As part of its ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusion, the NFL will host its sixth annual women's forum virtually from March 14-15. The forum will connect 45 women, 64% of whom are women of color, with leaders in the professional football space to provide insight and opportunities into open NFL positions as well as coaching, scouting and football operations.

Over the course of the two-day virtual event, participants will attend panel discussions, breakout sessions and networking activities with executives, coaches, industry experts and hiring managers, including the NFL and Women Leaders in College Sports. Most participants currently work in entry-level college football roles. The forum will give them the chance to learn more about where their experiences can lead them in professional football.

Since 2017, the forum has helped develop a more diverse talent pipeline by connecting women with career opportunities in football, 200 of which have emerged over the past five years.

Featured speakers include NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Jane Skinner Goodell, as well as three club owners, eight head coaches and seven general managers listed below.

NFL Club Owners

  • Dee Haslam, Cleveland Browns Managing and Principal Partner
  • Darcie Glazer Kassewitz, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Co-Owner and President of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Foundation and the Glazer Vision Foundation
  • Kim Pegula, Buffalo Bills President and President and CEO of Pegula Sports and Entertainment 

NFL Head Coaches

  • Bruce Arians, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Sean McDermott, Buffalo Bills
  • Sean McVay, Los Angeles Rams
  • Ron Rivera, Washington Commanders
  • Arthur Smith, Atlanta Falcons
  • Brandon Staley, Los Angeles Chargers
  • Kevin Stefanski, Cleveland Browns
  • Mike Vrabel, Tennessee Titans

NFL General Managers

  • Brandon Beane, Buffalo Bills
  • Nick Caserio, Houston Texans
  • Terry Fontenot, Atlanta Falcons
  • Chris Grier, Miami Dolphins
  • Howie Roseman, Philadelphia Eagles
  • Joe Schoen, New York Giants

For more information on the NFL Women's Careers in Football Forum, please visit the NFL Operations Website.