Jackie Richardson reviews the second book from champion shooter Vera Koo, titled “Wisdom and Things.” This book features chapters grouped into four different parts, covering all facets of competition, resilience, faith and travel.
A day of fun, camaraderie and on and off water learning experiences comes to Chicago’s Jackson Park Yacht Club on Sept. 11 with the 20th annual NWSA Women’s Sailing Conference – grab your in-person spot or choose online attendance by registering now
Our Babbs reviews Vera Koo’s second book, “Wisdom and Things,” based on several of her already published columns at “Women’s Outdoor News,” and other inspirations. It’s a great follow-up to her first book, “The Most Unlikely Champion.”
Johana Reyes, Director of Digital Strategy & Operations at the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF), was recently named one of Boating Industry’s Women Making Waves. The list recognizes 30 female leaders, selected from more than 100 nominees, who are making great contributions to the success and growth of the marine industry.
Marie Rogers, first black woman commodore of Los Angeles Yacht Club, recently was honored with 2021 BoatUS/NWSA Leadership in Women’s Sailing Award. Learn more about this remarkable woman who says, “Sailing is an amazing metaphor of how to get along.”
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