This week, Team Canada and Team Hong Kong beater Ema Shiroma-Chao and current Toronto Raiders’ coach Yara Kodershah join Jackie Ross to give a northern perspective on the quidditch community and discuss their experiences and thoughts about equity and inclusivity within the sport. Ema started playing in 2009 with McGill Quidditch when the old IQA…
FBI staffer and Indianapolis Intensity manager Ali Markus joins Jackie Ross on this episode of What’s Next to talk about the Midwest and Great Lakes regions and issues with being a leader in the quidditch community.
On this episode of What’s Next, Jackie Ross sits down with US Quidditch Event Hospitality Coordinator Brandi Cannon to discuss her idea for a project surrounding players and community members of color and her general feelings about the quidditch community as a longstanding member.
On this episode of What’s Next, Jackie Ross discusses feminism and its place in US Quidditch with USQ Events Director Mary Kimball.
On this episode of What’s Next, Jackie Ross discusses what it means to be a female athlete at the higher levels of quidditch, USQ’s gameplay department, and the International Confederation of Broomstick Athletes with USQ Event Gameplay Coordinator Sarah Kneiling.
On this episode of What’s Next, Jackie Ross discusses Major League Quidditch and increasing gender equity within the sport with MLQ Human Resources Director Lisle Coleman.
On this episode of What’s Next, Jackie Ross is joined by the former captain of the Southern Storm and current QC Dallas player Joey Gatelli to discuss the male perspective on feminism.