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Motivational Keynotes/Expert Panelist

When world class athletes share their journeys, they are always as different and inspiring as the individual telling them. Leslie Allen’s exceptional journey from late starter in tennis to becoming the #17 world ranked women’s pro tennis is filled with triumph and failure, celebrated victories and crushing defeats, overcoming racism, and sexism. In 1981 she was the first woman of color to win a major pro tennis tournament since Althea Gibson’s 1957 US Open victory.

Leslie is a trailblazer who broke barriers in sport and in business. Through sharing her story she inspires and teaches others how to succeed even when the odds are stacked against them. No one gets a pass.

An accomplished motivational keynote speaker, her no-nonsense, relatable style draws her audiences in. Leslie tackles topics such as women in the workplace, race/gender bias, overcoming adversity and shares her bold survivor stories. Her audiences are inspired to Master the Game and Win4Life.

Click below to hear David Law and Catherine Whitaker on The Tennis Podcast describe a recent interview with Leslie Allen