Stephanie McMahon, WWE Chief Brand Officer and TV personality will highlight the global entertainment company’s commitment to community partnerships at this year’s Beyond Sport United – a day dedicated to promoting diversity & inclusion within sport, taking place Tuesday, August 9 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
McMahon will share key insights into WWE’s numerous community outreach programs that are aimed at promoting diversity and inclusion, including Be a STAR, WWE’s anti-bullying campaign, as well as initiatives to support Special Olympics and GLAAD. WWE recently launched a multi-year, national partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America to support bullying prevention efforts, as well as an international partnership with Special Olympics and its Play Unified campaign, which fosters friendships and community among people with and without intellectual disabilities by uniting them through the power and joy of sports.
“I am extremely proud to represent WWE at Beyond Sport United 2016,” said WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon. “Beyond Sport is regarded as a leader in promoting social change through sport and shares similar principles to WWE as we use our global platforms to spread the message of acceptance and inclusion to people around the world.”
Beyond Sport United is a one-day event, that will bring together key players from across the world of sport, business and social change to focus on how sports can be used as a platform to promote diversity and inclusion. The days’ agenda will address key social issues that affect communities across America including racism, violence, homophobia, nutrition and gender equality; promoting best practice, new thinking and opportunities for collaboration to help tackle these issues. Guests will share insight through interactive panels, case studies and practical sessions.
To register please visit http://www.beyondsport.org/event/beyond-sport-united-2016/ or contact sales +1 (646) 854-5535 |