Youth Sports Report was created to address the fact that women and women of color are misrepresented in the sports media industry. They do not receive the same opportunities as their other counterparts since the industry has a theme of being overwhelmingly white and male-oriented.
YSR's mission is to provide support, education, and empowerment for specifically young women seeking entrance in sports media.
Providing this platform at an early age allows YSR to teach the proper skills, celebrate young athletes across all sports sectors, and also highlight the accomplishments of young women and women of color in sports media.
Youth Sports Report is a Premier Youth Media Firm specializing in marketing content designed to help young, rising, high school athletes market themselves in a professional manner. We provide tangible content that can be used when building your college marketing portfolio. YSR provides athlete press releases, live interviews, pre-recorded interviews, highlight and hype videos, weekly top athlete ranking, social media posts, communication classes, and much more to help High School athletes to the next level.
About the Founder
Savannah Hameed is a current 10th-grade student at Laurel School for
Girls in Shaker Heights Ohio. Born to entrepreneurs Akil and
Felicia Hameed, Savannah grew up watching her Mom and Dad run
a successful Real Estate Brokerage firm. With entrepreneurship
spanning back two generations, Savannah learned quickly what hard
work and dedication looked like.
A 12 time All-American Track & Field Athlete since the age of 9 years old;
Savannah has competed at the highest level of competition in
AAU Jr Olympics Indoor and Outdoor Championships. She is a skilled
Shot Put, Javelin, and Discus thrower who has plans to compete in
College post her High School track & field career.
As a promising leader in her own right, Savannah
is an honor roll student, the incoming President for her
youth leadership organization Jack & Jill of America Erie Shores Chapter,
she regularly volunteers with organizations that have notable causes and
she is a big sister to Serene, Seth, and Sasha Hameed.
Savannah has aspirations to study Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Law in college; seeking to go into Sports Broadcasting or Sports Management as a career.
Savannah researched the field of Sports Media & Broadcasting and realized that women and women of color are underrepresented in this field. Being the leader that she is, Savannah developed (YSR) Youth Sports Report as a way to help the industry and tie in some of her true love for youth sports.
(YSR) Youth Sports Report was created to address the fact that women and women of color
are underrepresented in the sports media industry.
Many women and women of color in sports/media do not receive the same opportunities as their male counterparts, and that is why YSR will provide support, education, and empowerment for young women seeking entrance into this industry. Providing this platform at an early age allows YSR to teach the proper skills, celebrate young athletes across all sports sectors, and also highlight the accomplishments of young women and women of color in sports media.