Katie Hnida is a pioneer in the world of sports and speaks on sexual harassment and rape. Katie was the first woman to play in a NCAA Division I football game and the first woman to play for the University of Colorado (1999-2000). From there she played three seasons for the Lobos at University of New Mexico, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Psychology. Katie’s football career started at Chatfield Senior High School in Littleton, Colorado where she played varsity football for four years. She was voted Homecoming Queen by her classmates and participated in halftime ceremonies wearing her uniform. While still in high school she was named Colorado Sportswoman of the Year as well as Teen People Magazine’s Number One Teen Most Likely to Change the World.