Using Sport to Promote Gender Equity
in Countries Impacted by Genocide
Join Us for An Evening Of
Cocktails & Conversation
APRIL 19, 2017
Bo Bridges Gallery | Manhattan Beach, CA
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Special Guest; 2x Olympic Medalist & Beach Volleyball Star, April Ross
Actress and TV Host, Amy Paffrath as our Emcee
Cocktails by Patron, Wine by Uncorked, Food by Baby’s Badass Burgers
Special Musical Guest: BJ Arnold
Exciting Silent Auction & Raffle Items
Why Gender Equity
Worldwide, women and girls are consistently prevented from accessing education, engaging equally in society, or participating in sports activities, sustaining a major barrier to human and community development.
Sport & Olympic Values
KPI is grounded in the ‘Fair Play’ value of the Olympic Movement: that sport should be used as a means of educating people, demanding teamwork and fostering positive relationships.
Genocide Impacted Countries
Genocide adds another layer, making gender equity more challenging, as the trauma of conflict where women were the victims of torture, rape, and other acts of gender based violence still lingers.
Our Founder: Tracy Evans
Tracy, a 3-time Olympian & National Champion in Freestyle Skiing, founded KPI after witnessing, first-hand, the effects of genocide on communities and specifically the impact on gender roles and inequality. READ MORE