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ATHLETES. ADVOCATES.

MEDALISTS. MOMS.

AND, SOMETIMES, ALL OF THE ABOVE.

These trailblazing members have joined forces with Athleta to champion wellbeing, create meaningful impact, inspire product innovation, and support women moving women forward.

Katie Ledecky

KatieLedecky

Swimming

Crowned the most decorated female swimmer in World Championships history, 10-time Olympic medalist Katie has been making waves ever since her first Olympic appearance at the 2012 Games—at just 15 years old. Out of the pool, the Stanford graduate champions STEM education and leadership training for young girls.

Katie Ledecky

KatieLedecky

Swimming

Crowned the most decorated female swimmer in World Championships history, 10-time Olympic medalist Katie has been making waves ever since her first Olympic appearance at the 2012 Games—at just 15 years old. Out of the pool, the Stanford graduate champions STEM education and leadership training for young girls.

Simone Biles

SIMONEBILES

Gymnastics

With an incredible seven Olympic and 25 World Championship wins, Simone has easily earned GOAT status as the most decorated gymnast in US history. Aside from perfecting the four skills named after her (among many others), she’s both a mental health and foster care advocate, and the youngest person ever awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Simone Biles

SIMONEBILES

Gymnastics

With an incredible seven Olympic and 25 World Championship wins, Simone has easily earned GOAT status as the most decorated gymnast in US history. Aside from perfecting the four skills named after her (among many others), she’s both a mental health and foster care advocate, and the youngest person ever awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Albane Valenzuela

ALBANEVALENZUELA

Golf

From golf champ to global citizen, Albane has leveraged her unique background to fuel her momentum: the two-time Olympian speaks four languages, graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford with a degree in political science, and founded an autism awareness foundation with her brother.

ALBANE VALENZUELA

ALBANEVALENZUELA

Golf

From golf champ to global citizen, Albane has leveraged her unique background to fuel her momentum: the two-time Olympian speaks four languages, graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford with a degree in political science, and founded an autism awareness foundation with her brother.

Brenna Huckaby

BREN_HUCKS

Snowboarding

A competitive gymnast at heart, Brenna made the switch to snowboarding—all after having her leg amputated above the knee due to bone cancer. Today, she’s a triple-gold medalist in Paralympic snowboarding, disability inclusion advocate, and mom to two girls, Lilah and Sloane.

Brenna Huckaby

BREN_HUCKS

Snowboarding

A competitive gymnast at heart, Brenna made the switch to snowboarding—all after having her leg amputated above the knee due to bone cancer. Today, she’s a triple-gold medalist in Paralympic snowboarding, disability inclusion advocate, and mom to two girls, Lilah and Sloane.

Heather O'Reilly

HEATHEROREILLY

Soccer

A prolific soccer star with more than 230 international appearances for the US Women’s National Team, Heather has scored as a World Cup champion and a three-time Olympic gold medalist. Off the field, she is launching a mentorship program to foster leadership skills in young women, while raising her two sons, William and Jack.

Heather O'Reilly

HEATHEROREILLY

Soccer

A prolific soccer star with more than 230 international appearances for the US Women’s National Team, Heather has scored as a World Cup champion and a three-time Olympic gold medalist. Off the field, she is launching a mentorship program to foster leadership skills in young women, while raising her two sons, William and Jack.

Jesse "Flex" LaBreck

FLEXLABRECK

American Ninja Warrior

Jesse’s best-known flex is her reigning title as top female American Ninja Warrior, but her warrior status continues to show up in her roles as a former cerebral palsy caregiver, disability advocate, and founder of her own ninja gym.

Jesse "Flex" LaBreck

FLEXLABRECK

American Ninja Warrior

Jesse’s best-known flex is her reigning title as top female American Ninja Warrior, but her warrior status continues to show up in her roles as a former cerebral palsy caregiver, disability advocate, and founder of her own ninja gym.

Jessica Mendoza

JESSMENDOZA2

Softball

On the field, Jessica is a softball powerhouse and two-time Olympian. On air, she continues to share her passion for the game, becoming the first female analyst for nationally televised MLB games. Everywhere else, she shows up as an ambassador for humanitarian efforts, advocate for women athletes, and mother to her sons, Caleb and Caden.

