Inclusion Revolution Radio podcast host, Novie Craven, and co-host, Josh Basile, from accessiBe have teamed up to release a podcast mini-series highlighting the Special Olympics World Games Berlin 2023.
In this week’s episode, Josh and Novie spoke with SportsCenter anchor and World Games host, Kevin Negandhi. Having hosted Special Olympics World Games since 2015, Kevin has gained a lot of insight into the world of inclusion. Working at ESPN and with Special Olympics has encouraged him to help break down inclusion barriers in broadcasting.
Be sure to tune into this week’s episode of Inclusion Revolution Radio to hear more about where Kevin’s passion for broadcasting began, how ESPN is making sports and broadcasting more inclusive, and some of his favorite moments while hosting World Games 2023.
Kevin Negandhi | accessiBe & Special Olympics
In our seventh episode, we were fortunate enough to speak to Kevin Negandhi, SportsCenter anchor, College Football Studio host, and a huge Special Olympics supporter. Kevin Negandhi has been a longstanding advocate for Special Olympics and has hosted the Special Olympics World Games since 2015. A trailblazer in the sports media world, Kevin has broken down barriers and set the standard of excellence for reporters and journalists everywhere.
In our seventh episode, we were fortunate enough to speak to Shanaia Xuereb, Special Olympics Malta Athlete, Health Messenger, and member of the Athlete Leadership Committee. This year Shanaia got to represent Malta at the Global Athlete Leadership Conference, helping to lead the way for a more inclusive world. Additionally, as a health messenger, Shanaia helped to advocate for athletes and serve as a health and wellness role model for the Special Olympics community.
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