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Greg and Yasmin Delahoussaye of Educating Students Together (EST) College Access Program are Rams' 11th 'pLAymaker' honoree of 2023
EST College Access Program Executive Director Greg Delahoussaye and Program Director Dr. Yasmin Delahoussaye have been recognized as the Rams' 11th pLAymaker of 2023 for their work helping foster and low-income youth achieve their college dreams.
Thomas Woods of U.S.VETS is Rams' 10th 'pLAymaker' honoree of 2023
U.S. Navy Veteran Thomas Woods, Volunteer & Veteran Activities Coordinator at U.S.VETS' Inglewood location, is the Rams' 10th pLAymaker honoree of 2023 for his commitment to serving those who have served their country.
Edwin Markham Middle School Principal Yumi Kawasaki is Rams' ninth 'pLAymaker' honoree
Yumi Kawasaki, Principal of Edwin Markham Middle School in Watts, is the Rams' ninth pLAymaker honoree for her work supporting the school and its students.
LAPD officer Joe Quezada is Rams' eighth 'pLAymaker' honoree of 2023
Officer Joe Quezada, head coach of the Lincoln Rams 14U football team, is the Los Angeles Rams' eighth pLAymaker honoree of 2023 for his work with the program.
Dr. Martita Martinez-Bravo of Friends of Fieldworkers is Rams' seventh 'pLAymaker' honoree of 2023
Dr. Martita Martinez-Bravo, Executive Director of Friends of Fieldworkers, is the Rams' seventh pLAymaker honoree of 2023 for her work supporting families of farmworkers in Ventura County.
Tyrone Nance of It's Bigger Than Us is Rams' sixth 'pLAymaker' honoree of 2023
Tyrone Nance, President and Founder of Its Bigger Than Us, is the Los Angeles Rams' sixth playmaker honoree of 2023 for his work empowering vulnerable minority communities.
Alliance for Community Empowerment CEO Michelle Fuentes-Miranda is Rams' fifth 'pLAymaker' honoree of 2023
Michelle Fuentes-Miranda of the Alliance for Community Empowerment is the Los Angeles Rams' fifth "pLAymaker" honoree of 2023 for her work empowering marginalized communities.
Rams rookies & staff members answer the question: "What does Juneteenth mean to you?"
Watch as Los Angeles Rams rookies Jason Taylor II and Kobie Turner, and Rams staff members talk about what Juneteenth means to them as they help paint a new mural at Washington Prep High School.
Los Angeles Rams announce 2023 Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellows
The fellowship is a continuation of the team's efforts to strengthen the NFL's diverse talent and provides experience to outstanding coaches from different backgrounds
Artist DJ Javier reflects on opportunity to create Monterey Park AAPI mural with Rams
DJ Javier discusses the opportunity to collaborate with the Rams on a project that connects to his roots and community.
'I think the more we can learn about each other by exposing ourselves to different cultures, tastes and entertainment, we can slowly appreciate the differences in our culture in hopes to embrace something we otherwise wouldn't' | Rams AAPI Heritage Month Staff Showcase with Jon Hernandez
In the fourth and final installment of a series of staff showcases for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, theRams.com spotlights Rams Associate Athletic Trainer and Physical Therapist Jon Hernandez.
Director of Project Fatherhood Keith Parker is Rams' fourth 'pLAymaker' honoree of 2023
Keith Parker, Director of Project Fatherhood with Children's Institute, is the Los Angeles Rams' fourth "pLAymaker" honoree of 2023 for his work helping give fathers who grew up facing adversity are provided the tools they need to become the best parent possible.
Rams to participate in NFL's Diversity in Sports Medicine Pipeline Initiative
This season, the Rams will provide Nonye Ikeanyi from Charles R. Drew University with a one-month clinical rotation working with the team's Vice President of Sports Medicine and Performance Reggie Scott and his staff.
'We can be better allies with the AAPI community if we, most importantly, educate ourselves about their different cultures as each one has very specific traditions, morals, and values' | Rams AAPI Heritage Month Staff Showcase with Kim Low
In the third of a series of staff showcases for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, theRams.com spotlights Kim Low of the Corporate Partnership management team.
'I think taking a moment to learn more about different AAPI cultures can really be a great first step in allyship' | Rams AAPI Heritage Month Staff Showcase with Stephanie Cheng
In the second of a series of staff showcases for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, theRams.com spotlights Stephanie Cheng, Head of International and Special Projects.
'The part of Pakistani culture that resonates with me the most is being family-oriented' | Rams AAPI Heritage Month Staff Showcase with Hew Massey
In the first of a series of staff showcases for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, theRams.com spotlights Hew Massey of the Membership Sales Team.
Black Cooperative Impact Fund President Chair Robert Lewis is Rams' third 'pLAymaker' honoree of 2023
Robert Lewis of the Black Cooperative Impact Fund is the Los Angeles Rams' third "pLAymaker" honoree of 2023 for his work combating the racial wealth gap by investing in Black-owned businesses.
West Valley Food Pantry Executive Director Debbie Decker is the Rams' second 'pLAymaker' honoree of 2023
Debbie Decker of the West Valley Food Pantry is the Los Angeles Rams' second "pLAymaker" honoree of 2023 for her work helping combat food insecurity in the area.
"Kenny Ran So I Could create and tell stories through film" | Rams Black History Month Staff Showcase with Yusuf Rowser
In the fourth and final installment of a series for Black History Month, theRams.com spotlights Video Producer Yusuf Rowser.
Celebrating the world premiere of Kingfish: The Story of Kenny Washington
In honor of Kenny Washington, the first Black player to reintegrate the NFL, and Black History Month, the Los Angeles Rams hosted a special premiere at Miracle Theatre in Inglewood, CA for the film Kingfish: The Story of Kenny Washington. Following the screening, guests in attendance were able to listen to a panel discussion about the film and the overall impact of Kenny Washington.
National College Resources Foundation Student Athlete Program Coordinator Kysa Washington is Rams' first 'pLAymaker' honoree of 2023
Kysa Washington of the National College Resources Foundation is the Los Angeles' Rams first pLAymaker honoree of 2023 for her work helping undeserved and underrepresented students.
PHOTOS: Rams host premiere of 'Kingfish: The Story of Kenny Washington' to celebrate Black History Month
In honor of Kenny Washington and to celebrate Black History Month, the Los Angeles Rams hosted a premiere of Kingfish: The Story of Kenny Washington at Inglewood's Miracle Theater. Take a look at photos from the event as guests enjoyed a private screening and a panel discussion about the film.
Johnathan Franklin talks barrier-breaking impact of Kenny Washington reintegrating NFL in 1946
Los Angeles Rams Community Affairs Engagement Executive and former UCLA Bruins running back Johnathan Franklin talks about the barrier-breaking impact of former Rams running back Kenny Washington reintegrating the NFL in 1946. The Rams worked with Black-owned agency The Blk Originals to produce Kingfish: The Kenny Washington Story to tell the story of Kenny's historic impact.
"Kenny Ran So I Could HAVE A SEAT AT THE TABLE" | Rams Black History Month Staff Showcase with Bianca Graves
In the third of a series for Black History Month, theRams.com spotlights Rams Partnership Marketing Manager Bianca Graves.
PHOTOS: Behind the scenes photos from the making of Kingfish - The Story of Kenny Washington
Take a look through photos from the making of Kingfish: The Story of Kenny Washington, an original film produced & directed by Black-owned agency BLK Originals. Watch the film now on therams.com/kingfish.