Jessica Mendoza

JESSMENDOZA2

Softball

On the field, Jessica is a softball powerhouse and two-time Olympian. On air, she continues to share her passion for the game, becoming the first female analyst for nationally televised MLB games. Everywhere else, she shows up as an ambassador for humanitarian efforts, advocate for women athletes, and mother to her sons, Caleb and Caden.

Katie Zaferes

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Triathlon

As an Olympic triathlete with both silver and bronze medals in her trophy case, Katie knows a thing or two about switching gears. Case in point: her devotion to wellbeing advocacy and her new role as mom to her son, Kimble.

Katie Zaferes

KZAFERES6

Triathlon

As an Olympic triathlete with both silver and bronze medals in her trophy case, Katie knows a thing or two about switching gears. Case in point: her devotion to wellbeing advocacy and her new role as mom to her son, Kimble.

Mariah Bell

MARIAHSK8RBELL

Figure Skating

Skating her way to gold at the age of 25 (making her the oldest winner of the US Figure Skating National Championship in 94 years!) and to the Beijing Winter Olympics, Mariah is only getting started as she continues to perform and advocate for Alzheimer’s research in honor of her grandmother.

Mariah Bell

MARIAHSK8RBELL

Figure Skating

Skating her way to gold at the age of 25 (making her the oldest winner of the US Figure Skating National Championship in 94 years!) and to the Beijing Winter Olympics, Mariah is only getting started as she continues to perform and advocate for Alzheimer’s research in honor of her grandmother.

Monica Puig

MONICAACE93

Tennis

Monica has served up an illustrious tennis career, topping it off with an Olympic gold from Rio in women’s singles. After over a decade on tour, she moved on to sports broadcasting, supporting Hurricane Maria relief efforts in her native Puerto Rico, training to complete all six World Marathon Majors, and advocating for tennis outreach programs in underserved communities.

Monica Puig

MONICAACE93

Tennis

Monica has served up an illustrious tennis career, topping it off with an Olympic gold from Rio in women’s singles. After over a decade on tour, she moved on to sports broadcasting, supporting Hurricane Maria relief efforts in her native Puerto Rico, training to complete all six World Marathon Majors, and advocating for tennis outreach programs in underserved communities.

Monique Billings

MONIQUE.BILLINGS

Basketball

Drafted straight out of UCLA by the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream, Monique’s drive isn’t limited to the court: her work as an ALS research advocate has helped bring attention to the disease her father suffered from, and her passion for wellness inspired her to write her first book.

Monique Billings

MONIQUE.BILLINGS

Basketball

Drafted straight out of UCLA by the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream, Monique’s drive isn’t limited to the court: her work as an ALS research advocate has helped bring attention to the disease her father suffered from, and her passion for wellness inspired her to write her first book.

Natalie Coughlin

NATALIECOUGHLIN

Swimming

Natalie made history by becoming one of the most decorated US female Olympians ever, winning 12 medals over three Olympic Games. But her victories didn’t stop there—she has since launched a wine label, advocated on behalf of several non-profit organizations, and become a mother to her daughter, Zennie, and her son, Ozzie.

Natalie Coughlin

NATALIECOUGHLIN

Swimming

Natalie made history by becoming one of the most decorated US female Olympians ever, winning 12 medals over three Olympic Games. But her victories didn’t stop there—she has since launched a wine label, advocated on behalf of several non-profit organizations, and become a mother to her daughter, Zennie, and her son, Ozzie.

Winter Vinecki

WINTERVINECKI

Freestyle Skiing

After transitioning from triathlons to freestyle skiing, Winter made her Olympic debut in Beijing and is currently training for the 2026 games. When she’s not hitting the slopes (or running marathons in Antarctica), you’ll find her raising money for prostate cancer research and awareness for her own foundation, Team Winter.

Winter Vinecki

WINTERVINECKI

Freestyle Skiing

After transitioning from triathlons to freestyle skiing, Winter made her Olympic debut in Beijing and is currently training for the 2026 games. When she’s not hitting the slopes (or running marathons in Antarctica), you’ll find her raising money for prostate cancer research and awareness for her own foundation, Team Winter.