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We bring you adventures, stories, and resources to inspire and keep you moving. Here's your SWSCD Fall Roundup. 

How do we stay connected and lift each other up through COVID-19? The pandemic has taken a toll on many. Sport offers a unique opportunity to bring people together and help communities recover. When we're active it helps us physically and mentally, and gives us a sense of belonging and confidence. 

Our Fall issue of SWSCD Roundup brings you stories of women who are overcoming challenges and bringing people together, building mental resilience during difficult times, helping seniors with dementia stay active, and mobilizing people to make our communities more inclusive. Join our growing SeeWhatSheCanDo community and let's celebrate all WE can do together. 

Christina Egi: Never Stop Moving: Staying Active with Dementia 
Get inspired to exercise your mind and body with helpful strategies by Christina Egi on the use of physical activity to combat dementia.  Learn more about how Christina is helping seniors to turn exercise into a lifestyle and the benefits of physical activity in reducing dementia.
Women in Tech Summit NYC Panel: Making Responsible Mainstream
The Women in IT Summit New York held a virtual roundtable on October 29, 2020. SeeWhatSheCanDo’s very own Tina Finelli was a guest speaker along with a great panel of women leaders in tech to talk about how to make tech sustainable and ethical, and the role that organizations can play in supporting tech in the upcoming months.
Angela Han: Helping Fellow Lawyers Get "Fit to Practice"
Angela Han is helping fellow lawyers to overcome challenges and adversity by coaching for mental and physical health with exercise. Finding passion in her biggest pain led her create an online community for lawyers to address mental and physical wellness called Fit to Practice Society. 
Lakshmi Jayanthi: Encouraging Our Kids to Play
Lakshmi Jayanthi, founder of Pickup Sports, chats with us about how to introduce young kids to sports at home, in a fun way. We learn about how physical literacy skills like motor and ball control skills build confidence and a life-long love of sports. SAVE 10%: Click here to enjoy a special SeeWhatSheCanDo 10% discount on Pickup Sports' at-home sports kits and virtual coaching for kids 3-6yrs old. 
Jacqueline Kaggwa: Finding My Voice Through Sport to Help Others Find Theirs
SeeWhatSheCanDo's intern Jacqueline talks about the impact that sport has had on her self-confidence and ability to step into leadership roles to give marginalized voices a platform. She also talks about her work at SeeWhatSheCanDo in support of female voices including contributions to our podcasts and newsletter.
Coping with COVID: 4 Reasons to Take a Family Hike
As a lawyer, Amee Sandhu began hiking as a way to relax, improve her mental health, and wellness. Hiking has become a great family weekend activity and a coping strategy for overcoming challenging pandemic times. Read more about ways to make hiking apart of your family weekend activities.
Samra Zafar: Mental Resilience During Difficult Times
Keynote speaker Samra Zafar is a bestselling author of A Good Wife: Escaping the Life I Never Chose, international speaker, and featured speaker at Aurora Chamber of Commerce's most recent Women's Summit. Read about her journey of escaping an abusive relationship, and the importance of community and human connection in getting her through adversity and building mental resilience during difficult times.
Beth David's Student Guide to Eating and Cooking in Small Spaces 
Beth David provides practical tips on maintaining a healthy lifestyle to reduce stress and build resilience during the pandemic by getting creative with cooking in small spaces with her Healthy Away from Home Guide. 
Dana Beattie On Becoming the First Women Assistant Strength Coach for the Toronto Argos 
As the first female Assistant Strength Coach hired by the Toronto Argonauts, Dana Beattie is a game-changer in the male-dominated sport of football. Hear about what Dana has to say about turning her passion for football into a career, working with injured players, and advice on how women can begin a career in football. 
Dana Garland: Harnessing Her Love of Sports to Live A Healthy Life and Pursue Her Dream Career.
Dana Garland shares how her love of sport has helped her to pursue a career as a paramedic. Read more about the impact of sport in Dana's life from keeping an active lifestyle to building life skills that are important for any paramedic to have including confidence, discipline, motivation and teamwork skills.
What Would You Say to Your Younger Self?
The Notes to Self Project is a photo collection of letters written to one's younger self. Check out stories from Laura a fitness instructor who uses sport to inspire women to be their best selves, and Sandy a runner who gained confidence through sport.
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Join us as we uncover stories of hope, resilience, community, and creative thinking from active women and sport-lovers. We celebrate the challenges and successes that spark growth and talk to supporters who encourage us to DO what we love most. Do you have an interesting sport story? Be a guest on our Podcast.
What We Can All Do in the Upcoming Months to Lift Each Other Up
Great offers available through the SWSCD Athlete Advisor Business Directory.
SWSCD Biz member stories that inspire and help you keep moving.  Discover more businesses on the SWSCD Athlete Advisor Business Directory.
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