Former professional athlete who broke gender barriers in sports and now breaks them in tech
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Motivation
  • Sports
  • Technology
  • Youth

Ann Gaffigan is a NCAA Track and Field All-American, Olympic Trials champion and former American Record holder who was a pioneer in the women’s steeplechase. She started her own web development company, Gazelle Incorporated, in 2004 and now serves approximately 20 clients nationwide. Gaffigan dabbles in sports broadcasting and journalism in her free time and serves as a leader on the USA Track and Field Athletes Advisory Committee. She volunteers locally for WIN for KC, an organization dedicated to empowering women and girls through sport, and Girls Who Code, a nationwide organization whose mission is to provide computer science education and exposure to more female students. She also co-founded, a site aimed to amplify the voice and coverage of female athletes.