-time FIFA Women's World Cup champion in 1999 and 2015. Rampone is the oldest player to appear in a FIFA Women's World Cup game, and the second most capped player in U.S. and world history.
The Women in Leadership Lecture Series brings influential women from diverse backgrounds to Sonoma State University to share insight and perspective on the changing role of women in leadership.
Christie Rampone is valued as an athlete, woman and leader and will share her personal story with you during a special Q&A discussion. Questions for Rampone may include:
· What do you think makes a defining leader who is a woman?
· Who were your leaders growing up? And how have they impacted you both personally and professionally?
· How do you define your leadership role on the U.S. Women’s National Soccer team both on and off the field?
· What impacts do you think you make on others as a leader?
· What was it like being the only U.S. woman to be on both of the World Cup Champion winning teams?
· What are the positive and challenging aspects of working/coaching only women on a team?
· What advice do you have for young girls who might just be starting their athletic careers?
· How have you used your platform as a woman who is an athlete and leader to help educate others?