Lyndsey Fry is a former U.S. women's hockey player who won a silver medal at the 2014 Sochi Olympics, becoming the first Arizona-born athlete of either gender to play hockey at the Winter Olympics. She had 108 points (50 goals, 58 assists) in four seasons with the Harvard women's hockey team.
On Nov. 15, Fry was hired by the Arizona Coyotes as special adviser to president and CEO Ahron Cohen. Also a brand ambassador for the Coyotes, the 26-year-old is helping to reach more youth, especially girls, in Arizona, where hockey continues to grow.
Here, Fry talks about her work and what Gender Equality Month means to her.