FISU vice-president Kabenge advocates for more female leadership

The first female vice-president of the International University Sports Federation (FISU), Penninah Kabenge, has stated that women should be involved in more leadership roles to help improve sports participation and give athletes different role models.

Kabenge, who was first elected to the FISU Executive Committee in 2007, was elected as the first female vice-president of the organisation in November 2019.

She praised the work of the FISU Gender Equality Committee for looking to fix the gender imbalance in sport and spoke about how much she enjoyed her role at the governing body.

Read more at: https://www.insidethegames.biz/articles/1102780/fisu-penninah-kabenge-vice-president

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