Welter, a player turned coach, possesses an extensive amount of experience in football.
She played linebacker for more than 14 seasons, mostly in the Womenâ€™s Football Alliance where she won four championship titles.
She later translated her playing abilities to the menâ€™s league.
Last year she became the first female ever to play a non-kicking position in menâ€™s professional football when she laced up for running back and special teams for the Indoor Football League Texas Revolution.
Being a coach is nothing new to her as she has a history coaching menâ€™s professional football.
After playing for the Revolution, she began coaching the teamâ€™s linebackers and special teams.
She is also an owner of two gold medals after playing for Team USA in the International Federation of American Football Womenâ€™s World Championship in 2010 and 2013.
Aside from the gridiron, Welter has also applied herself in education.
She holds a masterâ€™s degree in sport psychology and a Ph.D in psychology.