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Susan Guerin, Cornell PCCW Member

President and CEO of World Finer Foods

 "Digit was a fantastic addition to our PCCW panel discussion, her take on women's sports and the what holds women back is unique and inspiring. I would highly recommend Digit to any organization that is looking to empower women!" 

Sean McNamara, President of RI Girls Hockey Coaches Association

"We loving having Digit speak every year at our banquet. She is inspiring to the young girls and women in the audience who can see themselves in her!"

Digit Murphy's expertise in women's sports, combined with her passion for education, empowerment, and inclusion, makes her an ideal speaker for your group. Her insights into fostering empowering environments and individuals through sports and education resonate deeply with audiences. Digit Murphy's message of life lessons using sports as a platform resonates with sports teams, corporate teams, non-profits....any person or group who interacts and operates in a way to get things done, Digit can inspire!

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Digit Murphy

Digit is an innovator, visionary, and builder in the women's sports world. Most recently she was the President of the Metropolitan Riveters in the Premier Hockey Federation (Professional Women’s Hockey franchise where she and the BTM ownership group revitalized a floundering franchise by rebranding and doing a deal with Triple Five LLC to play in the American Dream Mall. Before that she was founding president of the first PHF franchise in Canada, quickly catapulting the Toronto Six to the top of the leaderboard and winning the Isobel Cup (Stanley Cup for Women’s Hockey) in 2023. Prior to that (2017-2018 seasons), she helped the KHL’s Kunlan Red Star build women's professional  hockey in China in preparation for the 2022 winter Olympics. She co-founded United Women’s Sports, an innovative and disruptive model in the women's sports space. Even earlier, she coached the CWHL’s Boston Blades to two Clarkson Cups and spent 24 years coaching at Division I Brown University where she won numerous championships in the ECAC and Ivy League. She has coached Olympians and All-Americans, and earned numerous ECAC and Ivy League titles. 

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