Best Schlachter podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Radio Influence - Digital Audio
 
Mark Schlereth w/ Bickley & Marotta heard on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM
 
The Adelaide Podcast is my award-winning seasonal show. It’s full of inspirational conversations and actionable ideas designed to help you become the best you can be and achieve your potential. It’s created and produced by me (Adelaide) and my incredible team (Rob and Matt). We’re really excited to have an audience of athletes and ambitious men and women of all ages, all over the world.
 
The Fitness Buff Show is the leading source for high-performance living, featuring interviews with fitness authors, trainers, and celebrities to help you perform better. Hosted by triathlete and fitness journalist Pete Williams, the show has welcomed such guests as Martina Navratilova, Nina Hartley, Marilu Henner, Lisa Rinna, Jeff Conine, Heidi Strobel Hamels (Survivor), Mark Verstegen (Core Performance), and pro triathlete Jessi Stensland.
 
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This week’s guest is Dari Passarello Herman, former sports and entertainment attorney, who turned her love of running and disdain for existing headbands into a new business. She is the Owner/Creator of SparklySoul Headbands. Dari’s path is obviously unique given where she landed. Well before her entrepreneurial hustle started, however, she was ...…
 
Our guest this week is Sarah Axelson, Sr. Director of Advocacy at the Women’s Sports Foundation. Sarah was an athlete all through college and wasn’t quite sure what to do near graduation when she was alerted to an internship by a friend. She’s been with WSF ever since. She talks about her career but also talk a lot about what WSF does and how p ...…
 
Stefanie Jewett, CEO/Founder of Activvely – a fitness app that matches people together as workout buddies or activity friends – joins Bobbi-Sue on this week’s episode of LTPF. Stefanie was not a sports girl growing up and truly thought her passion was in broadcast journalism. She had many interesting internships in politics and advocacy before ...…
 
This week, Bobbi-Sue speaks with children’s book author, Shelly Boyum-Breen. She is the author of the “Shelly Bean the Sports Queen” books. Growing up in MN, Shelly spent countless hours on the basketball court, neighborhood hockey rinks and local golf courses. She spent five years in the education field, coaching college and high school basket ...…
 
Celeste Bell, the Senior Director, Talent Acquisition for Major League Baseball. is this week’s guest on the pod. Celeste’s career has been full of twists and turns much like other guests. While in school, Celeste thought she wanted to be an athletic trainer until an internship showed her maybe that wasn’t her path. She then had a couple of oth ...…
 
This week’s guest is Donna Orender. Donna is a powerhouse in the sports world. Not only did she play professional basketball in the original women’s basketball league, but she also spent 18 years at the PGA, and was the president of the WNBA during one of its most pivotal moments. During her time at the PGA and at the W, Donna helped create the ...…
 
This week’s guest is America East Conference Commissioner, Amy Huchthausen. She is the first woman to lead the conference and has received many industry accolades including being named to the Sports Business Journal’s “40 under 40” and “Game Changers.” Prior to being a Commissioner at the America East, she was with the NCAA and a few other conf ...…
 
This week’s episode features Jaclyn Miller, the Director of Marketing & Communications for Up2Us Sports. Up2Us Sports is the nationwide leader in engaging, training, and supporting sports coaches to serve as mentors and role models to youth living in some of America’s most under served communities. Jaclyn’s commitment to giving back and working ...…
 
This week’s episode of Leveling The Playing Field is with Kate T. Parker. Kate is a photographer whose series of photographs titled Strong is the New Pretty went viral in 2015 after a failed gallery showing. The response was tremendous and she has since turned the series into a book called “Strong Is The New Pretty: A Celebration of Girls Being ...…
 
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! On this week’s show, Bobbi-Sue talks about some of the things/people she’s grateful for and she geeks out about the new planner she ordered for 2019. This is our first multi-guest episode and for really good reason. The co-founders of Asiya, Fatimah Hussein and Jamie Glover, join Bobbi-Sue to talk about the company ...…
 
