In a world that grows more connected every day, sport has the potential to be a truly international language. For women in the world of sports--whether athletes or business people--going global brings unique challenges. These challenges--and the opportunities they hold--were the topic of the sixteenth annual Women in Sports Business Symposium. Organized and managed by a team of female and male students from the Warsaw Sports Marketing Center, the symposium was held on April 19 at the UO White Stag building in Portland and--in a first for the event--simultaneously streamed over the Web. Led by moderator Ellen Schmidt-Devlin--a former multinational executive with Nike and the current driving force behind the documentary We Grew Wings--the four panelists shared insights drawn from their years of professional experience all over the world. The event closed with final remarks from panelist Micky Lawler, who earlier this year won the Warsaw-Thurston Award for her work bringing women's tennis to the world stage as head of the tennis division at renowned sports marketing company Octagon. Want to glean your own insights into globalism? Catch the entire two-hour program online.