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Sami Jo's Podcast: Episode 11 – LaToya Clarke

LaToya Clarke joins Sami Jo Small about being one of the first Black women to play at the elite hockey level, her career and her career after her retirement.

LaToya Clarke is one of the first elite Black players to make it far in the women's game. She captained the University of Minnesota to a national championship and went on to play pro hockey for seven seasons and even got to represent her country internationally.

She went on to work in the hockey industry where she’s been thriving for more than a decade. 

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