This week’s episode is a special one just in time for Thanksgiving. It’s so important to take time to be grateful for the good things in our lives and to be grateful for what sport can do. Katie Lentz was in a head-on collision with a drunk driver just before her sophomore year at Tulane. She was in school in a pre-dental program and had planne ...…
 
Bobbi-Sue Doyle-Hazard’s guest this week is Janis Burke, CEO of the Harris County–Houston Sports Authority. She became the third chief executive and first woman to hold the position. In addition to overseeing the billion dollars of bond debt service for Houston’s professional sports stadiums, under her leadership, Houston has been awarded major ...…
 
Quick “mini-sode” for LTPF listeners. You can now join the Leveling The Playing Field Group on Facebook. Bobbi-Sue also reminds y’all to go out and vote and, if you’re in Florida, vote “yes” on the voting rights amendment. You can follow the podcast on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LTPFPod or check out the website at LTPFPod.com. Bobbi-S ...…
 
Happy 50th episode!! Bobbi-Sue celebrates by making a few announcements. Keep your eyes open for a private group on Facebook, merchandise, and a new website. And, of course, lots of gratitude to you, our listeners, and Jerry and Jason at Radio Influence. This week’s episode is with Tracie Speca-Ventura, Founder & President of Sports and the Art ...…
 
This week’s episode starts with Bobbi-Sue talking about her experience at the Women’s Sports Museum Gala where trailblazers Donna Orender, Justine Siegal, the IAWA, and Lauren Holtkamp-Sterling were honored. She is so proud that the first event that the LTPF sponsored was this event. In addition, Bobbi-Sue shares about speaking on a panel at a ...…
 
After a really tough couple of weeks for a lot of women in this country, this week’s guest brings a lot of hope because she’s helping to empower young girls to be go-getters, innovators, risk takers, and leaders. Jessica Muroff is the CEO of the Girl Scouts of West Central Florida. As a former Girl Scout herself, Jessica truly believes in the m ...…
 
This week’s episode is with Christina Unkel, one of three American female FIFA referees. Christina began refereeing at the age of 10. She worked her way up the ranks (once she realized that there were ranks to climb) and now has a FIFA badge. You can find her traveling across the world to referee elite women’s soccer matches. Oh….and her day jo ...…
 
This week’s episode starts with a bit of news! Our 50th episode is coming up! Tell us how we should celebrate. Help us get to 100 reviews on Apple Podcasts and 500 followers on Instagram! Also, we’re thinking of selling swag! Tell us what you want to see in the store. In addition, we’ve become “big time.” LTPF is a media sponsor for the 3rd ann ...…
 
This episode of Leveling The Playing Field starts with Bobbi-Sue talking about the launch of the Tampa Bay chapter of WISE. There were no less than six former guests and at least one future guest in attendance. Make sure you join the chapter if you’re in Tampa. If not, check out where the closest chapter is and join! It is a great way to networ ...…
 
This week’s episode of Leveling The Playing Field starts with Bobbi-Sue talking about the debacle at the US Open’s ladies finals and how mad she is about it. We move quickly to reminding everyone about the MLB Player’s Trust’s Michael Weiner Scholarship for Labor Studies. Go to Playerstrust.org to apply. Our guest this week is Kathy Burrows, CE ...…
 
We are coming up on the 40th anniversary of the landmark victory of Ludkte v. Kuhn. Melissa Ludtke, at the time a 20-something sports reporter for Sports Illustrated, was barred from entering the Yankees clubhouse while on assignment during the World Series. MLB policies banned women from locker rooms at the time. Ludtke’s suit was about equal ...…
 
Laura Okmin is one of the most recognizable faces and voices in sports broadcasting. Her relationships with athletes, coaches, and front office staff are what make her one of the most respected in the business. As a sideline reporter for NFL on Fox and Westwood One, she has one of the most coveted broadcasting jobs in the industry. What she doe ...…
 
