Photos from our Conference
credits to Tommaso Carmassi and ArtMediaSport
Wednesday, 25th September 2019
Grand Hotel Palace, Rome
RED SOX versus REDSTOCKINGS
Women in Sport – pursuing gender equity
Both baseball supporters and feminist activists have strong beliefs, but how their support is channeled depends on how the media portrays them in social contexts. After some of the prominent women’s world tournaments there has been a wave of policies that support female athletes, with benefits like equal prize money and maternity leave. Raffaella Masciadri, Italian basketball champion and president of the Athlete Commission of the Italian National Olympic Committee, together with Gian Marco Sandri, Founder and CEO of Artmediamix and ArtmediaSport, will share their points of view and perspectives on the future of women in sport.
Italian Basketball Champion and
President of the Athlete Commission of the Italian Olympic Committee
Gian Marco Sandri
Founder and CEO of ArtMediaMix and ArtMediaSport
Raffaella Masciadri is an Italian Basketball Champion. For 8 years, until 2018, Raffaella has been the Captain of the Italian National team and for 15 years the Captain of the Italian club “Famila Schio”. She also played in WNBA with the Los Angeles Sparks and New York Liberty. Her excellent track record is made of 10 Italian Championships, 11 SuperCups, 9 Italian Cups, 1 FIBA Europe Cup and 2 FIBA EUROLEAGUE Final Eight, 1 Gold and 1 Silver Medal at the Mediterranean Games (2001, 2009), 1 Gold Medal at the Universiade of 2003. Raffaella is the President of the CONI (Italian Olympic Committee) Athletes’ Commission (CNA) and Councilor in the National Council of CONI. She is Councilor and Representative of the women’s sector of GIBA, the Italian basketball players’ association. Since August 2019, Raffaella is Team Manager of the senior team of “Famila Basket” and Project Development Manager of the Youth Sector.
Gian Marco Sandri