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Elizabeth Röhm Discusses World Games Berlin 2023 on Q104.3 FM

Photo of Elizabeth Rhöm sitting in a chair and holding Special Olympics soccer ball, with Jim Kerr and Shelli Sonstein in the background at Q104.3 FM’s radio station recording room.

Actress, director, and Special Olympics supporter, Elizabeth Röhm, joined Jim Kerr and Shelli Sonstein on Q104.3 FM’s Classic Rock station to talk inclusion and upcoming Special Olympics World Games Berlin 2023:

“We’re going to be in Germany, in Berlin, in June to launch the World Games. It’s going to be 7,000 athletes, pulling together from 190 countries, and just spreading that message of inclusion […] We call it the Inclusion Revolution, and that’s what we’re going to be doing in Germany in June.

Bringing people with intellectual disabilities into the workspace actually strengthens everybody.”

Hear more of Elizabeth’s discussion on Unified Sports, World Games Berlin 2023, and her overall experience with Special Olympics, here.

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