Jean Afterman is one of the most powerful women in baseball. As only the third female Assistant General Manager in the big leagues, Jean is a force. She did not come into this role through a traditional path. She was a history of art major at Cal Berkley, had an acting career, and found a loophole to bring Japanese baseball players to the US. A ...…
 
Janet Marie Smith’s imprint on the sport of baseball is seen by millions of people each year. As the architect/planner behind the Camden Yards ballpark, Turner Field, and renovations of Fenway Park and Dodger Stadium, she brought that intimate feel back to the ballpark experience. Her entrance into the sport was part luck, part persistence. She ...…
 
Danita Johnson, Director of Business Development for the LA Clippers, joins Bobbi-Sue Doyle-Hazard on this week’s episode. Danita’s career has always been in pro basketball but she bopped around from D-league (now G-league) teams to WNBA teams back to the NBA with the Clippers. Much of her time has been in sales but her new role takes into acco ...…
 
We have our first guest in the eSports space this week! Nicole Pike is the Managing Director of Nielsen Esports. Nicole went to school thinking she would go into international affairs and politics. Instead, she ended up at one of the largest market and product research companies in the world working on eSports. She has been with Nielsen for alm ...…
 
Brenda Andress is the Commissioner of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League and founder of the #SheIs movement. Brenda’s goal has been to grow the women’s game across all leagues. A hockey player herself, she fell in love with the game and knew she wanted to work in sports somehow. Her path included the unconventional route of parks and recreation ...…
 
Emily Jaenson is the first woman in two decades to be named General Manager of a ball club in the Pacific Coast League of Minor league baseball. She is currently the only female GM in all of Triple-A and one of 5 total in MiLB. Her path to the GM role is one of Bobbi-Sue’s favorites thus far. Emily started as a ticket sales intern with her home ...…
 
This week, Bobbi-Sue sits down with Stephanie Jarvis, principal of SJarvis Consulting, a sports and events consulting firm, and lecturer at Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. Stephanie’s career started in compliance in collegiate athletics. She continued in that role for quite a while before moving over to the Fiesta ...…
 
Content Warning: This episode contains a discussion of sexual assault and child molestation. There is no detail provided, however, I wanted to let you all know beforehand. Nancy Hogshead-Makar is an Olympic gold medalist, attorney, CEO, women’s advocate, and change maker. During the 1984 Summer Olympics, she brought home 3 gold medals and one s ...…
 
Bobbi-Sue is back! This week, she speaks to Nefertiti Walker, the Director of Diversity and Inclusion for the Isenberg School of Management and Assistant Professor for the McCormack Department of Sport Management at the University of Massachusetts. She is the co-chair of the Diversity Committee for the North American Society of Sport Management ...…
 
Are you a weekend warrior?I try to make the most of my weekends, whether it’s adventuring, training or recharging!I went to visit my best friend in Geneva a few weekends ago and swapped the UK’s snow for Geneva’s!I don’t know if you’ve been to Geneva before, but I found it very challenging to organise an adventure in a short amount of time.Afte ...…
 
Margaret Schlachter is a bit of a renaissance woman. She was one of the first women on the scene of obstacle course racing. After 10 years in education and coaching, Margaret found herself at a crossroads. She discovered OCR (Spartan Race, to be exact), began a website to document her training for World’s Toughest Mudder, and became one of the ...…
 
After our very tough episode last week, this week’s episode brings some much-needed levity. Bobbi-Sue chats with Susie Piotrkowski, VP of Sales for the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL). Susie’s career began at IMG and then moved onto media buying and then Fenway Sports Management. Her next move, to Spartan Race, would be career changing. S ...…
 
Morgan McCaul is so much more than just a “Nassar Survivor.” She is a dancer, student, advocate, organizer, sadly allergic to cats, friend, daughter, girlfriend, teacher, intern, change maker. At almost 20 years old, she has experienced more than I wish upon anyone. Imagine your first year of college. What were you doing? Morgan has been fighti ...…
 
Schlereth talks Josh Rosen, NFL Draft and why the Browns screwed up again.
 
