Toronto, ON: On Thursday February 24th, 2022, The Black Canadian Coaches Association (BCCA) will be hosting Coaching Black HERstory, highlighting the current mentors and mentees from the Black Female Coach Mentorship Program (BFCMP). The BFCMP is mentorship program in its second year created in collaboration with The Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) to match aspiring, current and former BIPOC identifying female coaches across Canada. The BFCMP is comprised of a diverse group of present and future trailblazers within the sport industry in Canada as mentors and mentees range from current collegiate student athletes to Olympic medal winning athletes and coaches.
The Black Female Coach Mentorship Program focuses on three main objectives:
- Providing Black female mentorship;
- Advancing coach professionalization amongst both program mentors and mentees; and
- Providing a sustainable model of formalized mentorship that increases accessibility, support, and leadership development for Black female coaches in sport.
Coaching Black HERstory is a celebration of female black excellence at all levels of Canadian sports. Join BFCMP mentors and mentees as they discuss their sport journeys, triumphs and ongoing developments in a open public forum. The session will be moderated by BCCA Founder and Director, Lee Anna Osei.
To register, click here: Coaching Black HERstory
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