Friday Night All Women All Star Panel



Network and nourish. Feed your mind (and your belly) with nourishing information around wellness, business, health, fitness, and wine. We have an All Women All Star panel lined up to lead the conversation.



Therese Viñal is not only the In-Park Host for the San Francisco Giants and a Host for NBC Sports Bay Area but also an avid fitness instructor and Bay Area sports nut. Before a career in sports media, Therese was a three-sport athlete in high school and a four-year collegiate volleyball player at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Since her time as a CU Buff, she has spent the past decade in sports media and fitness and the last five seasons as the In-Park Host for the Giants. You will always find her with a smile on her face and eager to talk sports and fitness with you!



Michelle Wie has been single handedly raising the profile of the LPGA across the world since her childhood and she continues to do so today as an adult. Holding the record for being the youngest player ever to qualify for a LPGA Tour event, Michelle rose to fame shortly before her 16th birthday when she turned professional. She went on to have a remarkable career and is regarded as the biggest female icon in her sport. She won her first major at the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open, garnering record TV ratings and unparalleled media attention for women’s golf.



Shauna Harrisonis a self-proclaimed nerd, hip-hop head, jock, and yogi. A graduate of Stanford, UCLA and Johns Hopkins, she simultaneously pursued academics and fitness obtaining her PhD in Public Health and teaching fitness classes across the country.  Through her unique style and authenticity that blends her love for hip hop, wellness, yoga and knowledge of public health, Shauna has created a brand of her own, making her one of the most influential fitness profiles on Instagram and sought after partner for leading brands.




Jami Marseilles is a mother, teacher, mentor, athlete, author and amputee.  She survived the terrifying and painful ordeal of being trapped for 11 excruciating days in sub-zero temperatures, which ultimately led to the loss of both of her legs below the knee.  Jami is a 2-time cancer survivor who continues to inspire all who meet her.  She is the first bilateral amputee woman to complete a marathon.


Sara Grauf oversees the development and implementation of event strategy and services for the organization. Responsible for both baseball and non-baseball event activation, she played an integral role in the production of the organization’s three world series celebrations, managed the first-ever commercial spectator program for the America’s Cup, and recently lead the organization’s effort to secure and produce the 2018 Rugby Sevens World Cup. Grauf led the team that founded The Giant Race in 2010, which has evolved into annual health and wellness initiative for the club, operating in four cities and drawing 20,000 participants to the San Francisco events. In addition to her event responsibilities, Grauf oversees the club’s spring training operations and training facility development, and is responsible for public realm and parks programming for the new Mission Rock development.



Senior Vice President of Events at Octagon.



Known to many as “Kym Nonstop” via her popular Youtube channel with over 135,000 subscribers where she shares fitness tips, training vlogs, race videos with a focus on women’s cycling, Kym documents her journeys in cycling from the fast and flasty world of Fixed gear Criteriums to the grueling Leadville100. In addition to her cycling habit, Kym Nonstop has been a sought-after professional in the fitness industry for over a decade. She is a founding SoulCycle instructor and most recently- the Chief Fitness Officer of Dryft- the World’s First Mobile Fitness Studio.


Who: Women & girls eager to learn more about the business, fitness, health, wine & event operations industries.

What: A panel & discussion.  San Francisco Giants’ in-game host, Therese Vinal, will moderate a conversation with some of the most influential women in the sports and entertainment world.

When: After the Friday Night Muscle + Flow class on Friday, September 6th from 7:00pm – 8:30pm.

Where: The Garden at Oracle Park.

Why: Why not.

Cost: $20. ($35 if you purchase the FESTIVAL BUNDLE — Sweat it out with Shauna Harrison and end the evening with a glass of your favorite beverage and conversation with some of our favorite female leaders in the health and fitness industries.)

Bring your ID, business cards, questions for our All Star Women, and a good attitude.

~See You There~