Here are our bios and our website. As the co-founder of Girl Boss Chess, it comes as no surprise that Girl Boss, Ingrid Gayle is committed to her students’ success, both in class and in life. She is best known for her positive and engaging spirit and for her unique ability to teach chess through dynamic and playful storytelling. Beyond chess, Ingrid’s values revolve around two central themes: helping others and creating meaningful communities. She is a highly motivated entrepreneur that obsessively focuses on improving the lives of others. Before delving into the world of chess, in fact, she graduated from George Brown College’s ‘Child and Youth Worker’ program and was the woman behind a string of successful business ventures. Ingrid has run multiple successful start-up businesses in the past, including a New York based Boutique Personal Training/Yoga Studio as well as a Baby Carrier company, which she founded after spending many years as a babywearing educator herself. Ingrid became a professional chess educator in 2016 and went on to teach chess for six years, through the Toronto District School Board, before launching Girl Boss Chess in 2021. Girl Boss Chess came into existence when Ingrid Gayle and her partner Patrick Kavanagh came to realize that an empowering space, specifically for girls, to grow their potential and confidence through chess did not exist…and they decided to make it happen! Ingrid Gayle is the proud mom of two girls and looks forward to empowering girls through chess worldwide, one Girl Boss at a time! Sally Sampson is a Toronto-based professional actress, singer, presenter and writer with worldwide stage and screen performance experience in the United Kingdom, Egypt, and Canada. Mostly, though, she considers herself a story-teller and is compelled by her love for people to reach out and connect in a variety of ways. A proud feminist and fierce proponent of the education and empowerment of women and girls, Sally has over the years lent her voice and skills to numerous organizations and charities, including UN Women, V-Day and now, Girl Boss Chess.
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