My Journey with Disability Pride

By Dawna Callahan As we approach Disability Pride Month in July, I am gearing up to celebrate a significant milestone in my own life as well. Next month, I will celebrate 50 years of being a member of the disabled community. And yes, I AM …

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Outlook from the Beijing Games: Celebrating and Building Momentum

After the Tokyo Paralympic Games last year, I reflected on a few things from the Games that stood out and stuck with me (Blog Post – The Tokyo Olympic Games are Over: Now What?). It’s interesting how some of the observations from Tokyo overlap with …

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Shifting the Leadership Paradigm – The NFL Demonstrates Why Representation Matters

By: Dawna Callahan All In Sport Consulting Over the last couple of weeks, I’m sure many of you heard or read about Brian Flores, the former Miami Dolphins head coach suing the NFL for discrimination. One related storyline that I think is particularly interesting and …

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The Tokyo Games Are Over…Now What?

The Tokyo Paralympic Games have come and gone. As we reflect on the Games and its successes and major takeaways, we can’t help but wonder…what is next? Leading up to and throughout the Games, I made a few observations that really stood out, including: TV …

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Disability Pride Then and Now

by Dawna Callahan, Founder & CEO All In Sport Consulting President George H.W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act on July 26, 1990, making official a historical landmark law prohibiting discrimination against people with disabilities. That same year, Boston celebrated the first-ever Disability Pride …

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Progress, Perseverance and a Sense of Urgency

by Dawna Callahan, Founder & CEO All In Sport Consulting It’s so exciting to see progress and positive strides across the movement within the past year – more TV coverage of the Paralympic Games, Toyota’s recent investment of $5M to Paralympians and Paralympic hopefuls, more …

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