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Sara Dietschy Takes the Tech World by Storm

Sara Dietschy Takes the Tech World by Storm

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According to a story her mother often tells, one day during her first season, as Dietschy stepped up to bat, two boys called out loudly from the dugout, “Ewww, I didn't know a girl could play.” Unfazed by the heckling, she notes, “I proceeded by hitting a fly ball, and then I shot them a look and moved on with the rest of my life.”

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A future career path wasn’t even a blip on the radar when Sara Dietschy first displayed the determination and moxie that would catapult her to Internet stardom in the traditionally male-driven arena of tech. As a 4-year-old in Grapevine, Texas, she just wanted to play sports with the boys.
Dietschy credits her parents, particularly her mother, with the total support that has allowed her to always follow her dreams. “From that early on I was like, ‘You know what mom, the ladies aren't taking this as seriously as I would like to, I think we're going to have to try boy’s baseball,’” she says with a laugh. “I was just super passionate about sports, and at that time, the more competitive, the better. And that seemed to be where the boys were at.”


As a major tomboy, Dietschy played boys’ baseball throughout elementary school. “Sports was my jam,” she says.
According to a story her mother often tells, one day during her first season, as Dietschy stepped up to bat, two boys called out loudly from the dugout, “Ewww, I didn't know a girl could play.” Unfazed by the heckling, she notes, “I proceeded by hitting a fly ball, and then I shot them a look and moved on with the rest of my life.”
This anecdote is emblematic of the tenacious approach to life and work Dietschy has modeled ever since. She says, “I’ve had some really amazing supportive people throughout my journey that has made things much easier, because I’ve surrounded myself with good people. So, if I have those naysayers—whether in social media or YouTube comments, where there are just blatantly awful people—there are enough people around to support me. So, I'm able to not pay attention to the negative influences,” she asserts. “Sometimes it's hard but having the right people around you really helps.”

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