On this week’s episode, Bobbi-Sue speaks with Heather Martin, Integration Specialist for Heritage Werks. While her title and company don’t sound super “sporty,” her current role gives her access to some really cool sports history. Previously, she worked in the Athletics Department at Pepperdine University and the Detroit Pistons. The conversati ...…
 
On the pod this week, Bobbi-Sue speaks with Darla Hall, the owner of In the Sports Zone. In the Sports Zone is a company that puts out sports-themed activity and coloring books. Through licensing deals with colleges, MLB, NFL, and other brands, the company has grown year over year. It all started with an idea to help one little kid kill time wh ...…
 
I geek out in today's episode about mindset with Megan Hine - one of my true heros and after this episode, I suspect one of yours!Meg splits her time between expedition leading and producing and running safety and survival consulting for major networks such as Discovery Channel and Nat Geo - and often with Bear Grylls.She tells us some hair rai ...…
 
Bobbi-Sue has another local woman in sports pop by her apartment for this week’s episode. Claire Lessinger is the Director of Special Events for the Tampa Bay Sports Commission. TBSC is the organization that attracts and puts on major sports and entertainment events in the Tampa Bay region such as the Super Bowl, Final Four, and College Footbal ...…
 
Mark Kleanthos returns for a conversation surrounding the importance of hydration and sage nutrition advice. Tune in for advice that could transform your performance - in training and racing. And how do I know it will transform your performance? Because it did mine.Discover the show notes here >> https://adelaidegoodeve.com/2018/04/08/mark-klea ...…
 
This week’s guest is a little different than usual, Bobbi-Sue interviews someone outside of the sports world that she has been friends with since law school. Novelist and lawyer, Lauren Stahl, joins the pod to talk about her career path. She went from assistant district attorney to unemployed to author back to law with writing as her “side hust ...…
 
Mark will blush at what I am about to say....but, in this episode we chat about his extraordinary 36 year career in triathlon and when I say extraordinary, I mean it.Mark competed in the UK's first ever triathlon in 1983 and has been hooked ever since, but not so much on short distances... Mark has raced in over 36 Ironmans - that's a race made ...…
 
On this week’s episode, Bobbi-Sue interviews the Head Women’s Golf Coach at USF, Coach Erika Brennan. Coach Brennan was named to her current position in December 2017. Prior to USF, she was the Head Women’s Golf Coach at Southern Mississippi for three seasons. At Southern Miss, she led her team to six tournament titles. Erika was a student-athl ...…
 
In our world today, fear can crop up in unhelpful ways. It often prevents us from going after what we really want and living a life we love.So in certain circumstances, we need to learn how to overcome fear, use it to our advantage and not let it stop us.In this episode, I share with you a process that involves 6 easy steps and it will take you ...…
 
This week, Bobbi-Sue chats with Kathleen Scovel, the principle at KAS Group. Kathleen has been in the advertising and marketing world for 20 years. She started off, though, in music video and commercial production. Casually, she mentions working with Prince. What!? After that, she was off to the races with advertising and experiential marketing ...…
 
Many of us know what it’s like to feel stuck in our careers. We settle on a particular career path and one day we wake up and wonder why we’ve invested so much in something we don’t enjoy.The main reason why this happens is what’s going on inside of our mind.Filmmaker and outdoor enthusiast, Kev Merrey dreamed of becoming a filmmaker as a chile ...…
 
On this episode of Leveling The Playing Field, Bobbi-Sue interviews award-winning novelist, journalist, and essayist, Stacey May Fowles. Fowles is the author of the Baseball Life Advice e-newsletter. She released a book by the same name this past year which is an essay collection that looks at topics ranging from bat flips to bandwagoners, from ...…
 
If you have a goal or dream that you think, or have been told, is impossible, then listen to this episode to shift your perception and to start taking action towards achieving your goal or dream.This episode has been inspired by my first Icebreaker speech for Toastmasters, which won best prepared speech of the evening and I recorded it live!…
 
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