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Leslie K. Larsen and Christopher J. Clayton

, 2012 ; Cunningham, Sagas, & Ashley, 2003 ; Kilty, 2006 ; LaVoi, 2016a ; LaVoi & Dutove, 2012 ). LaVoi ( 2016a ) has introduced an Ecological-Intersectional Model to help explain the barriers encountered by women coaches across a variety of levels. LaVoi’s model integrates three theoretical

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Nicole M. LaVoi, Jennifer E. McGarry and Leslee A. Fisher

maximize change efforts. In 2012, LaVoi and Dutove ( 2012 ) first outlined the Ecological Model of Barriers and Supports for Women Coaches, which was extended by LaVoi ( 2016 ) in Women and Sports Coaching to include intersectionality and power. The Ecological-Intersectional Model (EIM; LaVoi, 2016

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Nicola Brown, Jacky Forsyth, Rachael Bullingham and Claire-Marie Roberts

and issues surrounding female participation in physical activity. Key areas of focus were the practical application of research to increase the opportunities for females in sport and exercise and minimize and overcome identified barriers. The Conference Committee comprised of Dr. Nicola Brown (Chair

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Shannon C. Mulhearn, Pamela Hodges Kulinna and Collin Webster

many schools do not use all five components of the CSPAP model (e.g.,  Hunt & Metzler, 2017 ; Russ et al., 2015 ), and stakeholders (e.g., school professionals, preservice teachers, teacher-education faculty) have reported barriers to implementing new PA opportunities in the CSPAP framework (e

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Tom Perks

with their child’s involvement, with studies suggesting that the costs of sport participation are among the most important barriers to children’s participation in sport, especially among low-income parents ( Holt, Kingsley, Tink, & Scherer, 2011 ; Steenhuis, Nooy, Moes, & Schuit, 2009 ). But, as other

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Chris Elzey

the history of Lincoln Institute. Lincoln, which was established in 1912, garnered respect because of the outstanding occupational and academic education it offered. Like many black schools in Kentucky, Lincoln owed its existence to the legal barrier erected in the state that segregated African

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Diane M. Culver, Erin Kraft, Cari Din and Isabelle Cayer

community came up with numerous ideas and solutions to address the technological barriers. One of the community member’s experiences with Slack led the CoP to adopt this platform which was simple, functional, and informal. Additionally, the CoP moved to Adobe Connect for formal meetings; this was effective

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Lyndsay M.C. Hayhurst, Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom and Emma Arksey

What impact do international actors—focused on Western feminist norms—have on local norms when it comes violence against women, and promoting sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR) through sport for development and peace (SDP)? What are the barriers and enablers to norm change in SDP programs

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Catherine Phipps

their SU sports clubs were barrier free. For instance, the President at SU 46 (Russell Group University, 4 months in role) stated that “I don’t think it is an issue at our university anyway. All members who wish to join are included” and the Vice President Activities at SU 82 (Post-1992 University, 5

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Alixandra N. Krahn

, 2014 ). Recently the ‘glass ceiling’ has been repositioned as a ‘glass cliff’ where women in leadership positions now face a new set of barriers including being promoted into positions of authority with an increased risk of negative consequences ( Ryan & Haslam, 2005 ). Whether a ceiling or a cliff, it