Gridiron Queendom, a sports media company dedicated to women and girls who play or are fans of American football, is launching an eye-opening interview series that delves into the minds and motivations of girls and women who play tackle football.
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The month of October is nationally recognized as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Even the NFL redirects its focus to this important cause by donning its athletes, staff, and fans in the color pink to commemorate the lives of women lost, and the fortitude of women who continue to persevere in the fight.
Gridiron Queendom (GIQ) is honoring women and girls in October by launching its “GIQ Chalk Talk” interview series which provides a heretofore unseen glimpse into the lives of girls and women breaking barriers in the last male-dominated sport: football.
The “GIQ Chalk Talk” series will launch on Wednesday, October 5th and will be a platform for women and girls to give the world an understanding of their accomplishments and struggles with being a female who plays American football.
The “GIQ Chalk Talk” series will feature athletes such as 15 year-old Brooke Liebsch, 16 year-old Evonnie Ramos, and 10 year-old Giovanna Capri, all of whom are pioneers in tackle football.
For additional information about the “GIQ Chalk Talk” series visit www.gridironqueendom.com or email info[at]giqueendom[dot]com.