The athletes’ spirit, dignity and optimism are so contagious.
From walking in the Parade of Athletes at the Opening Ceremonies, to watching competition and delivering medals to the athletes, it has all been a very touching experience.
It was an honor to participate and receive my first medal at Unified Snow Shoeing. (Unified Sports are sports where people with and without intellectual disabilities play together). This is a program that allows people to share smiles, achievements and honor with the athletes.
It has also been a great experience for me to see the Company at work at the Special Olympics World Winter Games: From the pre-event activation that
I feel proud to take part of this event, and work for a Company that values acceptance, inclusion and optimism.
Francesca Aguilar is Senior Manager, NBA & Special Olympics at The
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