Black Woman Named High School Football Coach

In a historic moment for women in sports, Washington D.C. science teacher Natalie Randolph has been named head coach of the Calvin Coolidge Senior High School football team, reports CNN. Randolph is believed to be the first female head varsity coach in the country. "While I'm proud to be part of what this all means," she said at a new conference this week. "Being female has nothing to do with it. I love football, I love teaching, I love these kids. My being female has nothing to do with my support and respect for my players on the field and in the classroom..." Read More: Roslyn Brock: Youngest Chair of NAACP40 Black Women We LoveUnwritten Rules For Women in the Workplace


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