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Dave Stevens is an athlete, seven-time Emmy Award-winning sports broadcasting professional, and the only person to ever play college football and minor league baseball without legs.
A congenital amputee, Stevens has always had a passion for sports. In high school he was an athlete in three sports he played football, baseball and wrestling. He then had tryouts with the Dallas He Cowboys, Cincinnati Reds, and Minnesota He Twins. Stevens is a former major league player with Barry He played outfield with Bonds and Odyby McDowell.
Stevens got her start in media as ESPN’s Assignment Desk Manager and later as a reporting and content editor. He spent his 20 years with ESPN, covering 11 Super Bowls, 3 World Series, 3 NCAA Final Fours, and various other historic sporting events.
Today, he is a reporter for the Disability Channel, interviewing some of the biggest names in sports and entertainment history. He co-hosts celebrity amputees golf tournaments and is a professional at the School of Communications at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut. ability media, A program that addresses the lack of representation of people with diverse abilities in all forms of media.
“More than 20.3 million families in the United States have members with disabilities,” Stevens said. There is no single large media platform in the community, community leader, or geographic centralization. has appeared in commercials, and the theme of disability has been incorporated into television and film.
This 168th In an episode of “E&P Report,” we interview Dave Stevens, the Emmy-winning broadcaster who was born without legs. Dave Stevens helps other people with disabilities find careers in all forms of media. Stevens speaks with his Mike Blinder at E&P Publishers about his passion for sports, media, and motivating others to look beyond their personal challenges and those of others.
Learn more about Dave Stevens at https://www.davestevensspeaks.com.