WOMEN OF THE MLBPA
Every day, in an abundance of ways, women at the MLBPA contribute to advancing the cause of players. They make their presence felt in a variety of roles, in multiple languages, through their expertise in labor law, business and finance, communications and social media, accounting, community relations and a range of professional pursuits. They’re driven by a desire to make a difference, a respect for the game and an appreciation for the commitment required by the 1,200 players that the union represents.
This month, in celebration of Women’s History Month, the MLBPA recognizes the contributions of the 22 women who work at the union, along with all their predecessors who had an impact on baseball labor history through the years with their energy, time and commitment to excellence. From one generation to the next, their passion and dedication are on display 12 months and 365 days a year.