First female NFL Coach and Motivational Speaker
Jen talks about how her Dad taught her what bravery is. You’ll learn more about Jen when her book “Play Big” comes out in October!
To hear the full Women to Watch™ Media interview with Jen, listen below.
Dr. Jen Welter is the first female to coach in the NFL. In summer 2015, she served as a linebackers’ coach for the Arizona Cardinals. She appears regularly as an NFL and sports analyst on NBC, ESPN, and the NFL Network and in national newspapers and other publications. Welter has become a regular empowerment and sports speaker, asked to stump for Hillary Clinton on the election trail in 2016, and sharing the stage at events with sports and political giants like Serena Williams and Condoleeza Rice at events across the country. ESPNW just named her one of the 25 most influential women in sport in 2015. Welter holds a doctorate degree in Psychology, a Master’s in Sport Psychology, and a bachelor’s degree from Boston College. She has 18 years of experience in fitness and as a professional athlete. Welter is a native of Vero Beach, Florida.
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