[VIDEO] 10-Year Old Girl Shares Open Letter Urging the Snow Sports Industry to Feature More Young Women

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This video features Nolly Curtis, a 10-year-old snowboarder, who speaks about the under-representation of young girls in the snow sports industry. She believes girls have limited representation in new products and marketing and rarely have their own division at contests, calling for change and greater recognition of female ability, quick learning, and excellence. Nolly is determined to encourage other girls and wants everyone to be a champion for this change.

Despite this, Nolly is on a mission; she wants young ladies to be heard in the snowboarding world and calls for a change. She is determined to rip harder, encourages other girls, and wants everyone to be a champion for change to make sure that the world recognizes the capability, quick learning, and excellence of females.

Words can not describe how proud we are of Nahli and her passion to affect change in the world ❤️

At ten years old, she has developed her own voice. A voice that is strong and pointed, a voice that is equally backed up with actions and follow through.

She is a shining star in our lives and the community in which we live, putting her heart on her sleeve for all to see.

Simply put, Open Letter calls out the snow sports industry and community to include and feature more young women—a demand to be seen and heard.

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