Mary Davis

Special Olympics France Stand Stronger Together During Pandemic
Highlights of the #PlusFortsEnsemble campaign
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Group of five athletes lined up against a railing.
Planning for the Special Olympics World Winter Games 2022 is officially underway as Kazan, Russia was announced as official host city of the Games. Despite social distancing restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, enthusiasm about the announcement was shared virtually.
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Two girls sitting side by side taking a selfie.
Global Accessibility Awareness Day recognizes the need to make digital tools and information available to people of all abilities. Digital accessibility is more important than ever to keep people informed, connected and active during these uncertain times due to the effects of the COVID-19 virus.
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Mother and daughter walking arm in arm at a ceremony durring the 2019 World Games in Abu Dhabi.
In part one of a two part article, Special Olympics CEO Mary Davis reflects on the growth of inclusion movement.
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Loretta stands at a podium and smiles at the crowd.
“I developed an anger inside of myself. But my saving grace was this thing that I wanted to be an athlete. And there was this thing called “Special Olympics.” With these words, Loretta Claiborne summarized what had made all the difference in her life.
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Leader to Leader
Special Olympics athlete leader Bobby Jones, who works at Special Olympics headquarters, asks CEO Mary Davis a few questions about the importance of inclusion in the workplace.
Daina Shilts and ESPN’s Kevin Neghandhi on set at ESPN.
In a Fortune Magazine Op-Ed titled, ‘Diversity and Inclusion Is Meaningless If People With Intellectual Disabilities Are Left Out,’ Special Olympics CEO Mary Davis shared the concept of Unified Leadership.
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