In 2017, Katie Sowers came out publicly on Outsports as a lesbian, the first openly gay coach in NFL history.
In the 2019 season, she became the first female and first out coach in the Super Bowl.
The former assistant coach, now coaching women in college, says performance is what matters in the NFL.
The trailblazing coach was working this summer as a coaching intern for the Chiefs.
Sowers became the first out LGBTQ coach in NFL history in 2017.
Katie Sowers will make Super Bowl history with the San Francisco 49ers. Here’s what you need to know.
In the battle for the support of LGBTQ football fans. the 49ers have the edge, but the Chiefs offer their own reasons to be cheered on.
Katie Sowers is being celebrated for a reason, as a role model for women and LGBTQ people in sports.
Forget the haters. The buzz around 49ers Assistant coach Katie Sowers and her historic role in the Super Bowl is what we need right now.
Katie Sowers makes history as a woman and LGBTQ person when the San Francisco 49ers reach the Super Bowl.
Katie Sowers is a pioneer in the NFL coaching ranks, as a woman and openly gay.
Outsports chose stars from across the world of LGBTQ sports who had an impact on the 2010s. One emerged as the Outsports Person of the Decade.
From playing football, basketball and running track as a girl, to coaching in the NFL as a woman, Katie Sowers reflects on her path as a lesbian.
49ers’ Katie Sowers gets recognized in Canton.
‘One of the most important things is to be true to who you are,’ she says.