Trailblazing high school football player Bella Rasmussen just completed her senior season where she made national headlines - from The TODAY Show and Access Hollywood to ESPN SportsCenter and Sports Illustrated - as the first young woman in history to score two touchdowns in a single high school game. Her team and community rode the massive momentum to their first division championship in 75 years.
Bella's impact extends well beyond the football field as mental health, empowerment and wellness are paramount to her and her family. With her new-found platform, Bella is focused on helping others and being a resource and inspiration for other young women pursuing their dreams in and out of sports.
Bella enjoys speaking to companies, schools, and organizations about empowerment, breaking barriers, wellness, and mindset. At just 17 years old, she’s already a polished public speaker, wise beyond her years, who loves meeting others, sharing her inspiring story, and impacting the world outside of sports.